Galicia maintains 37 municipalities on red alert for the coronavirus

The seven-day incidence map has only experienced the incorporation of Boiro at the orange level in the last day

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, 27 (EUROPA PRESS)

The number of Galician municipalities at the maximum alert level, 3, due to the incidence of the coronavirus in the last week remains this Tuesday at 37, the same as the previous day, including the seven large cities.

With this, according to the map ‘traffic light’ updated daily by the Ministry of Health, repeat in level 3 for the pandemic the municipalities of Ferrol, Santiago, Pontevedra, Vigo, Ourense, Lugo, Carballo, Vimianzo, O Porriño, O Barco , Lalín, O Carballiño, Verín, Narón, Oleiros, Arteixo, A Laracha, Ames, Teo, A Estrada, Vilagarcía, Poio, Cangas, Salvaterra do Miño, Tui, Monforte, Fene, Marín, Redondela, Barbadás, Xinzo, Cambre, Muros, Silleda, Soutomaior and Ribadavia.

The entry into the maximum risk level of all these localities implies that they detected more than 21 cases of coronavirus in the last seven days. However, in cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, the threshold to detect the warning depends on the size: Ferrol –more than 76 cases in a week–, Pontevedra –more than 96–, Santiago –more out of 112–, Lugo –more than 112–, Ourense –more than 120–, A Coruña –more than 276– and Vigo –more than 332–.

Meanwhile, in situation two –in the orange color of the map– 22 municipalities are located, one more than on Monday, after the incorporation of Boiro (A Coruña). The rest are: Mesía, Ordes, Neda, Malpica, Culleredo, Gondomar, Oroso, Cuntis, Bóveda, Ponteareas, Nigrán, Brión, Salceda de Caselas, Pontedeume, Noia, Boqueixón, Cerceda, Cambados, Viana do Bolo, Viveiro and Monterrei.

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In orange, municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants with between 138 and 332 new cases of COVID-19 per week per 100,000 inhabitants and in those with a smaller population with between 14 and 20 cases.

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