The data of the




continues to remain down.




have registered a certain decrease as well as the incidence, which is already very close to reaching the barrier of 150 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which means entering the average risk of transmission of the



The data of the coronavirus in Spain

    * Source: Ministry of Health

    Total figures: 3,142,358 confirmed coronavirus cases with a diagnostic test for active infection;

    There have been 70,501 deaths with a positive test as of March 4

  • 481,316 in


    (8,515 dead)

  • 107,398 in


    (3,297 dead)

  • 44,001 in


    (1,787 dead)

  • 56,286 in the

    Balearic Islands

    (729 dead)

  • 41,421 in the

    Canary Islands

    (606 dead)

  • 24,823 in


    517 dead)

  • 170,023 in

    Castilla-La Mancha

    (5,652 dead)

  • 206,893 in

    Castilla y León

    (6,440 dead)

  • 506,216 in


    (10,899 dead)

  • 4,704 in


    (85 dead)

  • 380,580 in the

    Valencian Community

    (6,755 dead)

  • 69,208 in


    (1,728 dead)

  • 112,535 in


    (2,237 dead)

  • 591,869 in


    (14,068 dead)

  • 7,070 in


    (72 dead)

  • 106,694 in


    (1,502 dead)

  • 51,562 in


    (1,102 dead)

  • 152,230 in the

    Basque Country

    (3,782 dead)

  • 27,529 in

    La Rioja

    (728 dead)


Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to Europe's rescue: large caliber, but little ammunition




is lately synonymous with good news.

Especially for Russia, which presented it last year saying it would be "reliable and efficient like a kalashnikov."

Specialists have concluded that the first Russian vaccine is safe and effective.

Dozens of countries around the world have been interested and the EU has begun to examine it to approve its use in the face of the current insufficient dose.

But for now, Russia, which is also slow in terms of the percentage of the vaccinated population, lacks the necessary production capacity for Sputnik V to change the situation in Europe.

The Russian vaccine is a high-caliber weapon, but with little ammunition.

The Kremlin funded

Sputnik V

research and testing

last year in a race against time to shine in the new 'vaccine diplomacy' by supplying its creation on international markets.

But production plants cannot be improvised.

Russia must now rely on plants in Brazil, India and South Korea if it is to meet the goal of vaccinating nearly a tenth of the world's population.

But this outsourcing also takes time and the vaccines that Moscow boasts come with a dropper.

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New Zealand to lift Auckland city coronavirus lockdown on Sunday

The New Zealand government announced this Friday that it will lift on Sunday the confinement that it imposed on February 27 on 1.7 million inhabitants of the city of Auckland, the most populated in the country, after serving five days without local infections.

From March 7 at 6 a.m. local time, the alert level in Auckland will drop from level 3 to 2, which will allow its inhabitants to take to the streets, while respecting the rules of physical distancing and the use of masks facials in public transport, among other restrictions.

In addition to these measures, which will be reviewed in five days, the New Zealand authorities lowered the alert level for the rest of the territory from 2 to 1, which represents a return to normality.


The coronavirus is "particularly attracted" to blood group A



, the virus that causes


, feels "particularly attracted" by antigen blood group found in respiratory cells, suggests a study published in the journal Advances Blood.

Although it is necessary, according to the authors, to continue researching to understand the influence that blood type has on



, this article adds to the findings of previous studies that already pointed to a possible relationship between blood type and susceptibility and severity of the aforementioned disease.

To reach their conclusions, researchers in the now published study evaluated a protein on the surface of the



called the receptor-binding domain, or RBD.

RBD -which is within the Spike protein- is the part of the virus that adheres to host cells, making it an important research objective to understand how infection occurs, the American Society of Hematology explains in a statement. .

In laboratory experiments, the team analyzed how



interacted with each blood type.

They found that it had a "strong preference" to bind to

blood group A

found in respiratory cells;

however, he did not show a predilection for red blood cells of blood group A, nor for other blood groups found in respiratory cells or red blood cells.


The US registers less than 40,000 daily cases of choroanvirus for the first time in months

The United States on Thursday recorded fewer than 40,000 new



in the past 24 hours for the first time in five months, according to the Johns Hopkins University pandemic monitoring system.

This number peaked at nearly 300,000 new cases on January 8 in the country hardest hit by the


, with more than half a million deaths from the disease.

But now it's back down to levels before Thanksgiving celebrations in November and Christmas, when travel and gatherings defied safety warnings, and were the cause of further spread of the virus in the United States. .

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