Medical resources in a hurry! Occupancy rate for Spain’s Coronavirus pandemic beds for the highest
On November 7, the Spanish Coronavirus pandemic continued to worsen, and the number of new confirmed cases in a single day in many places hit a new high. According to the Spanish Ministry of Health, the average bed occupancy rate of Spanish Coronavirus patients increased by about 80% within one month. The occupancy rate of Coronavirus beds has reached the highest level.
According to data from the Spanish Ministry of Health, the number of new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in a single day in many places in Spain hit a new high on the 7th: 2327 new cases were added in the Valencia Region on the 7th; the new cases in the Castile-León Region on the 7th The number of additional confirmed cases reached 2237; Asturias Region added 551 confirmed cases. The local government regards the current pandemic as a state of extreme emergency and calls on the people to self-isolate.
According to data from the Spanish Ministry of Health, since August 2020, the occupancy rate of hospital beds in 14 regions in Spain has reached the highest level. The increase in hospital admissions of Coronavirus has caused great pressure on the Spanish medical system. Among them, the bed occupancy rate of patients with Coronavirus in 10 regions exceeds 15%, and more than 25% of patients with Coronavirus enter the intensive care unit.
According to the standards set by the Spanish Ministry of Health, these regions are already at extremely high risk standards for the Coronavirus pandemic. In the last month, the average occupancy rate of COVID-19 patients in Spain has risen from about 9% to 16%, and it has increased by about 80% within one month, while the average occupancy rate of COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit has risen from 18% to 16%. Close to 30%.