Galicia continues in a downward trend with Boiro as the most important focus


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Galicia maintains the positive trend in the evolution of the coronavirus in recent weeks, with all its indicators in decline With the exception of the Coruña municipality of Boiro, which makes the Santiago and Barbanza health area the only one that worsens their situation.

This Thursday a total of 287 new cases, a figure significantly lower than the 366 on the same day of the previous week that comes from more PCR tests -7,970 compared to 6,245- but with a much lower positivity, 3.6% compared to 5.86%.

Active cases they drop to 5,795, with a general decline in all health areas except Santiago and Barbanza.

The negative note in the data published this Thursday is put by the Santiago health area, where they have been notified 77 new positives and the total number of active cases grows again, all of this caused by the epidemiological situation of Boiro, with an incidence of 945 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.

The results of the screenings carried out in this Coruña municipality over the last few days have revealed up to 70 positives in asymptomatic people, the highest number in tests of this type, bringing to 148 the total number of cases detected in the last two weeks.

Hospital pressure continues its downward trend, with four people hospitalized less than last day for a total of 371, with 321 in the ward and 50 in intensive care units.

In the last hours it has been notified the death of six people -four from nursing homes- related to the coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths to 1,287 since the start of the pandemic and to 668 in the second wave.

The 5,795 active cases registered this Thursday in Galicia are distributed among the areas of Vigo, with 1,425 -74 less than the previous day-; La Coruña, with 1,146 -47 less-; Pontevedra and O Salnés, with 856 -15 less-; Santiago and Barbanza, with 817 -32 more-; Ferrol, with 596 -equal-; Lugo, with 591 -15 less-, and Orense, with 13 less for a total of 364.


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