As of today, there are 51,870 new cases reported in the UK, the highest since January 15 and 49 Govt-19 deaths in the last 24 hours. The UK recorded 48,553 new cases and 63 deaths as of Thursday.
In the last seven days, from July 10 to 16, the daily average was 40 deaths and 39,714 cases, an increase of 57.4% in the number of deaths and 34.9% in the number of infections preceding seven days.
The daily average of hospital admissions from July 6 to 12 was 592, an increase of 43.4% compared to the previous seven days.
As of Thursday, 3,964 patients had been admitted to the hospital, 551 of whom were using ventilators.
Of the total 5,332,371 infections in the UK since the outbreak, 128,642 deaths have been reported from Govt-19.
In the last 24 hours, 263,574 vaccines were given.
Since December, 46,159,145 people have been vaccinated, which is 87.6% of adults, and 35,543,321 million people, or 67.5% of adults already vaccinated.
Italy has registered 2,898 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the highest number of cases and 11 deaths daily since May 30, according to the Italian Ministry of Health.
These data maintain a high trend of epidemics in the country, where the delta variance marked a positive 27.7% last week, and the total number of epidemics since the outbreak in February 2020 rose to 4,281,214.
The 2,898 new cases represent an increase of 1,508 cases, which is more than double the 1,390 infections counted compared to the same day last week.
The number of victims now stands at 42,714, an increase of 1,814 cases since Thursday, of which 161 were hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and eight more.
Vaccine campaign advances and 25.98 million people already vaccinated, 48.12% of the total population over the age of 12, in a country that delivered a total of 60,196,129 dose vaccines.
Currently, in Italy, only the mandatory use of masks in closed areas is practiced, while Health Minister Roberto Speranza said the parameters for determining any restrictions will change, not depending on the number of infections, but on hospital pressure.
Today, the country has confirmed a change in the trend of the epidemic, which is on the rise with an increase in epidemics, especially among young people, with an average age of 28, according to the Instituto Superior de Chaat weekly report. .
The overall incidence in Spain over the past two weeks has risen to 537 cases per 100,000 population, with 31,060 new Govt-19 infections and 12 deaths from the disease in a single day.
According to figures released today by the Ministry of Health, the number of recent outbreaks since the outbreak is 4,100,222, and now a total of 81,096 people have been affected by the disease.
The relative incidence of infections has increased by 36 units, with an overall incidence of 501 cases (Thursday) to 537 (today) being diagnosed in 100,000 people over the past two weeks.
Catalonia (1,160), Castile and Lyon (863), Navarre (864), Aragon (647), Asturias (also 592) and Condabria (567) are Spanish autonomous communities.
Among young people aged 20 to 29, the accumulation event has affected 996 people per 100,000 citizens, compared to 1,581 in the last 14 days, compared to the previous day.
The second group most affected are young people between the ages of 12 and 19, with 838 cases per 100,000 people in the last 14 days (1,312).
In the last 24 hours, 984 people were admitted to hospitals across the country, 5,056 were hospitalized, which is 4.22% of the beds, of which 872 patients are in the intensive care units, 9.59% of which are beds.
According to official data, 23.4 million people are fully vaccinated against Govt-19 (49.3% of the total population), and 29.0 million people have at least one dose (61.2%), of which about 47.4 million live in the country.
A Spanish court today gave the green light to lift a curfew order starting this weekend, and many of Catalonia’s major cities (northeastern Spain in the Mediterranean), including the most touristy Barcelona, had the highest number of cov-19 infections in the country at the time.
Catalonia’s Supreme Court has ruled that a curfew must be imposed in cities with a population of more than 5,000 from 1:00 am to 6:00 am until July 23, with more than 400 cases per 100,000 people over the past seven days.
In neighboring Valencia (next to the western, Mediterranean Sea), the court has already authorized the introduction of curfew orders and restrictions on meetings in 32 cities, including Valencia, from 1:00 am to 6:00 am last Monday. Maximum 10 people in the whole region.
The regions of Navarre (northeast) and Cantabria (north) are also expected to file a similar petition in the high court of this region next Monday.