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  • Holy Week.

    Where to travel: Communities with perimeter closure and mobility restrictions between provinces

  • Seeker.

    Check the confined areas in the Community of Madrid

The cumulative incidence of coronavirus has increased again this Friday and with it the fear of a fourth wave. It is located for all of Spain in 138.63 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.

Five communities (Asturias, Catalonia, Madrid, Navarra and Pas Vasco) and the two autonomous cities (Ceuta and Melilla) exceed the threshold of 150, set as the limit to recommend the closure of the interior of the hotel. All this while increasing controls to prevent mobility in Holy Week.

Coronavirus data in Spain

    * Source: Ministry of Health

    Total figures: 3,255,324 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test of active infection; There have been 75,010 deaths with a positive test as of March 26

  • 501,013 in Andalusian (9,147 dead)
  • 110,163 in Aragn (3,372 dead)
  • 46,670 in Asturias (1,878 dead)
  • 57,315 in Baleares (777 dead)
  • 46,004 in Canary Islands (663 dead)
  • 25,813 in Cantabria (541 dead)
  • 174,891 in Castilla la Mancha (5,737 dead)
  • 211,261 in Castilla and Len (6,608 dead)
  • 529,904 in Catalonia (13,120 dead)
  • 5,023 in Ceuta (93 dead)
  • 385,049 in the Valencian Community (7,076 dead)
  • 70,654 in Estremadura (1,755 dead)
  • 115,836 in Galicia (2,314 dead)
  • 618,160 in Madrid (14,496 dead)
  • 7,726 in Melilla (78 dead)
  • 108,198 in Murcia (1,553 dead)
  • 53,517 in Navarra (1,117 dead)
  • 160,437 in the Basque Country (3,942 dead)
  • 27,690 in The Rioja (743 dead)

8.54 Spain will require a negative test for passengers from France who also enter by land

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The Official State Gazette (BOE) This Saturday picks up an order establishing the requirement of a diagnostic test of active infection to coronavirus with a negative result, carried out in the 72 hours prior to arrival in Spain, for passengers from France also by land.

This order is in addition to the one that established that citizens from France Traveling by air or sea had to present a negative test, so from now on all travelers from France, wherever they enter, will have to present this negative PCR to access Spain.

Thus, all persons, over six years of age, coming from risk areas of France who arrive in Spain by land, must have a PCR test (RT-PCR), a TMA test or another type of diagnostic test to coronavirus based on equivalent molecular techniques, with a negative result, performed within 72 hours prior to arrival. Reports Europa Press.

8.38 Madrid becomes the first national hotel destination during the coronavirus pandemic

In the midst of the controversy over illegal parties and the so-called “drunken tourism”, with the focus on the French, Madrid It has been climbing positions in the pandemic to become the first national hotel destination, linked to other types of tourists who come for business or seek cultural plans.

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They are the face and the cross of tourism in Madrid, two realities that already existed before the pandemic but that have been accentuated during the health crisis, which has also caused a collapse in the arrival of international tourists throughout the country.

According to the most recent data published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), the Madrid’s community In January, it received 45,559 international tourists, which represents a decrease of 92.5% compared to the same month the previous year. Reports Efe

7.59 Mexico has 200,862 deaths and 2,219,845 coronavirus infections

Mexico registered 651 new deaths from covid-19 in the last 24 hours to add 200,862 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, the Secretary of Health reported this Friday.

In addition, the country reported 5,303 new cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus for a total of 2,219,845 infections.

With these figures, Mexico ranks thirteenth in the world in the number of infections and third in the number of deaths from the pandemic, behind the United States and Brazil, according to the American university. Johns Hopkins.

7.55 America resumes confinements for fear of collapse and variants of the covid

America, which registers 55.7 million infected with coronavirus, resumes confinement on the eve of Holy Week due to an alarming increase in cases and deaths and due to the fear that the three “variants of concern” unleash in the region.

According to the data of the American Universidad Johns Hopkins, the continent already has 55,785,829 people who have contracted the disease. The number, which continues to grow, forced the authorities in much of the region to re-enact mandatory quarantines or night curfews to protect the population, especially due to the proximity of Holy Week.

This season, in which Catholic believers take to the streets en masse to visit pilgrimage sites, raises fear of a new and fatal wave of the pandemic in this part of the world.

7.46 New York launches the first US “covid passport” to access events

New York launched this Friday the US “Covid passport” with which citizens of the state can verify that they have received the vaccine or have obtained negative test results in order to access large-capacity establishments, such as stadiums or halls. concert.

“Excelsior Pass”, which has passed several tests in recent weeks, is a free and voluntary platform developed by the state together with IBM technology, which uses blockchain technology to protect its users’ data. and that allows them to print their identification or store it in a mobile application.

According to Governor Andrew Cuomo in a statement, New York is the first US state to formally debut this type of technology after “two successful pilot demonstrations” and a beta version with “thousands of people” who gave their feedback on the interface and results.

The identification, similar to an airplane boarding pass and displaying a QR code, was tested for the first time during the basketball game played by the Brooklyn Nets on February 27 at the Barclays Center and can now be requested both people like businesses.

7.42 Latin America tries to stop the brutal wave of covid-19 that is hitting Brazil and Mexico

Confinement in Chile, flight restrictions in Argentina and limitations on tourism in Guatemala. Latin America strengthens its measures in the face of a brutal new wave of Covid-19, which leaves tragic balance sheets in Mexico and Brazil, while tensions over vaccines increase in the world.

The coronavirus, which accumulates a figure greater than 24 million cases and more than 757,000 deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean, continues its advance in the region, concerned about the increasing incidence of the Brazilian variant, considered much more contagious than the original strain.

Despite optimism about vaccines, the reality of the pandemic has led authorities in several countries to impose new measures to reduce the circulation of the virus. Thus, Chile, which leads the vaccination process against covid in Latin America, will confine more than 80% of its 17 million inhabitants as of Saturday.

“It is important for the population to understand that we are experiencing a worrying situation,” said Enrique Paris, Minister of Health of Chile, at a press conference on Thursday, where this Friday the highest daily number of infections was recorded since the start of the pandemic, with a record of 7,626 new cases.

7.30 The Palau Sant Jordi prepares to celebrate the first massive concert despite the coronavirus

The organizers of “Festivals for Safe Culture” finalize the details of the concert at Palau Sant Jordi this Saturday in which the artists, Love of Lesbian, will share the limelight with the 5,000 attendees that after a Covid test and with a mask, they will be able to experience a massive event again.

Experts from the Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital in Badalona have supervised all the sanitary measures for the safety of the event, as happened in December with another pilot concert of small format, 500 people, in the Apolo hall of Barcelona.

In the initiative of “Festivals for Safe Culture”, of which this Saturday’s concert is the litmus test, all the directors of Primavera Sound, Sonar, Crulla, Canet Rock, Vida or the promoter The Project participate, and they have had the support of the Generalitat and the Barcelona City Council.

All attendees undergo an antigen test during the twelve hours prior to the concerts. They will also carry an FPP2 mask distributed at the entrance that they should use instead of the one they bring from home.

Tickets for the Love of Lesbian recital this Saturday sold out in eight hours, which for the organizers shows the “desire and enthusiasm” of the public to enjoy live music again.

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