The incidence of coronavirus in Spain has dropped from the threshold of 100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants to 14 days for the first time since the end of June and stands at 96.3 this Thursday (five points less than Wednesday).

According to the latest report published by the Ministry of Health,

4,075 new infections and 101 deaths

have been diagnosed


while the positivity of the tests has fallen to 4.9%, so it is already below the maximum limit of 5 % this indicator must reach to control the pandemic, according to the WHO.

The data of the coronavirus in Spain

Total figures

: 4,926,324 confirmed coronavirus cases with a diagnostic test for active infection;

There have been 85,739 deaths with a positive test as of September 16.

  • 796,459 in Andalusia (11,020 dead)

  • 159,751 in Aragon (3,785 dead)

  • 70,703 in Asturias (2,063 dead)

  • 98,258 in the Balearic Islands (941 dead)

  • 93,974 in the Canary Islands (971 dead)

  • 45,627 in Cantabria (601 dead)

  • 235,752 in Castilla-La Mancha (6,372 dead)

  • 298,276 in Castilla y León (7,271 dead)

  • 908,716 in Catalonia (15,545 dead)

  • 7,465 in Ceuta (127 dead)

  • 507,446 in the Valencian Community (7,722 dead)

  • 101,873 in Extremadura (1,949 dead)

  • 185,639 in Galicia (2,609 dead)

  • 886,091 in Madrid (16,017 dead)

  • 10,876 in Melilla (106 dead)

  • 139,568 in Murcia (1,718 dead)

  • 82,260 in Navarra (1,235 dead)

  • 258,280 in the Basque Country (4,864 dead)

  • 39,310 in La Rioja (823 dead)

7.00 Spain has reported 300 deaths after the coronavirus vaccine, the "vast majority" related to the patient's previous situation

Spain has confirmed, until September 5, a total of 41,751 notifications of adverse events after the administration of 66,835,878 doses of vaccines against


, which would correspond to 62 notifications for every 100,000 doses administered.

Of these, 8,515 were considered serious and 300 had a fatal outcome.

This is reflected in the 8th Pharmacovigilance Report on



, published this Thursday by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (Aemps), which insisted that these events "cannot be considered related to vaccines by the mere fact of being notified ".

In fact, in the "vast majority" of the cases reported in Spain, the death "can be explained" by the "previous" clinical situation of the patient and / or by other treatments he was taking and the causes "are diverse without presenting a homogeneous pattern, "according to the agency.

In general, most notifications correspond to people between 18 and 65 years (88%) and mostly women (76%) and the most frequently reported events are still general disorders (fever and pain in the vaccination area) , the nervous system (headache and dizziness) and the musculoskeletal system (myalgia and arthralgia).

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