Deaths from the new coronavirus have increased across Spain this Friday to 56 in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number to 28,628, according to the report published by the Ministry of Health this afternoon. This is a small increase compared to yesterday when 48 deaths were registered, although the data for Catalonia was not included.
In addition, 234,824 people have tested positive via a PCR test, another 446 more in one day, 102 more than on Thursday; 11,462 people have been admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICU), 20 in the last 24 hours; and 124,642 have required hospitalisation, 123 in the last day.
Of the 446 positives registered this Friday, 29 are in Andalusia (12,576 in total); 30 in Aragon (5,618); 2 Asturias (2,376); 13 in the Balearic Islands (2,037); 5 Canary Islands (2,312); 5 in Cantabria (2,284 in total); 41 in Castilla-La Mancha (16,830); and 47 in Castilla y León (18,674).
In Catalonia there have been 150 more cases (57,036); in Ceuta 5 (124); in the Valencian Community 34 (11.021); in Extremadura 2 (3,044); in Galicia 7 (9,084); in Madrid 53 (67,425); in Murcia two (1,572); in Navarra 5 (5,200); in the Basque Country 13 (13,454); and in La Rioja 3 (4,036).
Regarding the deaths, Asturias, the Canary Islands, Cantabria, Ceuta, Melilla and Murcia have not reported any deceased in the last 24 hours. However, in Andalusia 1,377 people have already died (2 in the last 24 hours); in Aragon 858 (10 in one day); in Asturias 307; in the Balearic Islands 222 (1 more); in the Canary Islands 155; in Cantabria 209; in Castilla-La Mancha 2,929 (10 in the last 24 hours); and in Castilla y León 1,961 (1 more).
Three people have died in Catalonia as a result of the coronavirus in the last 24 hours (6,656 in total); in Ceuta, there have been 4 deaths since the start of the pandemic; in the Valencian Community 1,389 (6 more in one day); in Extremadura 506 (one person on the last day); in Galicia 609 (one more); in Madrid 8,944 (13 in the last 24 hours); in Melilla 2; in Murcia 149; in Navarra 508 (2 more); in the Basque Country 1,487 (4 in one day); and in La Rioja 356 (2 more).
Of the admissions to an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), the total is now 11,462, of which 20 have been admitted in the last 24 hours. However, there has only been one in Andalusia (1), Castilla-La Mancha (1), Castilla y León (2), Comunidad Valenciana (1), Madrid (10) and Murcia (5).
A total of 124,642 people have required hospitalisation for COVID-19, 123 but the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Extremadura, Melilla and Murcia have not registered any new hospitalisation.
Alicante Province registers three deaths twelve new cases
In the whole of the Valencian Community seven people have died in the last hours – In Alicante there are still 19 people in Intensive Care Units
The coronavirus pandemic has left three more dead in the province of Alicante (494 in total) and 7 in the whole of the Valencian Community, according to data published by the Ministry of Health. In the province, there has been a slight rebound since the previous day, when there were no deaths from coronavirus .
The number of patients in Intensive Care Units has decreased by 50% in the last week. As of today, there are only 34 people in ICU in the entire Community, 5 fewer than in the update onThursday. By provinces: 4 in Castellón, 19 in Alicante and 11 in the province of Valencia.
The number of hospitalized coronavirus patients has also seen a 40% decrease in the last week. At the moment there are 245 people admitted, 26 fewer than yesterday. By provinces: 18 in Castellón, 77 in Alicante and 150 in the province of Valencia.
Discharges also continue to increase. 186 more have been registered since the last update, bringing the total of people who have been cured in the Community to 10,709: 1,418 in the province of Castellón, 3,872 in Alicante and 5,414 in Valencia. They account for 70% of all positive cases.
As for new positive cases , since the update on Tuesday, 35 new cases have been detected through PCR, bringing the total number of positives to 11,021 since the pandemic began. By provinces. Twelve of these new positives have been registered in the province of Alicante, which now totals 3,840 cases.
Of all the positive cases detected, 3,156 are currently active, representing only 20.6%.
The number of discharges of health professionals is 2,119 and the total number of positives in medical staff at the moment is 578.
For the third consecutive day , there are no deaths of care home residents due to coronaviruses. As of today there are positive cases in 82 centers (10 in the province of Castellón, 35 in Alicante and 37 in the province of Valencia).
Currently, 28 residences in the Valencian Community are under active sanitary control by the Ministry: 8 in the province of Castellón, 7 in the province of Alicante and 13 in the province of Valencia.