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Spain reports 2,528 new cases of COVID in 24 hours

BayRadio | October 21, 2021
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The cumulative incidence of coronavirus in Spain has risen 1.25 points this Wednesday and stands at 43.15 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the latest report offered by the Ministry of Health, which counts 2,528 new cases and 31 deaths by COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.

Communities continue to ease their restrictions to control the pandemic and regain peak capacity, while they have already administered more than 71 million doses of Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Oxford and Janssen vaccines since the campaign’s launch nearly nine months ago, although the daily pace is slowing down.

More than 37 million people have the complete regimen to combat coronavirus (78.2% of the population), more than 37.9 million have received at least one dose (79.9%) and more than 400,000 have already received the third dose.

The compulsory COVID certificate is making its way around the world, following France’s demand for health workers and Italy’s demand for all employees to enter their jobs, the City of New York is joining in and will demand it from all public employees. Russia proposes an alternative to stop the pandemic, a week of paid holidays, from 30 October to 7 November.

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