The incidence of COVID in those over 60 years of age falls to 694 cases while hospitalizations have fallen since Friday

The incidence of COVID continues to decrease for those over 60 years of age in Spain and this Tuesday Health records a drop of more than 163 points, to 694.73 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. There is also a drop in the number of patients admitted to hospitals with COVID-19, which goes from 10,489 registered on Friday to 9,826 today.

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Health points out that the saturation of the ICU is at 5.97% with 516 people in intensive care, three more than in the previous report. COVID hospital data continues to decline, and Health reports a hospitalization rate for the infection of 20.74, the lowest since July 1.

In total, since the pandemic began, 13,203,228 people have been infected. This figure is lower than that of the last update from the Ministry because Navarra corrected its data on Friday and excluded diagnoses by self-test of antigens. Regarding the deceased, Health reports 207 deaths since Friday, a decrease in deaths compared to the previous update.

On the other hand, the accumulated incidence in people over 80 years of age stands at 1,028.64 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

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