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The global coronavirus pandemic exceeds 2.36 million deaths worldwide , according to the Johns Hopkins University baseline count. The number of infected at the moment amounts to more than 107 million.

Spain coronavirus data: cases and deaths

The Ministry of Health reported this Friday that COVID-19 has already left 64,747 dead and that there are 3,056,035 cases diagnosed in Spain since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus in Spain and in the world today, live

8:30 China adds its sixth consecutive day without local infections with 8 imported

China today added its sixth consecutive day without local infections, after the outbreaks in the north of the country in recent weeks, and registered eight cases from abroad on Friday, the National Health Commission reported.

8:00 USA accumulates 480,567 deaths and 27,483,187 infections by covid-19

The United States reached 27,483,187 confirmed cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus this Friday and 480,567 deaths from the covid-19 disease, according to the independent count from Johns Hopkins University.

This balance at 20.00 local time (01.00 GMT on Saturday) is 5,527 more deaths than on Thursday and 99,548 new infections. The high number of deaths has its explanation in that Ohio has added about 4,000 accumulated cases.

7:30 Brazil exceeds 237,000 deaths after adding 1,288 in 24 hours

Brazil, one of the global epicenters of the pandemic, surpassed 237,000 deaths from coronavirus on Friday after accounting for 1,288 in the last 24 hours, the Government reported.

According to the latest report from the Ministry of Health, the country registered 51,456 cases on the last day and the total number of infections already amounts to 9,765,455, although experts fear that the figures will skyrocket next week coinciding with the Carnival holiday.

7:00 Margarita del Val: “The next pandemics will not be because of such easy bugs”

The CSIC virologist has indicated that with the coronavirus “we have been lucky because it is vaccinable” and has issued a warning: “We have a lot to learn, leave a legacy of knowledge and be well prepared for the future because the next pandemics will not be caused by bugs so easy. ”

6:30 The WHO indicates what are the new measures to combat Covid

Hans Kluge, WHO director for Europe, pointed out in an interview with El País economic strength as the key to establishing new measures.

“That is a key point. But we are not in the same situation as in March of last year. At that time, the lockdown brought the economy to a complete halt. The virus was stopped, which is good, but there was an impact. in many people, particularly the most vulnerable. That is one of the great lessons we have learned so far, that the pandemic is not egalitarian and the most vulnerable have been hit the hardest. Now we must be more sophisticated in applying restrictions and taking action to address the social and mental health impact, with economic measures to support the most vulnerable and keeping schools open as long as possible. And closely monitor domestic violence, “he said.

6:00 Where do we Spaniards get it?

36.5% of the 2,620 outbreaks notified by the communities to the Ministry of Health since last February 4, in which 16,347 cases have been registered, have taken place in the family (18%) and social (18.5%) ).

According to Health, since the de-escalation ended, 36,359 outbreaks with 297,103 cases have been reported to the Coordination Center for Health Alerts and Emergencies, affecting all autonomous communities and cities.

Since the last update of cases on February 4, 426 outbreaks have been reported in the social sphere with 2,269 cases; most in the context of family and friend gatherings. In addition, 414 outbreaks have been reported with 2,430 cases among members of the same family who are not living together.

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