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Health has notified 3,261 new coronavirus infections and 155 deaths, while the

cumulative incidence

drops more than six points in 24 hours to 109.3 cases, so 15 communities are at

medium risk

of transmission (incidence between 50 and 150 cases ).

This indicator is the majority in all the communities, but Ceuta (225.6) and the Basque Country (154.9) continue to be at

high risk

of contagion, while Melilla is the only territory at

extreme risk


Asturias is the only community at low risk, with an incidence of 39.9 cases.

No community is in a

new normal.

The data of the coronavirus in Spain

Total figures

: 4,918,526 confirmed coronavirus cases with a diagnostic test for active infection;

There have been 85,548 deaths with a positive test as of September 14.

  • 795,191 in Andalusia (10,998 dead)

  • 159,538 in Aragon (3,769 dead)

  • 70,683 in Asturias (2,061 dead)

  • 98,069 in the Balearic Islands (933 dead)

  • 93,745 in the Canary Islands (966 killed)

  • 45,530 in Cantabria (601 dead)

  • 235,262 in Castilla-La Mancha (6,350 dead)

  • 298,020 in Castilla y León (7,266 dead)

  • 906,798 in Catalonia (15,475 dead)

  • 7,439 in Ceuta (127 dead)

  • 506,740 in the Valencian Community (7,711 dead)

  • 101,767 in Extremadura (1,937 dead)

  • 185,431 in Galicia (2,605 dead)

  • 884,983 in Madrid (16,011 dead)

  • 10,847 in Melilla (105 dead)

  • 139,251 in Murcia (1,715 dead)

  • 82,171 in Navarra (1,233 dead)

  • 257,776 in the Basque Country (4,863 dead)

  • 39,285 in La Rioja (822 dead)

07.30 Starting on September 20, Madrid's nightlife returns

From this next Monday, September 20, nightlife in the region

may open until 6:00 a.m.

, and its capacity will increase to 75% indoors and up to 100% on terraces, with tables for up to 10 people.

There are mixed feelings in the Madrid night.

First, a notorious illusion after the new measures announced this Monday by the president of the Community, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, to

recover the hours prior to the pandemic

in bars and discos.

But also a slight discomfort, due to measures that should have come before, and a certain nonconformity when understanding that "there


still a long

way to go


Madrid's nightclubs are preparing a 'super Sunday' ... And Toni 2 announces his return on Thursday 23

07.15 Moderna's coronavirus vaccine stimulates a long-lasting immune response and does not need a booster dose

Moderna's vaccine against the


lasts at least six months and there is no indication that a booster dose is necessary, according to a study from the University of La Jolla (USA) published today in the journal



The memory of the immune system remains strong in this period, even with a low dose of Moderna preparation, and is similar to the response of people who have recovered from the disease.

This period of time is "fundamental because it is when the true immunological memory is formed," said Daniela Weiskopf, one of the authors of the research, cited by the university center.

Moderna's preparation (mRNA-1273) elicited a strong response of CD4 + and CD8 + T cells, as well as antibodies, for "at least six months" after the participants in the clinical trial were fully vaccinated, although it is likely that the immune response could last longer.

This "strong" immune memory lasted in all age groups, even those over 70, a group especially vulnerable to




Immune memory was stable, and that "was impressive," it is "a good indicator" of the durability of messenger RNA vaccines, "added another of the study's authors, Shane Crotty.

07.00 Family doctors warn that persistent Covid appears increasingly in younger patients

The spokesman for the Spanish Society of General and Family Physicians (SEMG), Dr. Lorenzo Armenteros, has warned that primary care faces a double challenge for the future: addressing the persistent symptoms of



and chronic pathology , which is now appearing at an earlier age.

This was pointed out at the II Symposium of the Health Observatory that is being held these days in Madrid and where he pointed out that "you have to be very attentive to this type of patient."

The SEMG spokesperson addressed in this forum 'Side effects, diseases and sequelae in patients who have been affected by



In his speech, he added that "we are at a time when we have this large group of patients and generated work, and in which we must also maintain everything that a patient needs from his family doctor: the monitoring of his hypertension, his diabetes, his arthritic pathology, etc. and any disease he had before the pandemic. "

According to Dr. Armenteros, "it is a challenge that can be faced, and I am optimistic about it."

The representative of the SEMG reiterated that all the demand that has been made of the first level of care is necessary.

Primary care "is highly prepared and specialized in this country, and it will be able, with the appropriate means, to face this challenge, if the political will is truly put into giving this quality of care to patients, who are the ones who deserve it" .

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