Spain returns to the medium risk level for coronavirus after almost a month within the low risk threshold that marks an incidence of 50 cases or less. According to the data sent by the different communities and collected by the Ministry of Health, the transmission of the virus has risen 2.3 points in the last day, reaching a rate of 51.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.
The good news is that hospitals remain free of covid patients after a drop in admissions to ICUs, so that the pressure in these units goes from 4.5 to 4.3%, with 400 patients.
According to data from the Ministry of Health, since yesterday there have been 3,291 new cases and 15 deaths., after an increase in transmission in 14 communities and Melilla.
They are at medium risk and with an incidence greater than 50 cases: Aragon, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Castilla y Leon, Catalonia, the Valencian Community and the Community of Madrid, as well as Navarra and the Basque Country, regions that have the highest incidence, for over 80 points.
On October 7, Spain entered low risk (between 50 and 25 cases), a situation that had not been reached since July 28, 2020, when the curve of the first wave of the pandemic descended.
Thus, the transmission has remained below the threshold of 50 cases for almost a month , in which there have been fluctuations in the statistics of this indicator of the pandemic.

More than 1.3 million Spaniards already have the third dose

88.7 percent of the population (37,360,864 people) have already received the complete vaccination schedule against Covid-19 and 90.4 percent a dose (38,071,080 people), according to the report published this Thursday by the Ministry of Health, which indicates that 72,410,731 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 from Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen have been administered in Spain , 94.5 percent of those distributed among the autonomous communities, amounting to 76,654,409.
As for the additional doses, according to data from the Ministry of Health, a total of 1,359,261 have already been administered.: 1,188,017 from Pfizer and 171,244 from Moderna. At the moment, this extra dose is only indicated for people with high-risk conditions, people who live in residences and those over 70 years of age.
Data from the department headed by Carolina Darias indicate that in this period 58,123,065 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have been received in Spain, of which 54,610,659 have been delivered, 51,458,454 doses have been administered, 26,179,935 have received one and 25,849,251 both.
Likewise, Spain has received 14,967,700 doses of the Moderna vaccine, 10,766,640 have already been distributed to the autonomous communities, and 9,192,002 doses have been administered, although 4,811,620 have received one dose and 4,683,780 others. two doses.
Regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine, the report published today by the Ministry of Health indicates that of the 17,427,500 doses purchased, 9,117,570 have arrived in Spain, of which 9,785,428 have been administered, although 5,104,678 people have already been inoculated with one dose and 4,852,986 with both.
Finally, 2,159,540 doses of the Janssen vaccine developed against the coronavirus have been delivered to the Autonomous Communities, of which 1,974,847 have already been administered, counting this vaccine with a single dose.

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