After 15 days of continuous decline, active cases of covid rebound in the Ferrol area

The curve of the pandemic enters an ascending line again after 15 days with a continuous decline in infections. The data published this Sunday by the Consellera de Sanidade reflect a total of 675 active cases of covid, ten more than in the previous day, and the confirmation of 51 new positives in the 598 PCR carried out in the last 24 hours.

At the Arquitecto Marcide hospital, the number of patients admitted to the intensive care unit also rises, from 9 to 12, while in the covid plants there are 32 patients, two less than yesterday.

The number of fatalities has also increased to 67 in the last 24 hours, with the death of two men aged 85 and 90 who were admitted to the Marcide, diagnosed with covid and with previous pathologies.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 3,041 infections have been registered and 2,297 people have managed to overcome the disease.

The total of PCR carried out to date amounts to 57,898 and that of serological tests to 27,483.

The increase in active cases is also reflected in the new map that collects by council the evolution of the coronavirus in the last 14 days according to the diagnostic tests of active covid infection. Thus, and according to this Sunday’s data, in Ferrol 179 active cases were confirmed in that period of time, three more than the day before; in Narn, 136, six more, in Valdovio, 11, one less; in Cedeira, 10, two less; in Cario, between 1 and 9; in Ortigueira, between 1 and 9; in Man there were no new cases in 14 days, as in Pig; in As Somozas, between 1 and 9; in Moeche, between 1 and 9; in As Pontes, 18, five more than the day before; in Monfero, 11, three less; in Pontedeume, 46, seven more than Saturday; in Cabanas, between 1 and 9; in Fene, 32, seven less than the day before; in Neda, 12, the same as on Saturday; in Mugardos, between 1 and 9; in Ares, 14, one less; and in San Sadurnio and A Capela, between 1 and 9.

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