There is no truce. The coronavirus is totally out of control throughout the country. And their numbers are breaking records day after day. The Ministry of Health has reported on Wednesday the highest daily rate of infections since the health crisis began last March, by including in its records 38,869 new cases due to Covid-19. A figure that underpins this upward trend that is already worrying both the central government and the autonomous communities, which have already begun to take measures to try to control the third wave of the pandemic. But while they begin to take effect, the virus continues to spread uniformly throughout the country and with much more accelerated transmission than months ago. How demonstrates the cumulative incidence (AI) at 14 days, which is already in 492 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
According to the daily report of the department of Salvador Illa, 195 more people have died in the last 24 hours. Which shows a decrease in the death toll from the coronavirus, since the numbers were much higher the previous day. But it also does not serve to give a break, since the lists of deceased have only grown and have been around 200 daily for weeks. Where the worsening does continue is in hospitals, since Health reports 1,572 more admitted to hospital centers in the last 24 hours. The ICUs also remain on alert, given that there are 135 more people who have passed to these units due to their serious situation.
Murcia, among the three worst Autonomous Communities
The autonomous communities also cannot get out of the well in which the Covid-19 has put them. Extremadura is once again the one with the worst numbers, already reaching 1131 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Right after this CCAA is the one that has evolved the worst in the last 24 hours. Is about Murcia, which has risen to 713 positives in the last 14 days based on that population number. Both are followed by Madrid, which has reached 627 cumulative incidence (AI), thus tripling what it registered a month ago. And then there is Castilla-La Mancha, which with a rate of 635 positives has surpassed the Balearic Islands, which was the one with the worst figures for a couple of weeks. Although the archipelago does not improve either, since it accounts for 612 infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
The The only ones that currently avoid the maximum risk of the 250 positives are Asturias and the Canary Islands, with 220 and 155 cases respectively. It so happens that these two Autonomous Communities are two of the fastest moving forward in the vaccination campaign, having administered 100% and 77% of the doses available to them. The rest of the autonomies are not so lucky, since the numbers of all are worse than those of Marss. Although the worst part has been taken by the aforementioned Murcia, whose rise so marked can respond to the fact that thousands of positives have been communicated of those who had not reported in previous days.
These bad data confirm the alarm that almost all the autonomous communities have activated, which have continued this Wednesday with that other ‘wave’ of restrictions after the Christmas holidays. Among them is Galicia, which has restricted social gatherings to just four people, has ordered the closure of the hotel business at 6pm and has established a curfew from 10pm. In La Rioja it has been even more drastic, since the Riojan government has decreed the closure from 5:00 p.m. of all non-essential economic activity and it has prohibited visits to residences, in addition to continuing with the limitation to meetings or the curfew. In Navarra, the hotel business will have to close at 9:00 p.m., the capacity has been reduced to 30% and you will not be able to smoke when you are walking down the street. This activity is also prohibited on terraces and on barrel-type tables in bars.
The echoes of home confinement They also continue to come from different points that aspire to be heard in Moncloa. The clearest has been the Andalusian president, Juanma Moreno, what has urged the central government to think about imprisoning citizens for a few weeks as happened in March 2020. A step that he has invited to take after announcing that on Friday they will increase the restrictions on his autonomy, after Andalusia has broken the record of positives for the entire pandemic, with 6,882 new infections. Other CCAA have not yet ruled in those terms. But La Rioja, Extremadura or Castilla y León have already asked their population to bet on ‘self-confinement‘and avoid meeting people outside their coexistence centers.
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