Covid today in Spain, last minute of micron live: Pedro Snchez talks about the passage from pandemic to endemic

La sixth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, very marked by the appearance of the micron variant, continues to mark negative records in Spain.

The Ministry of Health reported 159,161 new infections in the last 24 hours and notify 112 deaths by COVID-19.

The rate of incidence rises to 3,156.63 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

Since the start of the pandemic, 7,930,528 cases of COVID-19 have been registered and 90,620 people have died from coronavirus.

A fourth dose of the vaccine is approved for immunosuppressed individuals five months after the third

The Ministry of Health has communicated the decision of the Public Health Commission that people with immunosuppression will receive a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine within five months of the last dose.

“People who received additional doses of mRNA vaccine for being included in Group 7 or being people receiving treatment with immunosuppressive drugs will receive a booster dose 5 months after the last dose,” reported the Ministry of Health.

Last minute about the Covid in Spain and in the world

07:30 “There are no words to say what a denier is right now”

Albert Prez, a patient admitted for coronavirus of the ICU of the Hospital Clnic de Barcelona, has recognized in the newspaper ‘The vanguard’ that “at first I did not get vaccinated because my social life had been reduced a lot. And I know that at first I thought ‘let the others get vaccinated’. It was a mistake”.

“There are no words to say what a denier is right now,” said Albert Prez.

“Now it is a vaccine, vaccine or vaccine, you are 20 or 70.” I have had to learn it in the worst possible way: which is: almost to die, “he insisted.

07:00 A man suffers a 3.8 centimeter shortening of the penis due to the coronavirus

The 30-year-old American man stated in the podcats ‘How To Do It’ that you have lost 3.8 centimeters of the length of your penis after COVID-19 caused severe vascular damage, and doctors told him that is irreversible.

Coronavirus infection can cause vascular damage to erectile tissue, and the victim’s doctors said his condition was likely permanent as a result of the virus.

A study of University College London has shown that penis shortening is a rare symptom among people with prolonged COVID.

For its part, a study of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine demonstrated that coronavirus infection can contribute to significant erectile dysfunction.

06:30 Pedro Snchez talks about the transition from pandemic to endemic

Pedro Sanchez, President of the Government of Spain, spoke about the coronavirus pandemic in his closing speech of the ‘Spain Investors Day’ and spoke again about “the bridge that allows us to move in the management of this pandemic towards an endemic disease.”

This time Sánchez wanted to make it clear that this would happen when possible from a scientific point of view and, he insisted that “it will not be from one day to the next, it will not be immediate.”

06:00 Avalanche of appointments postponed by the coronavirus

The tide of medical casualties due to infections is causing many problems in many sectors. In court, with delays and suspensions in numerous courts. It also happens with dentists, physical therapists or driving tests. The sixth wave creates delays, cancellations, and a myriad of bureaucratic problems that keep work piling up for many professionals.

Avalanche of appointments postponed by COVID

05:00 The Government sets the maximum price of antigen tests at 2.94 euros

The Government of Spain has set the maximum price that pharmacies can charge for antigen tests for the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus at 2.94 euros.

The Government sets the maximum price of antigen tests at 2.94 euros

The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has ensured that the fixed price is the most affordable possible and that it has been unanimously approved:

“This price will be applied to all antigen tests sold in pharmacies and that have been approved by the AEMPS,” said the minister.

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