The autonomous communities have notified this Wednesday to Ministry of Health 9,212 new cases of Covid-19, 3,809 of them diagnosed in the last 24 hours. These figures indicate that the downward trend continues, as they are lower than those of the same day last week, when 10,829 positives were reported.

The total number of infections in Spain already rises to 3,170,644 since the start of the pandemic, according to official statistics. The cumulative incidence in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants stands at 218, up from 235 yesterday. In the past two weeks, a total of 102,832 positives have been registered.

Of the 3,809 positives diagnosed yesterday, 218 have occurred in Andalusia, 212 in Aragon, 158 in Asturias, 34 in Baleares, 203 in the Canary Islands, 56 in Cantabria, 27 in Castilla-La Mancha, 304 in Castilla y León, 207 in Catalonia, 18 in Ceuta, 266 in the Valencian Community, 37 in Extremadura, 104 in Galicia, 1,460 in Madrid, 24 in Melilla, 49 in Murcia, 63 in Navarra, 352 in the Basque Country and 17 in La Rioja.

Since last February 14 and until February 20, the autonomous communities have carried out 932,034 diagnostic tests, of which 572,935 have been PCR and 359,099 antigen tests, with an overall rate per 100,000 inhabitants of 1,981. The total positivity rate stands at 7.41%, compared to 7.59% yesterday.


In this Wednesday’s report 389 new deaths have been added, compared to 337 last Wednesday. Up to 68,468 people with a positive diagnostic test have died since the virus arrived in Spain, according to data collected by the Ministry. In the last week, 873 people with a coronavirus diagnosis have died in Spain.

In the last week, 873 people with a confirmed positive coronavirus diagnosis have died in Spain: 198 in Andalusia, 49 in Aragon, 40 in Asturias, nine in the Balearic Islands, 17 in the Canary Islands, three in Cantabria, 56 in Castilla-La Mancha, 69 in Castile and Leon, 40 in Catalonia, three in Ceuta, 145 in the Valencian Community, 21 in Extremadura, 53 in Galicia, 73 in Madrid, six in Melilla, 35 in Murcia, eight in Navarra, 37 in the Basque Country and 11 in La Rioja.

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Currently, there are 13,495 patients admitted for Covid-19 throughout Spain (14,169 yesterday) and 3,241 in the ICU (3,365 yesterday). In the last 24 hours, there have been 1,056 admissions (1,191 yesterday) and 1,776 new arrivals (1,994 yesterday). The occupancy rate of beds occupied by coronavirus stands at 10.67% (11.27% yesterday) and in ICUs at 30.55% (31.54% yesterday).

Up to 2,578 people have required hospitalization for coronavirus in the last week (313,921 so far in the pandemic): 532 in Andalusia, 152 in Aragon, 177 in Asturias, 22 in the Balearic Islands, 68 in the Canary Islands, 84 in Cantabria, 36 in Castilla-La Mancha, 189 in Castilla y León, 172 in Catalonia, one in Ceuta, 215 in the Valencian Community, 42 in Extremadura, 228 in Galicia, 459 in Madrid, nine in Melilla, 92 in Murcia, 36 in Navarra, 43 in the Basque Country and 21 in La Rioja.

Likewise, 260 admissions to intensive care units (ICU) have been registered in the last seven days (27,304 since the virus arrived in Spain): 39 in Andalusia, 18 in Aragon, 15 in Asturias, one in the Balearic Islands, 14 in the Canary Islands, 13 in Cantabria, seven in Castilla-La Mancha, 11 in Castilla y León, seven in Catalonia, none in Ceuta, 16 in the Valencian Community, four in Extremadura, 50 in Galicia, 45 in Madrid, one in Melilla, six in Murcia, six in Navarra, five in the Basque Country and two in The Rioja.


The autonomous communities have administered until this Wednesday a total of 3,284,678 doses of the coronavirus vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca (119,487 of them in the last 24 hours). This represents 72.8% of those distributed, which amount to 4,508,845 units, 886,680 more than yesterday.

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In addition, a total of 1,221,183 people have already received the second dose from which immunity begins to be generated, 12,878 more than this Monday. This represents 37.2 percent of the total doses administered.

The data indicate that in this period 3,508,245 doses of Pfizer, with 2,979,230 administered; 192,000 corresponding to Modern, with 138,930 already inoculated; and 808,600 of AstraZeneca, with which 166,518 people have been vaccinated.

By autonomous communities, Andalusia has already administered 653,919 out of 842,810 received; Aragon 115,419 of 141,535; Asturias 104,014 of 135,755; Baleares 54,156 of 79,620; Canary Islands 127,794 of 173,940; Cantabria 51,298 of 68,525; Castilla y León 229,483 of 300,885; and Castilla-La Mancha 150,359 of 211,175.

Likewise, Catalonia has administered 531,016 doses and has received 734,510; the Valencian Community 286,962 of 389,910; Extremadura 98,839 of 125,955; Galicia 179,141 of 235,025; La Rioja 25,411 of 34,945; Madrid 385,692 of 605,415; Murcia 110,564 of 153,535; Navarra 53,145 of 69,825; Basque Country 117,427 of 194,210; Ceuta 5,705 of 6,220; and Melilla 4,334 of 5,050.

The Ministry of Health has provided this information in the activity report of the vaccination process against Covid-19 based on data collected between December 27, the day the vaccinations began, and this first day of February.

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