Coronavirus Spain today, last minute |  Sitges lives a few hours of normality thanks to a clinical trial

The Biotics Committee gives its opinion, non-binding, to Health on the second dose to those under 60 and the “informed consent”

This week’s appearance of a Dublin street where stores have just reopened after months out of business.

Health has notified this Thursday 33 deaths by coronavirus in the last 24 hours, the lowest figure since last summer, as well as a new decrease of 4.7 points in the cumulative incidence in 14 days, which stands at 139.8, and also two tenths of each in the occupation in the ucis, up 17.2%. Spain has exceeded 16 million vaccinated with at least one dose against Covid-19, 33.8% of the population, after 529,130 ​​serums have been punctured in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Coronavirus data in Spain

* Source: Ministry of Health

Total figures: 3,631,661 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test of active infection; There have been 79,601 deaths with a positive test as of May 20.

  • 572,825 in Andalusian (9,853 dead)
  • 122,692 in Aragn (3,496 dead)
  • 51,820 in Asturias (1,962 dead)
  • 60,098 in Baleares (837 dead)
  • 55,294 in Canary Islands (766 dead)
  • 29,877 in Cantabria (561 dead)
  • 190,021 in Castilla la Mancha (5,894 dead)
  • 228,162 in Castilla and Len (6,831 dead)
  • 605,100 in Catalonia (14,497 dead)
  • 5,789 in Ceuta (114 dead)
  • 393,249 in the Valencian Community (7,373 dead)
  • 75,237 in Estremadura (1,798 dead)
  • 125,377 in Galicia (2,396 dead)
  • 707.480 in Madrid (15,199 dead)
  • 9,004 in Melilla (97 dead)
  • 112,207 in Murcia (1,593 dead)
  • 61,740 in Navarra (1,170 dead)
  • 195,258 in the Basque Country (4,395 dead)
  • 30,431 in The Rioja (769 dead)

07.14 About 400 volunteers enjoy a night of drinks without social distancing

Fourteen months after the state of alarm was declared and nightlife was closed due to the pandemic, Sitges held a clinical trial tonight in which about 400 volunteers enjoyed night bars again without the need to keep social distance although with mask, use of hydroalcoholic gel and after having undergone a rapid antigen test.

The local authorities of the coastal town, the Generalitat and companies in the sector, among other organizations, coordinated a trial that was held in five establishments in the town and it served to analyze an eventual reopening of the activity of bars and nightclubs within the current situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and in the process of vaccinating the population. First night of drinks of the pandemic: Sitges lives a few hours of normality thanks to a clinical trial

07.12 The argument that was deleted from the CombiVAcs study that was sent to the Public Health Commission

Several documents to which EL MUNDO has had access cast doubt on the scientific rigor of the decision of the Carolina Darias ministry on the second pending doses in children under 60 years of age. Health approved the second dose with Pfizer despite a warning from its experts that it “violates the basic principle of clinical research.”

07.02 The Biotica Committee gives its opinion, non-binding, to Health on the second dose of children under 60

The Biotics Committee of Spain (CBE) plans to send this Friday to the Ministry of Health its opinion, which is not binding, on whether it is correct to give a second dose of AstraZeneca against coronavirus to those under 60 who have already received a first and, in that case, what should be the consent that they sign.

Health has asked the Biotica Committee if it was correct, from the ethical point of view, to give the second prick with this same serum and, in that case, if consent should be required and how it should be, reports Efe. Health allow the second doses of AstraZeneca that he denied in April to Madrid and Andalusia

07.00 The two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine are up to 89% effective against the coronavirus, according to a study by the English Institute of Public Health

The two doses of the vaccine Oxford/AstraZeneca are up to 89% effective against coronavirus, according to the Public Health England Institute. The conclusions of the scientists of this organism, known by its acronym in English, PHE, are based on analysis of data studied among the vaccinated population.

In a weekly surveillance report, the PHE confirms that the estimated efficacy of the AstraZeneca vaccine, created at the University of Oxford, is 89% compared to unvaccinated people. A figure close to 90% of the efficacy of the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine against coronavirus.

“This new data highlights the incredible impact that both doses of the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine can have, providing up to 89% protection,” said UK Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi.

PHE assures that this analysis is the first on the efficacy of the two doses of AstraZeneca among the vaccinated population, but that it has not yet been published in a specialized journal. When these data are known, they will increase confidence in vaccines, he stressed.

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