The map of the sprouts of this Thursday leaves 73 active foci distributed by 15 Autonomous Communities, as reported by the Minister of Health himself, Salvador Illa. The regions that are suffering the greatest impact are Catalonia, with 19 regrowths; Andalusia, with 18; Galicia, with the region of La Mariña (Lugo) confined, and the Basque Country, which has registered 58 positives in Ordicia (Guipúzcoa). La Rioja, Asturias and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla there are still no outbreaks. Catalonia has made the use of a mask compulsory throughout the territory and the Basque Government has implemented the mandatory nature of this protection in Ordicia. For its part, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia, Murcia and Cantabria, among other regions, are considering making the same decision.
At 8:00 am this Friday, July 10, the X-ray of regrowths in Spain by Autonomous Communities is as follows:
The outbreak of the Navy in Lugo registers until today 165 cases, after increasing the positives by 21, according to information from the Ministry of Health on Thursday. The most are asymptomatic or mild cases and they are required to quarantine. The President of Galicia, Alberto Nuñez Feijóo, maintains his intention to lift the confinement of the area this Friday due to Sunday’s elections, except in Burela and perhaps some other municipality. The decision will be announced tomorrow.
The total number of active cases of coronavirus in Galicia It has increased by three to 259 this Friday, with six new ones in the Lugo area – where there is an outbreak in La Marina -, three in La Coruña, one in Ourense and another in the Pontevedra area. As for the cured, they have risen in 18, to 10,898 patients.
This is reflected in the data updated this Friday by the Ministry of Health, which indicates that of the total number of positives, seven remain in hospitalization units – the same number as this Thursday – and 251, two more, are under house monitoring.
In addition, the information published daily by the Galician health authorities collects for the first time in a month a patient in an ICU. Specifically, this is the 44-year-old man who traveled by bus from Madrid and who this Thursday entered the Álvaro Cunqueiro Hospital in Vigo with coronavirus. According to confirmed health sources, this person is admitted “without symptoms attributable to COVID” and his hospitalization “responds to another pathology, from which he is progressing favorably.”
The Territorial Services of the Ministry of Health of the Generalitat in Lérida have recorded, at 7:00 am this Friday, 84 people hospitalized by coronavirus in hospital centers in the city of Lleida, the capital of Segriá, two more than at the same time from Thursday.
The Arnau de Villanueva de Lérida University Hospital (HUAV) has 46 people on the floor and six in the ICU; the Santa Maria Hospital, five in the ICU, and three private hospitals total 27 hospitalized, the Territorial Health Services have reported in a statement. On the last day, eight patients were discharged from the HUAV and one from the Santa Maria Hospital, bringing the accumulated discharges since Tuesday to 39.
The PCR test of the last of the 14 firefighters of the same shift of the municipal service of the Badajoz Town Hall who were in quarantine, after testing positive on Covid-19 one of their colleagues, it has also been negative. Therefore, the 14 firefighters who were in quarantine after having contact with a fellow infected with Covid-19, have given negative results in the two PCR tests that have been carried out, according to sources from the Badajoz City Council.
It should be remembered that the firefighter who tested positive He was on paternity leave and visited the companions who were on duty in the park without knowing that he was infected, and that, although “in principle he has not infected anyone”, “it caused the protocol to be started as a preventive measure”.
He use of the mask will be mandatory in Extremadura from 00.00 on this Saturday, July 11, for people over 6 years old, “Regardless of whether the safety distance is maintained, which is 1.5 meters.” This was announced by the second vice president and counselor for Health and Social Services of the Extremadura Regional Government, José María Vergeles, at a press conference in Mérida, in which he pointed out that this Friday he will issue a resolution so that the mask is compulsory throughout the autonomous community, even if there is a safety distance.
In his speech, the Extremaduran Health Minister highlighted the need to “act forcefully and with foresight” in the fight against the coronavirus in Extremadura, where there are currently four outbreaks, three of them in the city of Badajoz and one in Navalmoral de la Mata.
In Guipúzcoa, the outbreak registered in the municipality of Orio is considered controlled, which has affected more than 20 people, and the most worrying case continues to be the one registered in Ordizia, which adds 58 positives this Thursday. 2,300 PCRs have been performed since Monday.
The Basque Government continues to rule out the confinement of Ordizia for the moment, although the use of a mask is mandatory. In addition, the capacity and hours of nightlife establishments are limited.
The Board has registered this Thursday a new focus in the western district of Almería with ten affected, which means that there are already 18 active outbreaks in Andalusia; ten in the control phase and eight in the investigation phase in the provinces of Granada, Málaga, Cádiz, Huelva and Almería, with a total of 289 confirmed cases.
The last update of the data at 09.30 hours records 14 new confirmed cases in the outbreak linked to a wake held in Belicena, which reaches 22 affected, and a new one in an outbreak already under control in the Granada district.
The Government of Aragon maintains in phase 2 the four Aragonese regions affected by outbreaks: La Litera, Cinca Medio and Bajo Cinca in Huesca, and Bajo Aragón-Caspe, in Zaragoza. There are at least 450 confirmed cases, the majority among seasonal workers.
The Minister of Health of the Government of Aragon, Sira Repollés, has stated that the epidemiological situation in the four regions is evolving “very well” and, “probably, before the weekend”, a decision will be made on its return to the new normality .
The Balearic Islands already has 10 active outbreaks. The last to register was on the island of Menorca and affects three Spanish tourists with mild symptoms. Two of the outbreaks in the Balearic archipelago are about to be considered closed and the regional government highlights that these are “very limited outbreaks of four or five people” that usually occur within the family, making it easier for detection and follow up.
CASTILLA Y LEÓN
In Soria, the Board declared this Wednesday an outbreak with three positives, three minors aged 14, 13 and 10, after a meeting of several families. Of the people in the environment, 21 in total, 18 have given a negative and three remain to be located to perform the PCR test.
This case is added to the outbreak registered at the Río Hortega Hospital in Valladolid, which, although it is considered controlled, is not yet closed.
There are four coronavirus outbreaks, all of them with fewer than five cases, in the towns of Cullera, Llíria and Valencia. The Llíria outbreak and one of the two in Valencia have occurred in two families. In Llíria there are three positives in the same family unit, which is isolated, while in Valencia the five members of the same family have tested positive.
Likewise, in the capital there are also four positives in a reception flat, while in a Refugee Refuge Center in Cullera there are three positive cases.
The Ministry of Health has indicated that no new cases have been detected related to outbreaks already known in Castellón de la Plana, Rafelbunyol or Burjassot.
The Region of Murcia maintains three active outbreaks. The most complex is the one related to the flight from Bolivia, which already has 49 positive cases and is not closed with 13 of those cases located in a fruit and vegetable company. There is also another outbreak in Torre Pacheco and another in a county council in Cartagena.
In addition, 40 people arriving in boats are kept in quarantine due to close contact with four others who have tested positive, two on Wednesday and two on Thursday.
CASTILLA LA MANCHA
The Junta de Castilla-La Mancha keeps a building in the city of Albacete confined due to an outbreak in a family and two more cases detected in the neighborhood. On the other hand, it maintains the Covid-19 outbreak in Tarazona de la Mancha (Albacete) that started in the family and of which so far nine cases have been declared.
The Government of Cantabria has terminated the isolation of the housing building in Santander due to a regrowth. However, it does not yet close this focus, which still has 13 positive cases.
The Community of Madrid keeps active the focus that appeared last week in which seven minor cases have been recorded in a company in Madrid, according to the latest data. No more sprouts.
Navarra registers two new outbreaks in Tudela and Pamplona, respectively. The first, due to a recently celebrated wedding that has left 23 cases of coronavirus, the Government of Navarra has announced. In the Pamplona outbreak, an imported case was registered, which in turn has infected four people in the family environment.
These two cases are in addition to two other outbreaks registered in past weeks, also in the capital and in a northern town, Sunbilla, both controlled.
In the Canary Islands, about 37 migrants remain isolated in a ship in Puerto del Rosario, the capital of Fuerteventura, after arriving in different boats on the island and finding that they were positive.