Coronavirus today, last minute |  From tomorrow Spain admits travelers with rapid antigen tests to enter the country

Starting tomorrow, Spain will allow travelers to enter who can prove they are immunized against the coronavirus with the complete schedule of the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen or Chinese Sinopharm and Sinovac-Coronavac vaccines. It will also support rapid, negative antigen tests, approved by the European Union as a diagnostic certificate, together with PCRs, until now the only accepted, and which are much more expensive. Also, starting tomorrow, Galicia, the Basque Country and Navarra will join the communities that have already begun to vaccinate the 40 to 49-year-old group.

The data of the coronavirus in Spain

Total figures: 3,697,987 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test of active infection; There have been 80,196 deaths with a positive test as of June 4.

  • 590,684 in Andalusia (9,928 dead)
  • 124,819 in Aragn (3,517 dead)
  • 52,603 ​​in Asturias (1,971 dead)
  • 60,619 in the Balearic Islands (839 dead)
  • 56,965 in the Canary Islands (772 dead)
  • 30,414 in Cantabria (565 dead)
  • 193,511 in Castilla-La Mancha (5,927 dead)
  • 232,170 in Castilla y Len (6,894 dead)
  • 615,478 in Catalonia (14,595 dead)
  • 5,915 in Ceuta (116 dead)
  • 395,515 in the Valencian Community (7,399 dead)
  • 76,095 in Extremadura (1,805 dead)
  • 127,330 in Galicia (2,411 dead)
  • 719,515 in Madrid (15,341 dead)
  • 9,165 in Melilla (97 dead)
  • 113,352 in Murcia (1,602 dead)
  • 62,720 in Navarra (1,177 dead)
  • 199,976 in the Basque Country (4,467 dead)
  • 31,141 in La Rioja (773 dead)

08.00 New communities join the vaccination of those under 50 years of age

Galicia, the Basque Country and Navarra join the communities that have already begun to vaccinate the 40-49-year-old group, once the immunization campaign among Spaniards 50-59 years old has advanced substantially in recent days, since it has a dose of almost 70%.

The Xunta starts this Sunday with the campaign among Galicians aged 40 to 49, while Navarra will do it on Monday June 7 with people ages 51, 50 and 49.

Vaccination in Basque Country of 49-year-olds start lnext week if the planned doses arrive, and from that age down in an orderly fashion, according to Efe from the counselor Gotzone Sagardui.

07.30 The PSE-EE says that the BOE order allows it to address specificities of the Basque Country

The PSE-EE has valued that the resolution of the Secretary of State for Health published by the BOE with the agreement of the interterritorial on Wednesday to contain the pandemic of coronavirus “allows addressing the specificities that occur in Euskadi and maintain the activity of the hospitality sector“, reports Efe.

In a note, the PSE-EE, partner of the PNV in the Basque Government, has later affirmed that what is published in the BOE includes a “contextualization clause that allows “to attend to the specificities that occur in the autonomous communities with respect to different aspects related” to the measures to combat covid-19.

The Basque Socialists consider that the “contextualization clause” included in the BOE order allows the Basque hotel and catering sector to “abide” in Euskadi by autonomous regulations.

07.19 Spain admits rapid antigen tests to enter the country from tomorrow

Spain has reviewed the health requirements for entry into the country and, among other main developments, highlights the admission of rapid, negative antigen tests, approved by the European Union (EU) as a diagnostic certificate, together with PCRs, until now the only accepted ones, and which are much more expensive.

The regulations come into force from this Monday, June 7, and also include the vaccination and recovery certificates for travelers from the European Union (EU) and countries of the European Economic Area (EEA), as well as the opening to tourists vaccinated from non-EU countries.

According to the Official State Gazette (BOE) published this Saturday, the diagnostic tests of infection for SARS-CoV-2 admitted will be those of molecular nucleic acid amplification (NAAT), used to detect the presence of ribonucleic acid (RNA), and antigen tests included in the common list of rapid antigen detection tests for COVID-19, published by the European Commission.

07.10 India registers the lowest number of coronavirus cases in almost two months

India recorded the lowest number of cases of coronavirus in 58 days, with 120,529, a figure that continues to move away from the peak of this second wave a month ago with 400,000 infections a day and that is reflected in some regions such as New Delhi, which has announced that it is advancing in the de-escalation.

With these new infections, India raises the total since the beginning of the pandemic to 28.6 million, remaining in the second most affected country only behind the United States, with 33.3 million, according to the latest data from the Ministry. of Indian Health.

This drastic decrease in the number of infections, however, is not reflected in a significant change in the death figures, with 3,380 in the last 24 hours, compared to more than 4,500 at the end of May, raising the total to 344,082. a figure only surpassed by the United States and Brazil.

07.05 Belgium vaccinate minors under 16 and 17 Brussels

The Belgian health authorities authorized this Saturday the vaccination against the coronavirus for those under 16 and 17, once all the adults have done so, reports Efe.

The decision comes after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) also authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for young people between 12 and 15 years old.

07.00 France registers less than 7,000 new cases of covid-19 in 24 hours

France registered in the last 24 hours 6,654 new cases of the coronavirus, according to Efe of the health authorities this Saturday, who also pointed out one fall of the hospitalizations.

There are currently 14,532 patients in the ward for coronavirus, 269 less than on Friday, of which 2,525 are in ucis, 46 less.

In the last day 57 people died and in total, 109,973 people have died in the country from this disease.

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