January 24, 2022 1:42 pm

Castilla y León arrives at the Constitution Bridge at high risk after exceeding the incidence of 319 cases

Castilla y León is once again at high risk, reaching a 14-day incidence of 320 cases per one hundred thousand inhabitants. The situation is not the same in all provinces, within this dangerous range are Valladolid -412 cases-, Ávila -391-, Burgos -324-, León -318- and Salamanca -312-. While at the medium risk level are Zamora -239-, Palencia -230-, Soria -222- and Segovia -183-. The sixth wave of Covid continues to grow in Castilla y León. The Community reported 997 new infections yesterday compared to 602 on Friday, November 26. Regarding the number of deaths in hospitals, the figure rises to 6,270, when registering three new deaths in the last day in Ávila (two) and Soria. In addition, in nursing homes, according to the Family Ministry, one death was registered, which places 4,190 deaths in these places. In hospitals, the effects of the incidence are beginning to be noticed. In total, in the last part, it was reported that there were 306 Covid patients, 31 people more than in the part of Thursday. Of all of them, 52 patients are in the Intensive Care Unit, five more than the previous update. Meanwhile, on the floor, 26 people required admission to raise the figure to 254. The degree of occupancy of ICU beds by patients with coronavirus stands at around 14 percent, which according to the parameters of the Board, means being in a medium risk situation. By provinces, León and Zamora are concerned, with 26% and 16% of their positions occupied. The plant situation is better in all hospitals, since Castilla y León is, with 4.23 percent, at low risk. Keeping “the guard up” The president of the Junta de Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, made an appeal to the population yesterday, now that the Bridge of the Constitution and the Immaculate Conception are beginning and Christmas is approaching, so that keep your “guard up” and exercise extreme caution with Covid. Therefore, he asked that the measures recommended by the health authorities be complied with, such as the use of a mask, social distance, ventilation and hand washing. “This is everyone’s responsibility, to protect ourselves and those around us, who are loved ones and friends,” said Fernández Mañueco. The regional chief executive pointed out that the Board wants to continue betting on increasing the rate of vaccination as “the best shield to fight against the virus.” Precisely, immunization with third doses continues during the bridge. The Health Management of the Territorial Delegation of the Board in Valladolid summoned people born between 1955 and 1958 in Miguel Delibes between December 6 and 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:20 p.m., the first three days, and also from 3:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 7.30pm on the 9th and 10th, informs Ical.


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