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Coronavirus crisis | Covid-19 hospitalizations jump more than 21% in the last week

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The number of people hospitalized for coronavirus in Spain has grown by 21.2% during the last week.with increases in all the autonomous communities. There has also been an increase of 15.9% in patients in intensive care for covid-19 and the Ministry of Health has reported 353 new deaths from the pandemic since last Tuesday.

Specifically, Health reported this Tuesday 11,586 people currently hospitalized in Spain.2,033 more than the previous Tuesday, last June 28, when 9,553 hospitalized patients were reported. Meanwhile, this Tuesday, July 5, there are 502 people in ICU, 69 people more than last Tuesday.

In any case, this is the comparison of hospitalized people from the autonomous communities:

Andalusia

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Andalusia has 722 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 585 patients in the June 28 report, a 23.4% increase in the last week. It has 20 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 44 deaths in the last week.

Aragon

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Aragon has 296 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 245 patients in the June 28 report, up 20.8% in this past week. It has six fewer patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 7 deaths in the last week.

Asturias

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Asturias has 290 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while the June 28 report had 195 patients, a 48.7% increase in the last week. It has 3 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 12 more deaths in the last week.

Balearic Islands

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, the Balearic Islands has 311 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while in the June 28 report it had 287 patients, an increase of 8.3% in the last week. It has 4 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 9 deaths since last week.

Canary Islands

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, the Canary Islands has 400 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while the June 28 report had 266 patients, a 50.3% increase this past week. It has 1 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 24 deaths since last week.

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Cantabria

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Cantabria has 59 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 42 patients in the June 28 report, a rise of 40.7% in this past week. It has two fewer patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 2 deaths since last week.

Castilla-La Mancha

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Castilla-La Mancha has 569 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 496 patients in the June 28 report, a 14.7% increase this past week. It has one more patient in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 44 deaths since last week.

Castilla y León

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Castilla y León has 773 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 523 patients in the June 21 report, a 47.8% increase this past week. It has four fewer patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 15 deaths since last week.

Catalonia

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Catalonia has 2,831 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 2,540 patients in the June 28 report, a rise of 11.4% this past week. It has 16 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 34 deaths since last week.

Ceuta

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Ceuta has 19 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 13 patients in the June 28 report, a 46.1% increase this past week. It has the same patients in intensive care as last Tuesday and has reported two deaths since last week.

Valencian Community

In the report of Tuesday, July 5, the Valencian Community has 1,086 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while in the report of June 28 it had 762 patients, an increase of 42.5% in the last week. It has 8 more patients in intensive care than last Tuesday and has reported 27 deaths in the last week.

Extremadura

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Extremadura has 171 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 99 patients in the June 28 report, a 72.7% increase. It has 4 more patients in intensive care than last Tuesday and has reported 12 deaths since last week.

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Galicia

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Galicia has 779 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 601 patients in the June 28 report, a 29.6% rise in this past week. It has 6 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 39 deaths in the last week.

Madrid

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Madrid has 2,297 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 2,117 patients as of the June 28 report, a rise of 8.5% in this past week. It has one less patient in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 55 deaths in the last week.

Melilla

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Melilla has 15 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 9 patients as of the June 28 report, a 66.6% increase. It has one less patient in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 1 more death in the last week.

Murcia

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Murcia has 295 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 209 patients as of the June 28 report, a 41.1% increase this past week. It has 10 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 1 more death in the last week.

Navarra

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Navarre has 103 people hospitalized for coronavirus, up from 83 patients as of the June 28 report, a 24% increase this past week. It has 3 more patients in intensive care since last Tuesday and has reported 9 deaths in the last week.

Basque Country

As of the Tuesday, July 5 report, Basque Country has 510 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while it had 442 patients in the June 28 report, a rise of 15.3% in this past week. It has 5 more patients in intensive care than last Tuesday and has reported 15 deaths in the last week.

La Rioja

In the report of Tuesday, July 5, La Rioja has 60 people hospitalized for coronavirus, while in the report of June 28 it had 39 patients, which is a 53.8% increase in this last week. It has 2 more patients in intensive care than last Tuesday and has reported one death in the last week….

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