Health has released the balance of those affected by coronavirus this Friday, which reports 400 deaths reported since Thursday, the latest official report. As for infections, the number of cases in 24 hours is 18,187. The global increases by 42,885 for a total of 2,499,560 infections since the start of the pandemic.
Regarding vaccines, Health has reported that, to date, 68,456 people have already received the complete vaccination schedule. In addition, 1,165,825 doses have been administered between Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. The total of distributed doses is 1,346,100. Of these, 86.6% have been administered. The Canary Islands is the CCAA that has administered the most doses, in percentage terms, with 99.1%. Euskadi, with 72.3% of the doses administered, follows the tail in the percentage ranking.
In the last 7 days, according to the report, there have been 1,411 deaths from COVID-19. Most of the deaths in this period (382) correspond to the Valencian Community. Regarding ICU admissions with admission date in the last 7 days, 538 patients are in the Intensive Care Unit, which is six more than on Thursday (532).
The cumulative incidence at 14 days exceeds 828
Regarding the accumulated incidence at 14 days, the whole of Spain presents an average of 828.57 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, 32.92 cases more than on Wednesday. The CCAA with the highest cumulative incidence are Extremadura (1,448.52), Murcia (1,332.96) and the Valencian Community (1,245.48). Six Autonomous Communities – the previous three, plus Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha and La Rioja – exceed 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in accumulated incidence at 14 days. The overall positivity rate is 17.38%.
Madrid, the one with the most cases
In the contagion data for the last day, the Community of Madrid is the CCAA with the most confirmed cases reported the previous day (4,622), followed by Castilla y León (2,720) and Catalonia (2,344). In the global calculation, in the Community of Madrid 477,031 positives have already been registered. Melilla and Ceuta are the areas in which there are fewer registered cases, 5,407 and 3,617, respectively.
La Rioja reaches 60% occupancy of the ICU by COVID-19 patients
The global occupancy of the ICUs accounted for by Health by COVID-19 patients is 37.61%. Regarding the situation of assistance capacity and COVID-19 activity in each autonomous community, Catalonia has 5,016 COVID-19 patients admitted, occupying 19.78% of the beds. Of these, 753 are in intensive care (49.51% of occupied beds). It is followed by the Valencian Community, which has 4,811 admitted patients, which represents an occupation of 19.78% of the beds and 753 patients in the ICU, 49.45% of occupation. The Balearic Islands, Castilla-La Mancha, Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Madrid, Melilla and La Rioja have an ICU occupancy equal to or greater than 40%, with La Rioja at the maximum: 65%.