COVID-19 : Coronavirus in Spain and in the world: data, measures and restrictions

The accumulated incidence in Spain continues to decline and yesterday closed at 252.19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants at 14 days, very close to the 250 that mark the exit from the high-risk phase but still far from the 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants set as a target . Health records 3,153,971 infections since the start of the pandemic and 67,636 deaths from COVID-19. The ICU occupancy due to covid cases is 33.02%. Across the planet, according to Johns Hopkins, infections total 111,725,784 and deaths 2,474,350.

9:00 | Germany continues in more than 3,800 daily infections

Germany registered 3,883 new infections with coronavirus in the last 24 hours and 415 deaths, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) of virology updated last midnight. In Germany as a whole, the cumulative incidence in seven days stands at 60.5 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 61.0 on Monday. The number of positives since the first contagion in the country was announced on January 27 of last year totals 2,394,811 -of which about 2,207,700 are recovered patients- and that of fatalities with or from COVID-19 amounts to 68,318. Active cases currently number about 118,700.

8:00 | USA exceeds 500,000 deaths from COVID-19

The United States surpassed 500,000 deaths from COVID-19 on Monday, while adding more than 28 million cases. The more than 500,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States double those of the second country worst hit by the pandemic in the world, Brazil, which accumulates some 247,000, and practically triples the 180,000 in Mexico, both with erratic strategies against the virus .

At the beginning of the pandemic, the White House calculated that in the best of cases in the United States between 100,000 and 240,000 people would die due to the pandemic, figures disqualified from the beginning by the then president, Donald Trump, who estimated a maximum of 50,000 deceased.

Joe Biden, president of the United States, has promised that the United States will have received 600 million doses in July, enough to vaccinate its entire adult population. “We ask (Americans) to join us in remembering, in healing, in finding purpose in the task ahead, in showing that there is light in the dark.”

7:30 | Mexico, third country in the world with the most deaths from COVID-19

Mexico reported on Monday 429 new deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours to accumulate a total of 180,536 deaths, reported the Ministry of Health. It is the third country in the world with the most deaths from coronavirus, according to figures from Johns Hopkins. In addition, 2,252 new cases were reported for a total of 2,043,632 confirmed infections. So far 1,733,404 vaccines have been given against COVID-19, but only 456,217 people have received the two necessary doses of the Pfizer vaccine to achieve immunity.

7:00 | France adds 333 more deaths from COVID-19 in 24 hours

France registered 333 deaths in hospitals from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, a period in which there has also been an increase in hospitalizations and patients in intensive care. Figures released Monday by French health authorities show a total of 3.609 million infections (a slight daily increase of 4,646 cases due to the effect of the weekend) and 84,639 deaths.