Tuesday, July 27

Spain adds more than 31,000 new infections and the incidence reaches 537 cases

The accumulated incidence in Spain climbs again this day and already stands at 537 cases. In the last 24 hours, Health has registered more than 31,000 cases of coronavirus. In total, the country has registered 4.1 million infections since the pandemic began. The autonomous communities with the most contagions are, in this order: Catalonia with 9,635, Madrid with 4,067, Andalusia with 3,485 and Comunitat Valenciana with 2,534.

With infections soaring, especially among the youngest, some communities have requested this week to re-establish curfews in their territories to be able to control the contagion at the points where the infection continues to advance. This Friday, the Justice has authorized in Catalonia and Cantabria the curfews that they had requested, thus joining the Valencian Community.

The large number of infections has also begun to impact hospitals. The toilets speak: “It’s like reliving last summer.” It is true that thanks to vaccination the proportion is still lower.

And important news: The Vall d’Hebron Hospital in Barcelona has successfully carried out the first lung transplant in Spain to a patient with COVID-19 damage who was admitted to intensive care for 127 days.

Spain exceeds 50 million doses administered against COVID-19

Spain has exceeded 50 million doses administered against the coronavirus this Friday. In total, 61.2% of the population, this is more than 29 million people, already have at least one injection. In addition, 49.3% of Spaniards already have the complete guideline, this is more than 23 million people.

In the last 24 hours, 653,000 vaccines against the coronavirus have been injected.

Almost seven months after the start of the vaccination campaign around the world, Spain enters the select group of countries with the most vaccinations in the world. Specifically, only 20 countries have administered more than 103 doses per 100 inhabitants. Here we tell you a little more.



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