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  • Figures. Spain adds 19,096 new cases, 8,943 in the last 24 hours, and 349 deaths

  • Tourism: The Government recoils from the pressure of the CCAA and will demand PCR from all tourists from countries at risk



could be a reality in the

spring, which no longer a medium -

term horizon before the

devastating second wave of the coronavirus,

which seems to

have passed the peak in Spain but not in


, where its effects are in many cases ,

greater than those of the first.

Health has notified this Wednesday

19,096 new infections and 349 deaths,

bringing the total to over 40,000 (40,105, according to the official count, far from the 60,000 excess mortality since March verified by the Mortality Monitoring System ( MoMo) of the Carlos III Health Institute.

The same day that the



revealed that

the opinion about the Government has worsened

for 59.9% of Spaniards, the Executive has made two announcements to correct as many delays: it will reduce the VAT from 21% to 4%. masks and will require PCR tests for travelers arriving in Spain from risk areas.

A measure that the Community of Madrid repeatedly requested with the argument that sufficiently rigorous controls were not carried out on passengers arriving through the Barajas airport, to which Health defended itself arguing that less than 1% of the cases detected are imported.

In addition to this general account of the



news by news, you can also follow the last hour of Catalonia, Andalusia and Galicia.

The data of the coronavirus in Spain

    * Source: Ministry of Health

    Total figures: 1,417,709 coronavirus cases confirmed with diagnostic test of active infection;

    40,105 dead with positive test on November 11

  • 179,693 in


    (3,037 dead)

  • 66,323 in


    (1,911 dead)

  • 16,396 in


    (622 dead)

  • 21,048 in the

    Balearic Islands

    (380 dead)

  • 18,772 in the

    Canary Islands

    (308 dead)

  • 12,224 in


    (269 dead)

  • 74,586 in

    Castilla-La Mancha

    (3,504 dead)

  • 101,105 in

    Castilla y León

    (3,999 dead)

  • 273,041 in


    (7,311 dead)

  • 2,345 in


    (39 dead)

  • 77,423 in the

    Valencian Community

    (1,970 dead)

  • 24,649 in


    (805 dead)

  • 40,772 in


    (1029 dead)

  • 326,408 in


    (10,946 dead)

  • 3,494 in


    (30 dead)

  • 46,631 in


    (442 dead)

  • 36,842 in


    (776 dead)

  • 81,370 in the

    Basque Country

    (2,229 dead)

  • 14,587 in

    La Rioja

    (498 dead)


Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine Volunteers Explain Side Effects: "It Was Like A Strong Hangover"

Several volunteers testing the vaccine




revealed to British newspaper The Mirror who suffered side effects comparable to those of a flu vaccine, and one compared them

to "a hangover".

Volunteers described their pride in being part of the experiment, with one comparing the advance to the end of World War I in its importance to humanity.

Among these is


, a 45-year-old woman from Missouri, who said that after being vaccinated she suffered from a headache, fever and body aches.

He states that the side effects after his first injection were like those of a flu shot and more severe after the second.

Glenn Deshields

, 44, of Austin, compared the side effects to "a strong hangover."

Deshields explained to the newspaper that after receiving the two injections an antibody test was carried out and it was positive, so he was sure that he had not received the placebo.

7.00 Madrid looks optimistically at Christmas and does not plan to close the December long weekend

The Government of the Community of Madrid considers that we are going "in the right direction" towards Christmas and does not foresee for the moment to close the region on the bridge of December, although it has made a call to "not trust" because "there is still much left" and the evolution of the coronavirus data must be analyzed.

"We are going moderately well towards Christmas, then this is a reason to be calm and we are going in the right direction. However, we must not trust at all," said the president of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who highlighted that the data of coronavirus are "relatively good" in the Community.

In his opinion, the regional government measures (which include mobility restrictions through basic health areas) "work", although he pointed out that "we should not trust at all", since for Christmas "there is still a lot" and you have to analyze the data every seven and fifteen days.

She has insisted that she is still not satisfied, since the Community of Madrid must continue working to lower the curve, and has recalled her request that antigen tests can be done in pharmacies, dental clinics and also by podiatrists.

The Community of Madrid closed during the All Saints and Almudena bridge to try to contain the expansion of the coronavirus by prohibiting the entry and exit of people except for justified reasons, although it does not plan to do so on the December bridge.

"It is not planned to close Madrid on the Constitution bridge, there will be a long time to reach that bridge. The objective has to be to continue down the curve and do everything in our power to lower it to the maximum and enter December with the better guarantees and with the least possible restrictions ", has commented the Madrid vice president, Ignacio Aguado.

The cumulative incidence of the Community of Madrid stands at 332.23 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days compared to the national average of 514.25, according to the Ministry of Health in its daily report.

However, the Community of Madrid has reported nearly double the number of new coronavirus infections, going from 1,217 on Tuesday to 2,271 this Wednesday, of which 1,072 correspond to the last 24 hours, while the number of deaths in hospitals in a day has dropped from 29 to 28.

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