Spain: Third wave of Spanish coronavirus infection continues to accelerate


With the daily update report issued by the Spanish Ministry of Health, the relaxation effect of the Christmas and New Year’s of the pandemic restrictions continues to spread in Spain, and the third wave of Spanish coronavirus infection continues to accelerate. 


This is the highest record since Covid-19 was first detected in Spainabout a year ago, easily surpassing the total of 25,595 reached in the second wave of infections on October 30. 


At the same time, the number of cases detected in the country has now risen to 2,176,089, and the total number may continue to rise sharply until stricter restrictions on movement and social gatherings in most parts of the country take effect. 


A widely quoted measure of the extent of the Spanish pandemic is the 14-day cumulative incidence rate, which has soared to 492 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the past two weeks, an update of 38 points from the previous day.

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