Downshift in the de-escalation. The epidemiological panorama has turned upside down in just two weeks: on June 21, Spain celebrated having reached the lowest incidence since last summer, with 92 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and this Monday it has multiplied to 204. The explosion of infections among young people has ushered in another different phase of the pandemic. Its impact on ICU admissions and deaths is less due to vaccination, but it is not without consequences.
The explosion of infections among young people complicates the summer in Spain