The delta variant (B.1.617.2) has increased its presence in Spain to 94.9%, according to this Monday’s update from the Ministry of Health, which points out that it is the dominant one in Spain, although its presence varies by community from 48% to 100%.
In addition, the Ministry of Health highlights that among the variants with the greatest impact on public health also include alpha (B.1.1.7), beta (B.1.351) and gamma (P.1).
Regarding the alpha variant, in Spain it has gone from being the dominant one, to occupy a range between 0 and 6.4%, with 14 communities below 1%, according to Health.
As for beta, after having dominated South Africa and neighboring countries, it has been displaced by the delta and in Europe it represents a small percentage of cases, the same as gamma, which is predominant in South America. In Spain, It is in a range between 0 and 6.3% (with 12 autonomies below 1%).