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Report below updated in Spain at 18h on Fri 25 Sept

CORONAVIRUS in SPAIN – latest Health Ministry figures

The latest official figure* released by the Spanish Health Ministry on Friday 25 September for the number of people who have tested positive for Coronavirus (Covid-19) is now 716,481. This is an overall increase of 12,272 against the figure released on Thursday – although the ministry claims that 4,122 of these infections have occurred in the past 24 hours. Figures yesterday excluded updates from Andalusia for ‘technical reasons’.

The ministry is still verifying and updating historical data (please also see discrepancies in figures* below). It has also not been updating any figures during the weekends since Friday 3 July.

There have now been 132,749 cases of Coronavirus detected in the past 14 days – out of the total 716,481. The figure for infections detected in the past 7 days is 57,119

Figures released today also show that 2,494 people have required hospital treatment in the past 7 days, with 200 in intensive care.

The official figures* for the total number of Coronavirus-related deaths on Friday 25 September is now 31,232 – an increase of 114 since Thursday. According to the ministry, it is a total of 475 deaths in the past 7 days.

The current known peak of recorded deaths related to Coronavirus in a 24-hour period in Spain was on 2 April, when 950 deaths were registered.

A full breakdown of the data for Friday 25 September per region, together with age group statistics can be found by clicking here.

Increase in infections

Figures released on Thursday had shown an overall increase of 10,653 infections against Wednesday’s figures – with the ministry stating that 3,471 had occurred in a 24 hour period.

Wednesday had seen an overall increase of 11,289 infections against Tuesday – yet 4,143 in a 24 hour period.

The current peak of recorded infections for a 24-hour period in Spain was on 31 March, when 9,222 new cases were registered.

When Spain imposed its ‘state of alarm’ from Saturday 14 March, the Health Ministry had confirmed 4,231 known cases of Coronavirus at the time (figures from Friday 13 March), with 121 deaths. By Monday 16 March, there had been a further 4,960 infections. The total death toll on 16 March had increased to 309.

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Citizens walking in Barcelona during the easing of lockdown restrictions in May. (Clara Soler / Barcelona.cat)

Madrid extends partial lockdown to 8 more areas

Madrid has added 8 more areas to the partial lockdown restrictions that had already been imposed in 37 areas of the region since Monday. Spain’s Health Minister, Salvador Illa, however, had recommended extending the confinement measures to the whole region.

Updated report here: Health Minister recommends confinement for all Madrid – but partial lockdown extended to 8 other areas.

ALSO READ: Madrid in partial lockdown, with regional government under spotlight.

Spain imposes strict new measures on nightlife

On Friday 14 August Spain announced strict new measures on nightlife across the whole country – as well as a ban on smoking outside, where social distancing cannot be maintained – in a further attempt to stop the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19). Each region of Spain has since imposed the restrictions following their own timetable – and some regions have made restrictions even tighter. Read about the initial measures here: Spain imposes strict new measures on nightlife across the country

*Discrepancies in figures

Although the Health Ministry updated its official Coronavirus mortality figures on 19 June following on-going discrepancies with the data released by some of the country’s regional health authorities – there are still huge differences in the ‘excess mortality’ figures published for Spain.

Click here for full report: Spain’s ‘excess mortality’ during Coronavirus pandemic is over 43,000

Spain’s National Statistics Institute (INE) published figures showing that the number of deaths for the first 21 weeks of 2020 were 24% higher than for the same period in 2019 – based on information received from the country’s civil registries (1 January to 24 May). The number of deaths during this period for 2020 was 43,945 higher than in 2019.

Spain – ‘New Normality’

After three months under a ‘state of alarm’ (since 14 March), Spain entered its ‘New Normality’ phase on Monday 22 June, following on from the government’s four phased plan to relax the country’s lockdown restrictions.

Click here for all previous reports on: Coronavirus in Spain

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