Despite the good progress of vaccination and the limited impact, which at the moment, is having an increase in the incidence of coronavirus cases, the Spaniards are pessimistic about the evolution of the pandemic.
Specifically, 58.5% of Spaniards say they are very or quite concerned about the new data from the COVID-19, although in this respect the percentage of population that claims not to be anything or very little concerned about the same issue is also high: 40.1%. While the remaining 4.1% is undecided.
In fact, 67.3% of respondents believe that the increase in Covid-19 cases in Europe will end up affecting our country in the same way, with 23.2% pointing out that the high percentage of vaccinated population will prevent this scenario from recurring in Spain.
The results of this survey come after the Ministry of Health recorded yesterday an increase of 20 in the cumulative incidence, which is already in 132 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
According to the same data, there are 522 patients in the ICU of Covid (64 more than on Friday), while in the ICU there are 2,880 admitted (492 more).
In addition, communities have reported 22 more deaths in the past three days, bringing the total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic to 87,832.
Transmission of the Covid, which totals 5,096,538 infections since the beginning of the pandemic, has increased in all communities over the past three days. The worsening situation today places the Basque Country, with 286.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days, at extreme risk (over 250 cases), next to Navarre, with 373.5.