Evolution of infections in January

As you probably already know, the Christmas campaign has ended and with it a new escalation of infections has arrived, Wednesday of this week was the day of kings, and with that the festivities end. Despite the measures taken by the government, the number of infections has increased as expected, as most people have reunited with family and friends.

All this comes from the hand of the new vaccine, which has given many people security for the future since they hope that all this will end it, but unfortunately, the units that are arriving in Spain are very limited and are being distributed little by little bit. The first groups of people to receive these vaccines are going to be sanitary and older, but currently not enough are available for everyone.

Evolution of infections in January

We have been able to appreciate in the latest data how all these events have increased the number of infections, in what is now considered "The third wave”Of coronavirus. The figures speak for themselves as the number of infected has doubled.

In November it was estimated that the number of infected was 150 per 100.000 inhabitants, but at this time they already reach 300. On January 4, 30.579 were infected, a clear increase in cases so far. Unfortunately, the alert and emergency centers affirm that it is still too early to know the real impact and the number of infected, so we will have to wait for the real impact that these festivities have had.

Experts say the real impact is expected to be known within two weeks or even three. We can only be patient and hope that the figures do not rise as much as expected. Autonomous Communities such as Catalonia, Extremadura, Castilla y León and the Valencian Community, have already taken extraordinary measures in this regard, restricting mobility and even closing shops.

 

 

 
CCAA Total Cases reported in the day Cases in 14 days Trend Per 100K inhab. (last 14 days) 
Total 1.982.544 23.700 139.333
296
Estremadura 40.052 747 6.818 ▲▲
642
Balearics 37.934 500 6.101
509
Madrid 408.040 4.422 27.163
406
C. La Mancha 104.102 1.083 7.779 ▲▲
382
Catalonia 367.906 7.035 28.648 ▲▲
377
C. Valencia 155.822 3.919 18.204
364
The Rioja 18.855 76 1.097 ▲▲
349
Melilla 4.640 41 237
281
Murcia 62.280 750 4.098 ▲▲
274
Aragon 81.298 322 3.552
268
Navarre 43.061 157 1.481
227
C. Leon 135.366 1.201 5.351 ▲▲
223
Ceuta 3.163 29 186 ▲▲
220
the Basque Country 112.753 531 4.624
212
Galicia 63.292 449 5.654
210
Cantabria 18.477 146 1.208
208
Andalusia 269.693 1.929 13.019
154
Asturias 27.689 130 1.298
127
Canary Islands 28.121 233 2.815
127

Evolution of infections in January

The most affected

As expected, the increase in those infected has brought with it an increase in occupied hospital beds, especially in ICU beds. Today 13.800 people are admitted to a hospital for coronavirus, that is, 11% of the beds occupied in Spain, are due to a covid infection, which greatly increases the risk of contagion in patients at risk and health.

Let's bear in mind that this only represents the national average, 7 autonomous communities register more than 25% of the beds occupied by patients with coronavirus, according to data from the Ministry of Health. These autonomous communities would be: Balearic Islands, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León, Catalonia, Valencian Community, Madrid and La Rioja.

 

 
Hospitalized UCI Last 24h
CCAA Entered Occupied beds  Entered Occupied beds Income High
Total 13.841
11,4%
2.220
23,1%
1.793 1.377
C. Valencia 2.385
20,7%
367
34,4%
387 278
C. La Mancha 725
14,9%
106
26,8%
86 68
Catalonia 3.515
14,4%
483
36,8%
347 347
Madrid 2.304
14,0%
364
30,1%
322 199
Balearics 438
13,3%
102
34,6%
53 40
Estremadura 342
10,8%
32
14,9%
36 15
Aragon 441
10,6%
46
19,9%
49 32
the Basque Country 464
10,1%
72
17,1%
52 62
The Rioja 75
9,3%
17
28,3%
7 15
C. Leon 583
8,8%
140
26,4%
69 60
Melilla 15
8,4%
2
14,3%
3 2
Murcia 281
7,1%
73
15,7%
77 33
Asturias 243
7,0%
62
19,3%
10 15
Andalusia 1.143
6,7%
204
12,6%
190 137
Cantabria 107
6,7%
26
21,3%
19 14
Navarre 99
5,3%
19
15,2%
11 8
Canary Islands 285
5,3%
52
11,7%
16 16
Galicia 393
4,8%
53
7,3%
58 36
Ceuta 3
1,5%
0
0,0%
1 0

As we mentioned before, these data are only a partial reflection of the reality that we will face in two weeks, when all those people who have been in contact with relatives and acquaintances who do not belong to their direct family nucleus begin to show symptoms.

 

From Mascarillas Bejar we ask our clients and readers to exercise caution and comply with the relevant security measures, if during these holidays you have been in contact with people who do not belong to your family nucleus, we recommend increasing precautions and restricting activity to what is merely necessary . Remember that you can find our range of masks in our online store, and soon we will have rapid coronavirus tests for our customers. Do not hesitate to protect yourself and your loved ones, this virus we stop it together.

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