The management of the pandemic has been a constant balance between preserving the health of citizens and maintaining the best possible economic activity to avoid ruin. A complicated balance that has left thousands of lives and jobs behind it. All the provinces have lost, but some more than others.
In Spain, as a whole, 133 people per 100,000 inhabitants have died from the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic until February 9, according to data from the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII). In total so far, more than 63,000 deceased, according to official figures. Gross domestic product (GDP) fell last year by Spain 11%