The Ministry of Health has notified 47,095 new infections this Monday since Friday. This is a decrease compared to the previous weekend, when 79,686 cases were reported, which represented the first decrease on a Monday since the beginning of December. The number of deaths registered during the weekend stands at 909 this day, with the number of deaths on a weekend being the highest since the first wave.
In total, since the start of the health crisis, 62,295 people have died in Spain, 1,580 of them in the last week, and 2,989,085 have been infected. The incidence registered this Monday stands at 667.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, the lowest figure since January 15.
In the last week, 5,286 people have required hospitalization with coronavirus and 27,739 patients remain hospitalized, representing 21.56% of occupied beds. In the case of ICUs, occupancy continues to be above 43%. There are 4,732 people in one of these units and 439 have been admitted to them in the last seven days.
By autonomous communities, the ones that have reported the most new infections during the weekend are Andalusia, which has reported 11,530 more cases to Health; Catalonia, with 7,858; the Valencian Community, which has communicated 7,208; Madrid, with 5,605; and Euskadi, which totals 2,167. Regarding incidence, the worst data are registered in the Valencian Community (995), Castilla y León (936) and La Rioja (929).
786,407 people have already received the two doses of the vaccine
To date, the autonomous communities have injected a total of 2,105,033 doses of the vaccines. They are 94.9% of the 2,218,755 doses delivered. In total, 786,407 people have already received the complete guideline. That is, they are fully immunized against the coronavirus.
The Basque Country continues to be the community that has injected the lowest percentage of doses received: 77.1%. Catalonia has put 88.1% and the rest of the communities, more than 90%: In Andalusia (143,552), Catalonia (120,742) and Madrid (86,645) is where more people have already received the complete guideline.
While the vaccination campaign continues in Spain, the South African Government has decided to suspend the application of the Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine, after knowing a study that shows very limited efficacy against the coronovarius variant that has been discovered in that country and that has generated some alarm in everything. Spain has suspended flights with South Africa, except for Spaniards and residents.
For its part, the pharmaceutical Pfizer estimates to enter in 2021 close to 12,000 million euros on account of your COVID-19 vaccine, of which a margin of at least 20% will remain. His forecasts are based on his ability to manufacture and distribute a large number of doses of his serum and, also, on a future with a strong epidemiological burden.