The autonomous communities have notified the Ministry of Health this Friday 4,142 new cases of coronavirus , 1,961 of them diagnosed in the last 24 hours. The total number of infections in Spain has already risen to 3,733,600 since the start of the pandemic, according to official statistics. The cumulative incidence in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants stands at 108.46, compared to 110.35 yesterday. In today’s report, 36 new deaths from Covid-19 have been added.
The data of the coronavirus in Spain
Total figures : 3,733,600 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test for active infection; There have been 80,501 deaths with a positive test as of June 11.
- 598,947 in Andalusia (9,975 dead)
- 125,490 in Aragon (3,530 dead)
- 52,979 in Asturias (1,972 dead)
- 60,884 in the Balearic Islands (840 dead)
- 57,808 in the Canary Islands (781 dead)
- 30,588 in Cantabria (566 dead)
- 194,727 in Castilla-La Mancha (5,977 dead)
- 233,366 in Castilla y León (6,904 dead)
- 629,718 in Catalonia (14,691 dead)
- 5,957 in Ceuta (116 dead)
- 396,689 in the Valencian Community (7,404 dead)
- 76,421 in Extremadura (1,805 dead)
- 127,925 in Galicia (2,415 dead)
- 723,206 in Madrid (15,378 dead)
- 9,201 in Melilla (97 dead)
- 113,680 in Murcia (1,604 dead)
- 63,087 in Navarra (1,178 dead)
- 201,518 in the Basque Country (4,493 dead)
- 31,409 in La Rioja (775 dead)
2.44 THE UNITED STATES ACCUMULATES 599,161 DEATHS AND 33,437,913 INFECTIONS BY COVID-19
The United States reached 33,437,913 confirmed cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and 599,161 deaths from the Covid-19 disease this Friday, according to the independent count from Johns Hopkins University.
This balance at 8:00 p.m. local time was 445 deaths more than on Thursday and 11,611 new infections. California is the state hardest hit by the pandemic with 63,249 deaths, followed by New York (53,520), Texas (51,889), Florida (36,973), Pennsylvania (27,457), New Jersey (26,324) and Illinois (25,452).
Other states with a large number of deaths are Georgia (21,128), Michigan (20,720), Ohio (20,091), Massachusetts (17,937) or Arizona (17,740).
1.50 AMERICA EXCEEDS 500 MILLION DOSES APPLIED AND OTHER KEYS TO THE COVID
America this week exceeded 500 million doses of vaccines against Covid-19 applied, a figure that, however, does not indicate that the pandemic is controlled, especially in Central America, where only 2 million people have been immunized.
According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), to date 527,509,495 doses of the different vaccines have been placed in the entire continent, of which 319,940,327 correspond to the first injection and 194,963,368 to the second.
01.05 COLOMBIA REGISTERS 569 NEW DEATHS AND 29,570 DAILY CASES OF COVID-19
Colombia is still unable to stop the rate of contagion of Covid-19 and health authorities reported 569 new deaths and 29,570 new infections this Friday, the second highest figure since the record registered a week ago.
After reporting the two highest death figures on Wednesday (550) and Thursday (573), with today’s figures the country already accumulates 94,615 deaths among the 3,694,707 cases that have been confirmed in Colombia since the beginning of the pandemic and of which 153,504 (4.15%) remain active today.
The 569 deaths recorded this Friday, of which 493 occurred in previous days, occurred mainly in Bogotá (153), Valle del Cauca (61), Antioquia (57), Santander (45), Cundinamarca (43), Caldas (21) , Meta (18) and Córdoba (15).
00.34 URUGUAY ADDS 3,484 NEW CASES AND 45 DEATHS FROM COVID-19
Uruguay added 3,484 cases of covid-19 this Friday after 21,409 tests were processed, according to the daily report issued by the National Emergency System (Sinae).
In addition, 45 people died with a diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2, a figure that raised the deaths to 4,906 since the health emergency was decreed on March 13, 2020.
With this information, Uruguay adds 333,484 cases of Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, of which 35,246 are people who are studying the disease, 466 of these admitted to intensive treatment centers (ICU).
00.07 BRAZIL REGISTERS MORE THAN 2,000 DEATHS FROM COVID FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE DAY
Brazil registered 2,216 deaths from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours this Friday and thus chained its fourth consecutive day with more than 2,000 daily deaths, the Government reported.
According to the latest bulletin from the Ministry of Health, the country already accumulates 484,235 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic and could exceed half a million deaths before the end of the month, according to the projections of specialists.
Brazil, one of the countries most affected by the health crisis, also registered 85,149 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, so the total number of infections now reaches 17,296,118.
23.42 US ORDERS TO DISPOSE OF MILLIONS OF J&J VACCINES FROM THE FACTORY THAT HAD PROBLEMS
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided to release for use two rounds of Johnson & Johnson vaccines made at Emergent Biosolutions’ troubled Baltimore plant, though it ordered many more to be thrown away, for failure to collect the conditions for its use.
The FDA made this announcement this Friday in a statement in which it does not give figures, although the US media does provide them: according to The New York Times, there are 60 million doses that must be discarded, compared to 10 million that are saved and that are authorized for use. Johnson & Johnson, in a statement, confirmed the authorization of regulators to use two batches of the vaccine produced in that plant, but did not want to give figures on doses or make any reference to those that should be destroyed.
“Today’s decision represents progress in our continued efforts to make a difference in this pandemic on a global scale and we appreciate the close collaboration with the FDA and global health authorities,” said Kathy Wengel, the company’s head of Global Supply Chain. .
23.17 “MERCI, MACRON!”: THEY LIFT THE CURFEW AT ROLAND GARROS FOR DJOKOVIC-NADAL
The Djokovic-Nadal will make history. In tennis because it is on the way to being legendary, in civil history because, at the Roland Garros stadium , the curfew that forces you to be home at 11 pm in France has been repealed .
21.24. VACCINES BEGIN TO LOSE EFFICACY AGAINST THE DELTA VARIANT OF THE CORONAVIRUS, WHICH ALREADY CAUSES “COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION” IN MADRID
It is more contagious, perhaps more aggressive and it is already here. What we said a few months ago about the Alpha, or British variant of the coronavirus , can now be attributed to the Delta, or Indian variant. In the United Kingdom it has rapidly displaced the previous version, while in Madrid it already causes community transmission . The WHO, in addition, has just admitted “some evidence of immune escape “, that is, vaccines could work worse against it. This time we will not be able to say that we were not warned.
“The efficacy of currently approved Covid-19 vaccines against B.1.617.2 [Delta variant] is unknown,” noted a study published in ‘ The Lancet ‘ on June 3. Emma C. Walk, from the Francis Crick Institute in London, and 24 co-authors analyzed the antibodies of people vaccinated with Pfizer in the laboratory and concluded that the defenses generated could be less effective against the new variant . They therefore concluded that it might be necessary to administer ” additional booster doses ” in the most vulnerable groups.
21.06. THE DEATH OF TWO WOMEN WITH CORONAVIRUS RAISES 2,430 VICTIMS IN GALICIA
The death of two women aged 64 and 88 who had been diagnosed with coronavirus brings to 2,430 the victims registered in Galicia since the start of the pandemic.
As reported by the Department of Health, it is a 64-year-old woman who was admitted to the Vigo University Hospital Complex (CHUVI) and another 88-year-old woman who was in the University Hospital Complex of A Coruña (CHAUC). According to the data provided by the regional department, both had previous pathologies .
20.45. FRANCE REDUCES INFECTIONS AND KEEPS DEATHS FROM CORONAVIRUS LOW
France continued its downward trend in infections by registering 3,871 in the last 24 hours this Friday and recorded the stabilization of deaths from coronavirus at a low range, at 69, health authorities reported.
Meanwhile, those vaccinated with the complete schedule (two doses) represent just over a fifth of the population (20.5%) . Since the start of the pandemic, 110,373 people have died in France and 5,733,838 have been infected.
20.20. DIEGO LLORENTE RETURNS TO THE SPANISH TEAM AFTER A NEGATIVE FOURTH IN CORONAVIRUS
Defender Diego Llorente has returned this Friday to join the concentration of the Spanish team, after passing four negative coronavirus tests , reported the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF). The player had tested positive last Tuesday in a PCR, but “this Friday he had his fourth consecutive negative result in the confirmation tests that have been carried out since then,” said the RFEF.
Thus it would have been a false positive and on the afternoon of this Friday he has rejoined the Red, amid applause from his teammates, in the Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas, about twenty kilometers from Madrid, according to photos released the RFEF.
20.15. THE SPANISH EMILIO MORENATTI, PULITZER PRIZE WINNER FOR HIS PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Jerez-born photographer Emilio Morenatti was awarded this Friday with the Pulitzer Prize for the best photographic report for his snapshots taken of the elderly in Spain during the coronavirus pandemic.
Morenatti, a photographer for the US news agency Associated Press (AP), was awarded for a series of “moving” snapshots that “takes the public into the lives of the elderly in Spain” who were facing the epidemic, according to the jury of the awards .
19.47. THEY DETECT AT LEAST NINE CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS AFTER A PARTY IN A TORREVIEJA NIGHTCLUB
The Orihuela Public Health Center (Alicante) has detected an outbreak of coronavirus with at least nine infected, who on June 5 attended a party at the Noisse nightclub in Torrevieja. This has been pointed out by its director, José Gabriel Cano, who has confirmed to Efe that it is possible that the cases “will increase in the coming days.”
In a statement, the Director of Public Health of Orihuela and the Torrevieja City Council, have recommended to all the people who attended the party this past June 5 to contact the health center of La Loma, in Torrevieja, so that program them and perform the corresponding diagnostic test .
19.30. THE CORONAVIRUS VACCINE REDUCES DEATHS IN RESIDENCES TO THE LOWEST FIGURES OF THE PANDEMIC
The incidence of coronavirus in residences continues to decline thanks to the vaccine, to the point that only three deaths from coronavirus have been registered in these centers in the last week, one of the lowest figures in a pandemic and less than 5 a week earlier .
However, there are still infections, which reached 54 in the week from May 31 to June 6 (23 more than the previous one), of which 24 corresponded to the Community of Madrid and 18 to Andalusia . These are data from the report that Imserso began to publish at the beginning of March and which is updated every Friday with the information provided by the autonomous communities. Of the three deceased, two were registered in Madrid and the other in the Basque Country.
19.00. ARGENTINA WILL EXTEND SANITARY RESTRICTIONS IN THE FACE OF THE SECOND WAVE OF THE CORONAVIRUS
The Government of Argentina said this Friday that it will extend until June 25 the sanitary restrictions that expire this midnight to face the second wave of the coronavirus .
“We will continue to extend the decision we have already made,” Argentine President Alberto Fernández said . The Minister of Health, Carla Vizzotti, specified that the measures in force until midnight this Friday will be extended until June 25.
18.30. SPAIN BREAKS THE DAILY VACCINATION RECORD, WITH 654,232 DOSES, AND MORE THAN 12 MILLION HAVE THE COMPLETE GUIDELINE AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS
The autonomous communities have administered a total of 32,282,553 doses of the coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen until this Friday . 654,232 of them have been placed in the last 24 hours, breaking a new daily record. In total, 89.7 percent of those distributed to the autonomous communities have been injected, amounting to 35,991,358 units.
In addition, a total of 12,250,002 people have already received the complete guideline, 266,051 more than yesterday. This represents 25.8 percent of the Spanish population . A total of 20,963,619 people have received at least one dose, 44.2 percent of the Spanish.
18.08. SPAIN ADDS 4,142 NEW CASES OF CORONAVIRUS AND 36 DEATHS; INCIDENCE DROPS TWO POINTS
The weekend is coming and we leave with the good taste of verifying that the epidemiological evolution of the coronavirus pandemic is good and continues its decreasing trend.
According to the data published by Health this Friday, the accumulated incidence at 14 days (IA) has dropped almost two points compared to yesterday and stands at 108.46 . As we have already commented, although the decreases are minimal, they are continuous and the parameter that tells us that the trend for now continues to be to lower these figures is the AI at seven days, which also continues to decrease slowly: 46.67 (47, 58 yesterday).
Regarding infections, Health reports 4,142 new cases, a figure in line with the last few days (the more than 14,000 yesterday were due to the update made by Catalonia incorporating 9,381 cases with a diagnosis date between January 1 and June 6 that had not been notified previously). 1,961 were diagnosed the day before ( 368 in Madrid, 267 in Catalonia and 253 in Andalusia , the regions with the most diagnosed cases). In total, the number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic in Spain is 3,733,600.
17.42. THE NUMBER OF NEW CASES OF CORONAVIRUS INCREASES TO 198 IN CASTILLA-LA MANCHA, WHICH ADDS ONE MORE DECEASED
The Government of Castilla-La Mancha, through the General Directorate of Public Health, has confirmed 198 new cases of coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours. By provinces, Toledo has registered 88 cases, Ciudad Real 43, Guadalajara 42, Albacete 18 and Cuenca 7.
The accumulated number of cases since the start of the pandemic is 194,393, as reported by the Board in a statement. By provinces, Toledo registers 71,779 cases , Ciudad Real 47,131, Albacete 29,265, Guadalajara 26,616 and Cuenca 19,602.
17.32. THE POSITIVES REBOUND TO 51 IN EXTREMADURA IN A DAY WITHOUT DEATHS AND A SHARP DECREASE IN HOSPITALIZED FOR CORONAVIRUS
The autonomous community of Extremadura has registered 51 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours , ten more than those reported this past Thursday.
The region adds one more day without deaths from the coronavirus, so the number of victims remains at 1,766. For its part, in Extremadura hospitals there are 21 people admitted, eight fewer than the previous day, four of whom remain in the ICU, one less .
17.20. MADRID CONFIRMS 370 POSITIVES AND FOUR MORE DEATHS FROM CORONAVIRUS IN 24 HOURS
The Community of Madrid confirmed this Friday 370 positives of coronavirus detected in the last hours, almost 70 less than yesterday, and another four died as a result of the infection, the same as then. The latest report from the Madrid Executive incorporates 555 cases, which bring the accumulated to 735,367 and, in terms of deaths from this cause in hospitals, its figure now rises to 17,111 and 24,237 if the data on mortuary health in social health centers are also considered, in addresses and other places to be specified.
In hospitals in the region there are 574 patients admitted for coronavirus, 30 fewer than yesterday, for a total of 115,418 since the start of the pandemic. For its part, in Madrid intensive care units, 259 patients are hospitalized for this reason, six fewer than yesterday, and its global figure stands at 11,801.
16.48. US AUTHORITIES ASK JANSSEN TO ELIMINATE 60 MILLION DOSES PRODUCED IN BALTIMORE
After reviewing a factory in Baltimore who had problems in producing vaccine Janssen against the coronavirus , federal regulators have decided that around 60 million doses produced there must be removed due to possible contamination, as published by The New York Times .
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will allow about 10 million doses to be distributed in the United States or other countries, but with a caveat that regulators cannot guarantee that Emergent BioSolutions, the company that operates the plant, followed manufacturing protocols . The agency has not yet decided whether the factory, which has been closed for two months due to this dose review, can be reopened, sources told the investigation.
16.30. INTERNATIONAL REGULATORS AND WHO HIGHLIGHT NEED TO BOOST CONFIDENCE IN CORONAVIRUS VACCINE
The International Coalition of Drug Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have jointly developed a statement to help healthcare professionals increase confidence in coronavirus vaccines and answer patient questions about the development, regulatory review, and safety monitoring of these vaccines.
“The last few months have shown the importance of trust in Covid-19 vaccines. As mass vaccination campaigns continue to unfold, ICMRA and WHO reaffirm their commitment to supporting healthcare professionals and reassuring the public that the processes Regulations for the authorization and safety monitoring of Covid-19 vaccines are robust and driven by the needs of patients, “said the President of ICMRA and Executive Director of the European Medicines Agency (EMA). English), Emer Cooke .
15.45. GERMAN LABORATORY CUREVAC’S CORONAVIRUS VACCINE MAY SUFFER DELAYS
The coronavirus vaccine from the German laboratory CureVac, based on messenger RNA technology and which was initially expected for June, could suffer delays in its commercialization due to the prolongation of the test phases, according to media and health authorities.
The Health Ministry of the Baden-Württemberg region, where the German group is based, confirmed on Friday that it had received information in this regard after a meeting with the federal Minister of Health. The regional official specified that the vaccine will not be ready to be marketed before August , due to “complications.”
15.34. MURCIA RULES OUT ADVANCING THE SECOND DOSE OF ASTRAZENECA BECAUSE THERE IS NO LONGER ANY CASE OF THE INDIAN VARIANT OF THE CORONAVIRUS
The president of the regional government, Fernando López Miras, has affirmed that the possibility of advancing the second dose of AstraZeneca for the population aged 60 to 69 years is not “on the table” because “there has only been one case of the Indian variant of the coronavirus that has not had any type of contact in the Region of Murcia and that is no longer in the Community, so there is no community transmission “.
López Miras has answered in this way when asked about the fact that in the Community of Madrid there is already talk of community transmission of the Indian variant and the second dose of AstraZeneca is being considered for the population aged 60 to 69 years.
15.22 HEALTH ANALYZES MORE THAN 4,200 SAMPLES FROM COVID PATIENTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DISEASE
The Ministry of Health and Families has already analyzed more than 4,200 samples of patients with Covid-19 disease, with the aim of better understanding their behavior and being able to offer more effective therapeutic alternatives. In this sense, it highlights that through the General Directorate of Public Health and Pharmaceutical Management, Andalusian public health has a stable and well-structured circuit that allows the identification and analysis of patient samples, and that is framed in the integration of the genomic sequencing of SARS CoV-2 in the surveillance carried out by the Andalusian Epidemiological Surveillance System.
It is a collaborative network for the epidemiological control of the pandemic that allows us to know how the coronavirus has been transmitted in Andalusia since the beginning, which have been the areas with a higher rate of contagion and also how the health measures that have been influenced have been been implemented, among other aspects, as indicated in the press release.
15.12 MADRID HOPES TO REOPEN NIGHTLIFE THE WEEK OF JUNE 21
The Community of Madrid hopes to reopen nightlife the week of June 21 if the downward trend in coronavirus cases continues and once protocols and opening criteria are established in the meeting that the Ministry of Health will maintain and the Madrid nightlife sector on the 14th.
The Madrid Deputy Minister of Public Health and the Covid-19 Plan, Antonio Zapatero, explained at a press conference that last week there was already a meeting between Health and the nightlife sector in which the businessmen delivered their protocol proposals to the Ministry of action to be able to reopen its premises with its original activity.
14.45 POSITIVE CASES RISE AGAIN AND THE POSITIVITY RATE REACHES 4%
The positive cases of covid-19 have registered a new rise in Navarra in recent hours, as has the positivity rate, which has reached 4% after performing 1,544 tests (731 PCR and 813 antigen tests).
The data provided by the Provincial Government indicate that 61 infections were detected yesterday, compared to 49 on Wednesday.
14.25 ABOUT 25% OF THE POPULATION OF GERMANY HAS COMPLETED THE VACCINATION SCHEDULE AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS
About 25 percent of the population of Germany has already received the complete vaccination schedule against the coronavirus, as indicated this Friday by the Robert Koch Institute, the government entity in charge of the control of infectious diseases.
The agency has indicated through its website that 20,648,461 people have already received two doses of the vaccine, representing 24.8 percent of the population, while 39,549,170 people, 47.5 percent of the population. One hundred of German citizens have received at least one dose.
14.06 NIGHTLIFE WILL REOPEN IN CATALONIA FROM JUNE 21
The nightlife sector will reopen in Catalonia on June 21, with dance floors enabled and without the need to keep a safety distance , according to Efe of the agreement that the Department of Health and the employers of this area have closed this afternoon.
The Ministry of Health has confirmed this agreement, which has also been announced in a statement by the Catalan Federation of Associations of Restoration and Musical Activities (Fecasarm), which has also confirmed that it arrives after 15 months of closure of these premises .
The management has detailed that the premises will be able to open until 03:30 in the morning, with 50% of the capacity inside and 100% outside, and that customers must wear the mask, even on the dance floor, where it cannot be consumed.
14.02 CHINA APPROVES VACCINATION FOR CHILDREN BETWEEN 3 AND 17 YEARS OLD
The Chinese authorities approved this Friday that minors between 3 and 17 years old can choose to be inoculated with vaccines approved for emergency use against Covid in the country.
The antigens developed by local pharmaceutical companies Sinopharm and Sinovac -which are among those approved for adults in the country- have proven to be safe in people of that age group after clinical tests and reviews by experts, according to Efe of the agency of Xinhua official news.
So far, covid vaccines were only being administered to adults in China, and more than 845 million doses have already been injected to some 622 million people in the country.
13.58 THE BASQUE COUNTRY REPORTS 224 MORE POSITIVES AND MAINTAINS 187 HOSPITALIZED FOR COVID-19
The Basque Country reported 224 Covid-19 positives detected during the last hours this Friday, 14 less than yesterday. In addition, it maintains a total of 187 hospitalized because of the infection, with 71 in the ICU – six less than yesterday – and 116, in the ward – almost a dozen more.
The evolution of the pandemic in the autonomous community, of the total number of infections 123 correspond to Vizcaya; 60, to Guipúzcoa; and 40, to Álava and next to them there is another registered among non-residents in the region, according to Servimedia in the latest report from the Basque Executive.
The accumulated incidence in the last 14 days of cases per 100,000 inhabitants stands at 174.80, when yesterday it was at 180.89.
13.51 ARAGON EXTENDS THE HOURS OF NIGHTLIFE UNTIL TWO IN THE MORNING
The Minister of Health of the Government of Aragon, Sira Repollés, has announced this Friday the relaxation of the hours in nightlife from next week depending on the evolution of the pandemic and if this Community remains at level 2 of alert, informs Javier Ortega .
Thus, it has said that the hours of establishments dedicated to nightlife will last until two in the morning instead of the current 0.00 hours of closure, like bars and restaurants. Without specifying, the capacity could also be increased. The sector of pubs, discos and the like had requested that the hours be extended until three in the morning.
Likewise, Repollés has reported that this Friday the one million vaccine has been supplied in Aragon.
13.45 ASTURIAS NOTIFIES 72 POSITIVES AND CHAINS SIX DAYS WITHOUT DEATHS
The Ministry of Health has confirmed 72 new cases of coronavirus detected this Thursday, a day in which there were 8 admissions to the plant, none in the ICU and 9 hospital discharges. Yesterday there was no death, with which Asturias chains six days without notifying deaths from covid, according to Europa Press.
Currently, there are 54 hospitalized patients with confirmed or suspected Covid and another 26 people remain in intensive care units.
Sespa carried out 3,024 coronavirus tests on Thursday and the positivity rate stood at 2.74%. The total occupancy due to covid in Asturian hospitals reaches 2.34% and, in the case of ICUs, it rises to 8.52%.
13.39 SERIOUS ALLERGIC REACTIONS TO COVID VACCINES IS 10 CASES PER MILLION
The allergists have warned this Friday that in Spain the extreme adverse reactions or anaphylaxis after the administration of vaccines against covid-19 is 10 cases per million people, and all of them have recovered.
These serious symptoms refer to difficulty swallowing, swollen tongue, difficult or noisy breathing, wheezing, persistent dizziness, muscle laziness and even loss of consciousness, according to Efe in a statement from the Spanish Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (SEAIC).
13.35 NAVARRA POSTPONES TO JULY MAKING NIGHTLIFE MORE FLEXIBLE AND WITHOUT DANCE FLOORS
The president of Navarra, María Chivite, has postponed to July the relaxation of anticovid measures in the nightlife sector , which in any case has clarified that “it will not be as we knew it”.
” Let’s not fool ourselves . At the moment what is being considered for nightlife for the month of July is not to open the discos as we knew them. We are talking about tables, seated and no dance floor,” he said, and he added that “we still cannot with that normality that we would like,” reports Efe.
Chivite has pointed out that they have to “finish outlining it, but we are not talking about discos in the usual way” and neither about hours until the wee hours of the morning but with openings until “two or three in the morning”.
13.23 ANDALUSIA, NEW DAILY RECORD WITH 141,031 VACCINATIONS AND ALMOST 31% OF THOSE OVER 16 HAVE A COMPLETE SCHEDULE
Andalusia has administered until Thursday, June 10, a total of 5,751,372 doses of the vaccine against Covid-19 -141,031 more in 24 hours and a new daily record of doses administered-, which represents 94.89% of the doses received, and a total of 2,172,286 Andalusians have the complete vaccination schedule -67,534 more-, while 3,722,453 already have at least one dose.
With these figures, Andalusia registers 52.7% of the population over 16 years of age with at least one dose of the vaccine and 30.8% with the complete regimen, according to Europa Press of the Ministry of Health and Families in its daily report on coronavirus .
Of the total population, 44% have at least one dose and 25.7% two.
13.17 TWO OTHER DEATHS FROM COVID IN CASTILLA Y LEÓN AND DAILY CASES CLOSE TO 200 TODAY
For the second consecutive day, Castilla y León has recorded two deaths from coronavirus in the public hospitals of Salamanca and Valladolid, after not adding any to the Community on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing the total number of deaths in public hospitals to 5,770 since the beginning of the pandemic.
The daily cases this Friday close to 200, with 196, a score more than yesterday, according to Efe of the data published by the Ministry of Health. Of the 196 cases, 180 have been diagnosed the day before, with 92 in Valladolid, 33 in León and 25 in Burgos, as more data.
The active outbreaks by Covid-19 are 211 that Friday, 24 less than 24 hours ago, with 1,229 cases, 128 less.
13.13 CATALONIA REPLACES THE PRIOR APPOINTMENT WITH AN ACCESS REGISTER IN THE GYMS
The Government has approved, within the framework of the Procicat, measures that relax restrictions that eliminate the previous appointment to go to gyms and indoor sports facilities, allow end-of-school-year events and fix attendance at the stadiums of professional soccer leagues and basketball.
The measures will take effect on Monday , according to a statement collected by Europa Press.
12.44. ÁBALOS ASSURES THAT RENFE WILL RECOVER FREQUENCIES AND SERVICES IN JUNE AND JULY
The Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, has assured in León that the Government works together with Renfe to restore all railway frequencies prior to the state of alarm due to the coronavirus pandemic and that in June and July they will recover services.
“Renfe has told us that it will cost a lot to recover demand, but the supply of services will be available in the coming weeks,” Ábalos explained.
The minister recalled that due to the pandemic the mobility of the population was restricted and with them the frequencies and rail destinations as “the only way to face the coronavirus along with health care.”
12.34. BALEARIC ISLANDS BETWEEN 35 AND 39 YEARS OLD CAN MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO GET VACCINATED AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS FROM TODAY
The website to request an appointment to be vaccinated against the coronavirus in the Balearic Islands opens this Friday at 3:00 p.m. new appointments for people between 35 and 39 years old, a population group of about 83,567 people.
With the inclusion of this new age group, the BITCITA space is open from this Friday to all people born between 1952 and 1986, the Ministry of Health reported in a statement.
The Health Service has enabled 37,605 new spaces for self-appointment: 27,709 in Mallorca, 3,280 in Menorca, and 6,616 in Ibiza and Formentera.
12.20. THE SPANISH SOCCER TEAM IS ALREADY VACCINATED AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS
The members of the Spanish team that are going to play the Eurocup starting next Monday received their corresponding doses of vaccine against the coronavirus this Friday in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas (Madrid) .
After several days of uncertainty about this matter and fueled by the positive for Covid-19 of midfielder Sergio Busquets, the internationals and technical staff of the ‘Red’ concentrated in the Madrid town were vaccinated by members of the Hospital Security Unit Gómez Ulla Defense Center in Madrid.
“The soccer players summoned for Euro 2020 who are in Ciudad del Fútbol this Friday have received or completed their complete vaccination schedule against Covid-19,” said the national team, who received their dose three days after debuting in the competition against Sweden at La Cartuja in Seville (9:00 p.m.).
12.18. THOSE VACCINATED AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS CAN DONATE BLOOD
People vaccinated against the coronavirus can donate blood, contrary to what messages broadcast in Spain on social networks claim that distort US criteria to exclusively limit donations of convalescent plasma to coronavirus patients .
Messages have been circulating both on Facebook and Twitter for days that attribute to the American organization the Red Cross in the United States the statement that “people vaccinated” against Covid-19 “cannot donate blood” because “the vaccine completely destroys their natural antibodies “.
Some of these messages, shared in Spain and also in several Latin American countries, are accompanied by a video that includes a fragment of a television news program.
12.15. 47% OF THE ELDERLY RECOGNIZE THAT THE CORONAVIRUS HAS AFFECTED THEIR MENTAL HEALTH
A survey conducted by the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU) of 2,772 people between 65 and 79 years old during September and October 2020 reflects the extent to which the coronavirus pandemic has affected their quality of life.
The survey, published in the magazine ‘OCU Salud’, confirms how much restrictions of all kinds decreed during the State of Alarm have affected social relations: 53% have met less with family members and 61% with friends.
In the same way, activities such as participating in associations, volunteering, attending concerts, museums and excursions or taking a course have been greatly affected. Hobbies such as photography, painting or playing an instrument have been the least affected, and yet 21% do not practice them as often as before.
12.03. THE GOVERNMENT ASKS TO LET THE TC DEBATE ON THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE STATE OF ALARM OVER THE CORONAVIRUS AND REJECTS “SPECULATION”
The first vice president of the Government, Carmen Calvo, has defended that the Constitutional Court should be left to debate and work on the presentation that raises the unconstitutionality of the home confinement of the first state of alarm due to the coronavirus , before pronouncing and, therefore, has rejected do “interpretations and” speculations “right now.
Of course, Calvo has also wanted to come out in defense of the decisions made by the Government after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, when he imposed that state of alarm with strict confinement, to stop the infections.
“We are a government that in hours had to go out, like all governments in the world, to resolve a tremendous situation rigorously with one objective, which was the most important: to protect the more compatriots from contagion and death, the better”, has claimed.
11.54. ANDALUSIA ADDS 1,441 CASES AND SEVEN DEATHS FROM CORONAVIRUS
Andalusia has registered a total of 1,441 cases of coronavirus , lower than the 1,527 positives the day before and the 1,499 seven days ago, according to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), which has recorded seven deaths, a figure less than the 15 deaths on Wednesday.
On the other hand, the community’s cumulative incidence rate has dropped after rising by eight tenths on Thursday. Specifically, it stood at 188.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 1.6 points higher in one day and 4.8 more than seven days ago.
The 1,441 cases this Friday are registered after the 1,527 of Thursday, 1,261 of Wednesday, 1,161 of Tuesday, 1,600 of Monday and Sunday, 1,325 of Saturday, and 1,499 of last Friday.
11.43. A G7 HOTEL WITH MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN DELEGATION CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
An outbreak of coronavirus has forced the closure of a hotel where part of the German delegation attending the G7 leaders’ summit that begins this Friday in Cornwall (southwest England) was staying.
Several employees of the Pedn Olva in St Ives, near the luxurious Carbis Bay hotel where the leaders of the richest countries in the world are staying these days, have tested positive for coronavirus , confirmed St Austell Brewery, the company that owns the accommodation, in a statement sent to Eph.
A spokesman for the German government indicated that one of the members of the delegation that he sent in the days prior to the G7 (the richest countries in the world) to prepare for the meeting remains in preventive quarantine.
11.35. CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS REBOUND ABOVE 100 FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS WEEK AND THOSE ADMITTED TO 69 IN GALICIA
The new infections of Covid-19 have rebounded above a hundred for the first time this week to 105 after having remained below since the beginning -a twenty more- and the patients admitted due to this coronavirus have increased to 69 -three more -. For their part, active cases have been in continuous decline for 20 days and stand at 1,581.
According to the data updated this Friday by the Ministry of Health, with records until 6:00 p.m. this Thursday, collected by Europa Press, Covid patients in ICU decrease to 14 -one less- while those of other units of hospitalization -four more-.
By health areas, patients admitted for Covid decreased in Pontevedra and O Salnés, while they increased in A Coruña and Cee, Ourense, Vigo and Ferrol. And in Santiago and Barbanza and Lugo they remain unchanged.
10.54. THE CORONAVIRUS STABILIZES DOWNWARDS IN CATALONIA AND ICUS ARE SLOWLY BEING EMPTIED
The coronavirus stabilizes at low records, with a slight increase in the risk of regrowth -which rises two points to 90, but remains moderate- and in the speed of spread (Rt) -one more point, to 0.91-, while the UCIS are slowly being emptied, with 188 currently admitted
According to the data updated by the Department of Health, today there are a total of 554 patients with COVID admitted to Catalan hospitals, seven more than the day before, of which 188 are in the ICU, five less than yesterday, a figure that is not known. had been going on since October 11, eight months ago.
10.53. ARAGON REPORTS 121 NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES AND NO DEATHS IN THE LAST 24 HOURS
The General Directorate of Public Health of the Government of Aragon has notified 121 new cases of coronavirus , no deaths and 263 epidemiological discharges, results corresponding to this Thursday, June 10, according to provisional data.
By provinces, in Zaragoza, 101 cases and 223 recovered have been recorded, in Huesca, seven infections and 29 discharges, and in Teruel, ten positives and nine people who have received the epidemiological discharge.
The basic health areas with the highest number of new infections have been Univérsitas this day, with seven; Fernando el Católico, with six and Caspe, with five, all in the province of Zaragoza.
10.27. THE COMMUNITY OF MADRID WILL REOPEN NIGHTLIFE THE LAST WEEK OF JUNE
“If the coronavirus situation in Madrid continues like this, we hope that nightlife in Madrid will reopen by the last week of June, ” the Deputy Minister of Health of the Community of Madrid announced . As he explained, this Monday the Community of Madrid will meet again with the nightlife sector to prepare its opening and it is expected that the following week, the last of June, it will be able to reopen.
10.14. MADRID WILL BEGIN TO VACCINATE AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS TO THE GROUP OF 40 TO 45 YEARS FROM JUNE 20
The Community of Madrid will begin to vaccinate the 40 to 45 age group against the coronavirus as of June 20, as reported by Elena Andradas. After starting this week with the specific group from 46 to 49, “which represents half a million people,” the region will wait until June 20 for the next group. For now, the Community of Madrid has already opened the self- appointment system for the group of 48 years and older to request an appointment to receive the first dose. “We will continue vaccinating according to the number of doses that we are receiving in the Community of Madrid,” Andradas assured.
In this sense, Andradas has affirmed that by following the vaccination rhythm as before, the Community of Madrid hopes to be able to start vaccinating the 30 to 39 group against the coronavirus by the first weeks of July.
10.07. MADRID WARNS THAT THERE IS ALREADY COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION OF THE INDIAN VARIANT OF THE CORONAVIRUS AND THAT IN THE COMING WEEKS IT MAY BE THE DOMINANT STRAIN
“For another week we can say that the trend in the incidence of coronavirus is downward. It has dropped by 41% at 15 days. Today’s data is 116 to 14 days, which means that in a week the incidence at 14 has dropped by 44 points. The growing presence of the Indian variant warns us that it could become the dominant variant in the coming weeks. In fact, in our community we have community transmission of this variant “, reported the Deputy Minister of Health of the Community of Madrid , Antonio Zapatero, who has announced that this fact has led the region to advance to week 11 the second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in those over 60 years of age to complete the full vaccination of this age group as soon as possible.
10.00. THE CONSTITUTIONAL RULING ON THE STATE OF ALARM OVER THE CORONAVIRUS WOULD ANNUL THE FINES FOR BREACHING THE CONFINEMENT
The nullity of the home confinement that the Constitutional Court is studying would mean leaving without legal support the fines imposed for contravening that measure, which would therefore be annulled. The nullity would affect the procedures that are still underway, but not those that have already been permanently closed. Among those canceled would be all those that have not yet been paid. Among those that are not, those already paid in which the claim period has already passed.
During the first state of alarm , more than a million fines were imposed, part of which for breaching the movement restriction. The most common sanction was the minimum for disobedience, of 601 euros. In reality, those fines have already been overturned numerous times. Part of the judges to whom the appeals reached have considered that the sanctions provided for in the Citizen Security Law , as proposed by the Interior , could not be applied to breaches of confinement .
09.51 FIFTEEN MONTHS AFTER THE START OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, NIGHTLIFE REOPENS TODAY IN CASTILLA Y LEÓN
Fifteen months after the first alarm state is declared by the pandemic of the coronavirus , leisure establishments evening as discos and nightclubs reopen Friday its doors in Castilla and Leon, and may do so until two in the morning, with a third of the capacity, without consumption in the bar or dance floor.
The official bulletin of the Community, the Bocyl, publishes this Friday the agreement of the Governing Council of yesterday, which with the data of the Covid-19 and the agreement of the previous day of the Interterritorial Health Council relaxed some of the measures planned with the level two alert for the coronavirus, the medium, which currently has Castilla y León.
In other establishments such as pubs, karaoke bars, special bars and others, at this current alarm level they will not be able to exceed 75% of the table capacity in rooms with up to 40 clients and 50% in rooms with more than 40 clients and the maximum occupancy per table or grouping of tables will be 10 people.
09.33. THE AIRBORNE CONTAGION OF THE CORONAVIRUS GAINS WEIGHT: “IN A CLOSED ROOM IT WOULD NOT BE ENOUGH TO EVEN KEEP TWO METERS AWAY”
We have all heard of aerosols in coronavirus infection, but do we know what they are? What does airborne transmission mean? It is very difficult for anyone to be clear about it, since the word “aerosol” can refer to different things and, in fact, its definition has changed during the pandemic , as well as its consideration against other forms of contagion. In practice, there are two essential questions whose answer depends on this scientific controversy: when will we remove the mask in the open air? And indoors?
“There continues to be a passionate debate about how exactly the virus is transmitted,” says Stephanie Dancer, a microbiologist at Edinburgh Napier University and author of important papers on SARS-CoV-2. “Some say that the virus contaminates relatively large droplets of saliva or respiratory fluids , which leave the mouth of an infected person and fall to the ground or other surfaces. If the droplets land in your eyes, nose or mouth, you can become infected; or you could touch a surface that houses these drops and transfer the virus to the mucous membranes with your fingers. ”
“Others say – continues Dancer – that the virus is more likely to be transmitted in small aerosols, also produced by an infected person when speaking or breathing . The difference is that, paradoxically, there are more virus particles in a tiny aerosol than in a drop, and besides, the aerosol is too small to fall to the ground. So the cloud of aerosols with viruses is suspended indoors, like a cloud of smoke. ”
09.22. THE OUTBREAK OF CORONAVIRUS IN TAIWAN EXPANDS WITH 287 NEW INFECTIONS AND 24 MORE DEATHS
Taiwan has announced the detection of 287 new positives of the coronavirus , of which all but one were infected by local contagion, and in addition there were 24 new deaths caused by the resulting covid-19.
Among those killed by Covid is a doctor from a hospital in New Taipei (the region surrounding the capital), in what the state news agency CNA considers “probably the first doctor to die from the disease in Taiwan.”
He was a septuagenarian with hypertension and diabetes who had received the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine on May 31, although the source did not specify whether he had been infected with coronavirus before or after having injected the antigen.
09.14. INFECTIONS AND HOSPITALIZED FOR CORONAVIRUS RISE IN CANTABRIA
Cantabria has registered 25 new coronavirus infections (seven more than the previous day) and a slight increase in the number of hospitalized, which is 24, two more than on Wednesday. Of them, six are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), one less on the previous day.
With these data, hospital occupancy rises seven tenths, to 2%, while that of the ICU falls almost one point (-0.8) and stands at 5.9%.
Most of the hospitalized are in the Valdecilla de Santander Hospital, with 20 Covid patients , six of them in the ICU; followed by Sierrallana, in Torrelavega, with three; and the Tres Mares de Reinosa that continues with a patient.
08.52. THE INCIDENCE OF THE CORONAVIRUS IN GERMANY CONTINUES TO DECLINE, WITH FOUR “LÄNDER” BELOW 10
The cumulative incidence in seven days in Germany stands at 18.6 new infections with coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants – with 15,496 cases in a week – compared to 19.3 yesterday and 29.7 last Friday.
Four federal states in the north of the country show incidences below 10: Saxony-Anhalt (9.9), Schleswig-Holstein (9.4), Brandenburg (7.8) and Mecklenburg-Antepomerania (6.0).
The health authorities reported 2,440 new infections in one day and 102 deaths with or from covid-19, compared to 3,165 new positives and 86 deaths a week ago, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) of virology updated last morning.
08.48. ITALY STUDIES NOT INOCULATING THE ASTRAZENECA CORONAVIRUS VACCINE TO CHILDREN UNDER 60 YEARS AFTER THE DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN
The Scientific and Technical Committee (Cts) Italian, set up to advise the Government during the pandemic of the coronavirus , is studying not supply the vaccine AstraZeneca children under 60 years after the death Thursday of a young woman of 18 who had been vaccinated against the coronavirus in the open days dedicated to the immunization of young people with this drug.
Although the different medical organizations had recommended the inoculation of the Anglo-Swedish drug only to those over 50 years of age to avoid the rare episodes of thrombosis that it can cause, some regions decided to vaccinate with AstraZeneca in the so-called “open days”, days without the need for reserve dedicated to young people.
In recent days, a group of 24 doctors and virologists had launched an appeal to show their disappointment at the decision to open vaccines with the serum of the Anglo-Swedish company to the youngest, due to the fact that the administration of this vaccine to under 40s, especially women, “may have more risks than benefits, although it rarely causes life-threatening complications.”
But the debate about the use of AstraZeneca among young people accelerated in the country especially after the death of the young woman from a cerebral thrombosis after having been vaccinated.
08.40. CORONAVIRUS CASES RISE AGAIN IN NAVARRA
Positive cases of coronavirus have registered a new rise in Navarra in recent hours.
The still provisional data provided by the Provincial Government indicate that 61 infections were detected yesterday, compared to 49 on Wednesday.
By area, the 6 positive ones from Ansoáin and the 5 from Tafalla and the Txantrea neighborhood of Pamplona stand out.
08.35. JOHNSON AND BIDEN ANNOUNCE DONATIONS OF MILLIONS OF DOSES OF CORONAVIRUS VACCINES
US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced donations of millions of coronavirus vaccines during their meeting prior to the G7 summit in Cornwall.
Johnson has stated that his country will start donating at least 100 million doses of the Covid-19 drug to countries that need them within a few weeks.
“As a result of the success of the UK vaccine program, we are now in a position to share some of our excess doses with those who need them,” he said, according to the BBC.
He also mentioned that he expects the group of G7 members to agree to collectively donate one billion doses of vaccines until 2022.
08.15. THE BOE PUBLISHES THE EXTENSION OF THE QUARANTINE DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS FOR TRAVELERS FROM INDIA
The Official State Gazette publishes this Friday the government order that extends the obligation to quarantine for ten days for all travelers arriving on flights from India “with or without intermediate stopovers”, with the possibility of “suspending the seventh day if the person undergoes a diagnostic test for active infection with a negative result. ”
In this way, it extends the preventive measure that already exists so that it remains in force until midnight on Saturday, June 26, which means extending the order that was approved on April 27 to establish “the quarantine conditions to which they must people from the Republic of India submit to their arrival in Spain during the health crisis situation caused by Covid-19 “.
All those affected “must remain at their home or accommodation, and must limit their travel, as well as the access of third parties to the home or accommodation, to those essential to carry out the following activities: purchase of food, pharmaceuticals and basic necessities ; assistance to health centers, services and establishments; and causes of force majeure or situation of need “.
07.40. CUBA WILL START A PEDIATRIC CLINICAL TRIAL OF ONE OF ITS POTENTIAL VACCINES AGAINST CORONAVIRUS
The Finlay Vaccine Institute (IFV) of Havana will begin a clinical trial in the pediatric population of the vaccine candidates Soberana 02 and Soberana Plus , two of the five that Cuba is developing against the coronavirus .
The tests were approved by the island’s regulatory authority, the Center for State Control of Medicines, Medical Equipment and Devices (CECMED) and will consist of a two-phase “sequential, open, adaptive and multicenter” trial, according to the information released. by this entity in a statement.
The objective will be “to evaluate the safety, reactogenicity and immunogenicity” of both formulas with an administration schedule of two doses of Soberana 02 and a third of Soberana Plus, applied at intervals of 28 days.
It is the same scheme used in the clinical trials in adults of these vaccine candidates, which are already in the final stretch of testing, awaiting data on effectiveness.
07.20 CHINA DETECTS 22 NEW POSITIVES FOR CORONAVIRUS, 9 OF THEM DUE TO LOCAL CONTAGION IN GUANGZHOU
The National Health Commission of China announced today the detection of 22 new positives of the coronavirus in the Asian country, of which 9 were infected locally in the small outbreak of the southeast province of Guangzhou.
The remaining 13 cases, diagnosed in travelers from outside the borders of mainland China, were detected in the municipalities of Beijing (1) and Shanghai (east, 2), and in the provinces of Fujian (southeast, 3), Guangzhou (Southeast, 2), Sichuan (Center, 2), Jiangsu (East, 1), Zhejiang (East, 1) and Yunnan (South, 1).
The data of new cases remain in line with those of the day before, when 21 infections were published of which 6 were local in Canton.
07.00. THE WHO WARNS THAT THE DELTA VARIANT OF THE CORONAVIRUS SHOWS “IMMUNE ESCAPE” AND THAT IT IS GAINING PRESENCE
For the second consecutive month, cases, hospitalizations and deaths from the coronavirus in the world continue to fall: last week 368,000 positives were registered, a fifth of those detected at the peak of the third wave in April, and deaths fell below out of 10,000 for the first time since last fall. Europe thus adds 55 million cases of coronavirus and 1.2 million deaths, 32% and 31% respectively of the total worldwide.
Community transmission continues to be, however, “widespread” and the Delta variant , first identified in India and which is more contagious and has shown “immune escape”, is gaining presence , while social gatherings and mobility increase and various festivals and sports tournaments will be held in the coming weeks and days.
“While we must acknowledge the progress made in most countries in the region, we must also admit that we are not out of the woods at all,” Kluge said , warning the 36 countries of the 53 in the European region that have lifted more restrictions. this week.
The head of WHO-Europe gave as an example last summer , when cases began to rise gradually in the youngest groups, infecting the rest, causing a “devastating” outbreak, confinement and loss of life in autumn and winter.
06.59. VACCINATION AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS OF ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE: BEFORE THE COURSE OR WHEN IT TOUCHES?
The Ministry of Health and the autonomous communities have still pending the debate on the advisability of vaccinating adolescents against the coronavirus before the school year begins, or when appropriate by age shift. According to the National Institute of Statistics, there are almost four million Spaniards: there are a total of 3,948,296 young people who are part of the age group between 12 and 19 years old.
In a joint press conference with the Minister of Education, Isabel Celaá, the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, explained that the idea would be to include this point in the vaccination strategy if so agreed by the Interterritorial Health Council, after a debate in the Commission of Public Health and the Presentation of Vaccines.
In fact, in the council held on Wednesday, Extremadura and other autonomous communities defended the vaccination with doses of Pfizer to the population between 12 and 16 years of age before the start of the next course.
On the other hand, health representatives from other communities opposed an advance and advocated continuing the vaccination process by age groups, so that, “when it comes” the turn of this youth group, they proceed to their vaccination.
06.58. MADRID BELIEVES THAT “IT SHOULD NOT BE A PROBLEM” TO GET VACCINATED AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS IN ANOTHER REGION
The acting Health Minister, Enrique Ruiz Escudero, believes that it is necessary to try to complete the vaccination schedule against the coronavirus in the same autonomous community, although “it should not be a problem” to do it in a different region, taking into account the technology available and that the health system is national.
“The key is the citation, more than the availability of vaccines,” he said in an interview in Onda Madrid Escudero, who believes that “being a national system and as the technology is, it should not be a problem.”