The Ministry of Health has published this Monday the update of the figures of infections, hospitalizations and deaths from coronavirus in Spain and, with respect to Friday’s report, the total number of people infected by COVID-19 has increased by 10,179, so the National total of infected already rises to 3,792,642 people since the start of the pandemic.

The report also reflects 10 new deaths from COVID-19 compared to Friday’s data (the lowest death toll since last summer), which brings the official death toll since the beginning of the pandemic to 80,789.

Regarding the accumulated incidence, the figure has increased by 5.03 points to stand at 100.06 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.

Incidence soars in Cantabria

Andalucía (164) and Cantabria (160) are the only two autonomous communities above 150 incidence points and those with the highest figures in all of Spain. Behind they are followed by La Rioja (133), Cataluña (122) and Canarias (108), all of them above the national average.

On the other hand, only Castilla-La Mancha (48) presents a low risk (an incidence of between 25 and 50 points). Ceuta (16) has an even lower incidence, but its data “does not take into account 2 positive cases imported in the last 14 days after the recent massive influx of people,” according to the Health report.

Vaccines

According to the Health report on vaccination data, since Friday 1,105,714 doses have been administered in Spain, which means that for the second time the figure of one million vaccines has been exceeded over a weekend.

The number of vaccines administered in Spain, therefore, now rises to 39,914,204, while more than 24,792,784 people (52.2% of the population) have received at least one dose of the vaccines .

Data by age group

All people over 80 years of age have already received the complete vaccination schedule. Also 96.6% of Spaniards aged 70 to 79, 41.2% of those aged 60 to 69, 69.9% of those aged 50 to 59, 20.2% of those aged 40 to 49 years, 11.4% of those aged 30 to 39, and 11.4% of those aged 20 to 29.

The percentage of people with at least one dose is much higher: 98.4% of people aged 70 to 79, 93.7% of those aged 60 to 69, 87.2% of those aged 50 at 59 years, 62.4% of those aged 40 to 49, 20.8% of those aged 30 to 39, and 12.0% of those aged 20 to 29.

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