Health has notified this Monday 15,978 coronavirus infections since Friday. This is a new decrease compared to last weekend, when 20,894 cases were registered. The incidence continues to drop and marks 175.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, the lowest figure since the summer.
In the section of deaths, the health authorities have added 467 people to the total balance since Friday, which is already the third Monday down. Since the health crisis began, 69,609 people have died in Spain, 665 of them in the last seven days, and 3,204,531 have been infected.
By autonomous communities, Catalonia is the one that incorporates the most new cases to the Health balance, with 4,372 more infections; Madrid adds 3,051; Andalusia has 2,687; and the Valencian Community has reported 1,237. In terms of incidence, only the Community of Madrid and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla exceed 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants from which experts speak of extreme risk. Those in the best situation are Extremadura, La Rioja, the Balearic Islands, Murcia, below 100, and Cantabria, the Valencian Community, Galicia and Navarra, below 150, and in both cases in a medium risk situation.
Hospital occupancy by COVID patients stands at 9.36% this day, with 11,754 people hospitalized. In the case of ICUs, there are 2,923, 28.09% of the total. Since the start of the pandemic, 317,312 people have required admission, 1,762 of them in the last week, and 27,673 have been referred to intensive care units, of them 155 in the last seven days.
On the other side of the scale, the autonomous communities have already administered 3,829,465 doses of vaccines, which represent 84.9% of those received. In total, in Spain there are already 1,261,848 people with the two doses necessary for complete immunization. They are found, above all, in Andalusia, Madrid and Catalonia, the regions with the most people with the complete regimen, as they are also the ones that are receiving the most doses because they have more population than the rest.
Most of the vaccines supplied are those purchased from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, which has already delivered 3,508,245 doses, of which 3,331,439 have been injected. AstraZeneca has delivered 808,600, of which 350,472 have been administered, but no one has yet received the two punctures of this serum. In the case of Moderna, which has delivered 192,000 doses, 147,554 have been supplied and 25,348 people have the full schedule.
The good news this weekend has been that The US has approved the Janssen vaccine, which Europe plans to authorize this month and begin injecting in April. With it, the health authorities hope to make a leap in the vaccination campaign, because it is the first that requires a single dose for immunization.
For its part, the European Commission has announced that it will present this month a legislative proposal on the Digital Green Pass, a vaccination certificate, or failing that with test results or information on the recovery of coronavirus, which would allow boost mobility between countries for the summer.