Spain exceeds the barrier of 3,000 points of incidence: Health registers 247 deaths and 134,942 infections

The Ministry of Health has published this Tuesday the report of infections, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 in Spain and the data reflects 134,942 new cases in the last 24 hours. Therefore, a total of 7,592,242 cases have been reported so far since the start of the pandemic.

Health has also registered a total of 247 new deaths from COVID-19 during the last day, bringing the total number of deaths to 90,383 since the start of the pandemic.

The 14-day cumulative incidence at the national level continues to rise and stands at 3,042.11 cases per 100,000 inhabitants after increasing by 52.64 points with respect to the data registered this Monday.

The occupancy of ICUs, according to the Health report, has dropped slightly, from 23.58% to 23.50%, with 2,200 patients. The number of hospitalized patients has also increased, from 16,496 to 16,555 (+59), which represents 13.34 of the total%.

Navarra continues to be the community with the highest incidence (7,253), followed by Euskadi (6,425), Aragón (5,799), Castilla y León (4,392), Extremadura (3,660), Cantabria (3.533), Catalonia (3,330) and La Rioja (3,249).

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