Spain comes out of the extreme risk of COVID-19 with an incidence of 235 cases | World | America Edition

Spain came out of extreme risk in the coronavirus pandemic, by lowering the cumulative incidence to 235.84 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, while 443 new deaths were reported, the Ministry of Health reported Tuesday.

Pressure also fell slightly in intensive care units (ICU), whose occupation is 31.54% with 3,365 patients, as well as people hospitalized for coronavirus, which are 14,169, which means that 11.27% of hospital beds are occupied with covid patients.

The cumulative incidence thus falls below the extreme risk threshold, established at 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.

However, the Community of Madrid (362), the Basque Country (287), Aragón (271), Andalusia (261) and Castilla y León (252), as well as the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, located in North Africa and in terms of ICU occupancy, Madrid is also in the lead, with 45.35% of the beds occupied.

In total, the Ministry of Health notified 7,461 new cases of coronavirus today, of them 3,184 in the last 24 hours, with which since the pandemic began, 3,161,432 cases have been registered in Spain.

Regarding deaths, with the 443 notified today, they add up to a total of 68,079 deaths.

Regarding vaccines, 3,622,165 doses have been distributed, of which 3,165,191 have been administered (74,840 were in the last 24 hours), and there are already 1.2 million people with the complete regimen (the two doses managed).

80% of those over 65 who live in residences – the main victims in the worst of the pandemic – have already been vaccinated, according to the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, who trusted that by the end of June they could be immunized 20 million Spaniards.

With these data from the pandemic, tomorrow the Spanish Government and the different regions will analyze the situation and the measures that need to be maintained to stop the spread of the virus.