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The number of people hospitalised by Covid in the Region of Murcia rises by 32% in the last week

All the Autonomous Regions, except the Balearic Islands, register increases in the number of people hospitalised by Covid
All the Autonomous Regions, except the Balearic Islands, register increases in the number of people hospitalised by Covid

The Region of Murcia has 307 people hospitalised with coronavirus, according to the report of Friday 8 July, while the report of 1 July had 232 patients, a rise of 32% in the last week.

In addition, the Region has nine more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported one more death in the last week.

Nationally, the number of people hospitalised with coronavirus in Spain has risen by 17.8% in the last week, with significant increases in all autonomous communities except the Balearic Islands. There has also been a 13.1% rise in Covid-19 patients in intensive care and the Ministry of Health has reported 619 new deaths from the pandemic since last Friday.

Specifically, the Health Ministry reported on Friday that 12,080 people are currently hospitalised in Spain, 1,831 more than on the previous Friday, 1 July, when 10,249 patients were reported hospitalised. Meanwhile, this Friday, 8 July, there are 508 people in ICU, 59 more than last Friday.

In any case, this is a comparison of the number of people hospitalised in the autonomous communities:

ANDALUSIA
In the report of Friday 8 July, Andalusia has 737 people hospitalised due to coronavirus, while in the report of 1 July it had 622 patients, an increase of 18% in the last week. It has six fewer patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 41 deaths in the last week.

ARAGON
As of Friday, 8 July, Aragon has 308 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 255 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 20% in the last week. It has one less patient in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 18 deaths in the last week.

ASTURIAS
As of Friday, 8 July, Asturias has 337 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 226 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 49% in the last week. It has the same number of patients in intensive care as last Friday and has reported 26 more deaths in the last week.

BALEARIC
On the report of Friday 8 July, the Balearic Islands has 302 people hospitalised due to coronavirus, while on the report of 1 July it had 321 patients, a decrease of 6% in the last week. It has four more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 10 deaths since last week.

CANARY ISLANDS
As of Friday, 8 July, the Canary Islands had 440 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 360 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 22% over the last week. It has five more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 25 deaths since last week.

CANTABRIA
As of Friday, 8 July, Cantabria has 71 people hospitalised due to coronavirus, compared to 47 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 51% in the last week. It has one less patient in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 8 deaths since last week.

CASTILLA-LA MANCHA
As of Friday, 8 July, Castilla-La Mancha has 597 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 514 patients as of 8 July, an increase of 16% in the last week. It has three more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 56 more deaths since last week.

CASTILLA Y LEÓN
As of Friday, 8 July, Castilla y León has 809 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 587 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 37% in the last week. It has two fewer patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 12 deaths since last week.

CATALONIA
On the report of Friday 8 July, Catalonia has 2,849 people hospitalised with coronavirus, while on the report of 1 July it had 2,669 patients, an increase of 6% in the last week. It has three more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 166 deaths since last week.

CEUTA
As of Friday, 8 July, Ceuta has 26 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 12 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 116% in the last week. It has the same number of patients in intensive care as last Friday.

VALENCIAN COMMUNITY
On the report of Friday 8 July, the Valencian Community has 1,093 people hospitalised with coronavirus, while on the report of 1 July it had 903 patients, an increase of 21% in the last week. It has eight more patients in intensive care than last Friday and has reported 33 deaths in the last week.

EXTREMADURA
As of Friday, 8 July, Extremadura has 182 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 121 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 50%. It has two more patients in intensive care than last Friday and has reported 15 deaths since last week.

GALICIA
As of Friday, 8 July, Galicia has 874 hospitalised coronavirus patients, compared to 617 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 41% in the last week. It has 15 more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 48 deaths in the last week.

MADRID
As of Friday, 8 July, Madrid has 2,318 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 2,157 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 7% in the last week. It has 12 more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 53 deaths in the last week.

MELILLA
As of Friday, 8 July, Melilla has 14 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 8 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 75%. It has the same patients in intensive care since last Friday.

NAVARRA
As of Friday, 8 July, Navarre has 134 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 84 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 59% in the last week. It has had two more patients in intensive care since last Friday and has reported 12 deaths in the last week.

BASQUE COUNTRY
As of Friday, 8 July, the Basque Country has 634 people hospitalised with coronavirus, compared to 467 patients as of 1 July, an increase of 35% in the last week. It has seven more patients in intensive care than last Friday and has reported 94 deaths in the last week.

THE RIOJA
On the report of Friday, 8 July, La Rioja has 48 people hospitalised with coronavirus, while on the report of 1 July it had 47 patients, an increase of 2% in the last week. It has three fewer patients in intensive care than last Friday and has reported one death in the last week.

 

 

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