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Murcia, Castilla y León and Extremadura see increase in Covid hospitalisations

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The number of people hospitalised in the ICU for COVID-19 in Spain decreased by 19.7% during the last week, but the Region of Murcia, Castilla y León and Extremadura registered increases in this indicator. Admissions fell by 8.6% and a total of 65 deaths from the pandemic were confirmed in the last seven days, according to the Ministry of Health.

The Ministry of Health reported this Friday that in the Region of Murcia there are 115 people hospitalised for coronavirus, while a week ago the figure was 110. This represents an increase of 4.5% in the last week.

In addition, the Murcian community has two more patients in the Intensive Care Units, bringing the total to ten.

The positive fact is that no deaths were recorded as a result of the virus in the last seven days, although collectively, there have been more deaths recorded this summer compared to last.

At the national level, Health reported this Friday of 2,455 people currently hospitalised in Spain, 231 less than the previous Friday. Meanwhile, this Friday there are 146 people in the ICU, 36 less than last Tuesday.

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