The second wave of coronavirus shows signs of stability in Spain

The second wave of the pandemic caused by coronavirus begins to show signs of stabilization in Spain. The cumulative incidence falls for the fifth day in a row and is below 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants for the first time in two weeks. Another good news is that ICU occupancy and hospital pressure drop slightly.

On the other hand, the Ministry of Health reported yesterday, Friday, November 13, the number of 308 deaths, as well as 21,371 new
positive Y 8,775 cases diagnosed in the last 24 hours. With these numbers, the total number of infections since the pandemic began stands at 1,498,591 and the number of deaths to 40,769.

One of the best news that has been received is that the occupation of the ICU
yields slightly up to 31.75%, while the Pressure
hospitable it has fallen for the fifth consecutive day to 16.5%. We recall that several communities began to see the high increase in intensive care occupations as a worrying fact.

The Minister of Health, the Socialist Salvador Illa, stressed that the situation of the pandemic continues to be “very complicated”. Despite this, Illa has recognized that there are signs of stabilization, for which she has asked the autonomies “a temperance point”.

Castilla y León increases measures and restrictions to stop the coronavirus

The autonomous community registered this past Friday the record number of deaths in 24 hours in public hospitals in the second wave with 39 deaths. Due to this, they have been decreed measurements
preventive, specifically the closure of casinos, bingos, betting houses and other premises dedicated to the gaming sector at least until November 26.