The incidence continues to rise in Spain and this Wednesday stands at 644.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 22 points above the previous day. In addition, the Ministry of Health has reported 30,587 new infections and 18 deaths since Tuesday.
Hospitalizations also continue to rise, reaching 7,255 patients admitted for COVID-19, 399 more than the previous day. The occupation of plant beds by patients with coronavirus is 6.07% and 12.92% in the case of ICUs. In the last 24 hours, 1,399 people have entered with coronavirus.
The incidence figures are of particular concern for age groups. It is among the youngest where it is shot. Among the population between 20 and 29 years old, it reached 1,866.77 cases, followed by the immediately previous one –from 12 to 19–, with 1,560.66 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.
By autonomous communities, the ones that have reported the most new cases to Health are Navarra (3,549), Castilla y León (3,433), Catalonia (3,174) and Asturias (3,079). However, the worst incidence records continue to be recorded in Catalonia (1,239.85), Navarra (925.59) and Castilla y León (915.77).
Since the pandemic began, 4,219,723 people have been infected in Spain and 81,166 have died, 67 of them in the last week.
More than 24.7 million people have the complete guideline
The autonomous communities have administered in the last 24 hours 583,022 doses of vaccines against the coronavirus, with which 3.1% of the population has received at least one puncture and 52.1%, more than 24.7 million people , already have the complete guideline that guarantees the maximum level of immunization against the virus.
Almost seven months after the start of the vaccination campaign, at the end of December, 83.2% of the population over 40 years of age has the complete vaccination schedule and 91.5%, at least one dose. That percentage is lower among the younger groups, which according to the strategy of the Ministry of Health have begun to receive the puncture later. 23.7% of those between 30 and 39 years old already have the complete regimen and 56.6%, with at least one dose; from 20 to 29, 13.5% had the complete regimen and at least one dose, 29.7%. From 12 to 19 years only 1.4% have the complete pattern and at least one puncture, 5.5%.
By autonomous communities, the ones with the highest percentage of doses of those received are Asturias (98.1%), Extremadura (98%), Galicia (96.5%) and Andalusia (96.3%). All already exceed 90%, with the Canary Islands (90.2%), La Rioja (90%), the Balearic Islands (91.5%) and the Basque Country (91.6%) at the bottom.
Regarding the percentage of immunized vaccination, Asturias is at the fore, where 70.3% of the population has at least one dose and 63.7% with the complete regimen; followed by Galicia, which has 60.5% of its population immunized and 67.2% with at least one dose; and Castilla y León, with 58.4% with a complete regimen and 66.9% with at least one dose.