Last minute covid | Galicia maintains the perimeter closure and only relaxes the business hours

The coronavirus pandemic has left more than 6,000 dead in the world during the last 24 hours, with which the total already touches the threshold of 2.4 million deaths since the start of the pandemic, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University, one of the main monitoring bodies for the covid 19.

During the last day they have been detected 275,178 cases and 6,038 deaths, which places the totals at 108,823,118 and 2,399,985, respectively, with 61,094,074 people recovered of covid-19 to date.

The United States continues to appear as the most affected country in total figures, with more than 27.64 million infections and almost 485,336 dead, followed by India, with 10.9 million and 155,732 deaths; and Brazil, with almost 9.83 million accumulated positives and 239,245 deceased, respectively.

(GUIDE | Measures in Madrid: curfew, confined areas and limits)

10:29 – LAST MINUTE | The Moderna company will deliver to Spain around 200,000 doses of your vaccine against covid, which is half of what in principle I was going to receive this week, although that reduction, that affects the whole EU, will be compensated in the month of March.

Sources from the Ministry of Health have assured this, who have indicated that this reduction will affect the next shipment and thus it has been communicated to the autonomous communities so that they take it into account in their vaccination schedules especially for the second doses.

Moderna vaccination. (EFE)

10:05 – Vaccination against covid-19 in the UK, where more than 15 million people have already received the first dose, it is reducing hospitalizations, deaths and transmission of the coronavirus, according to the British newspaper 'The Times'.

When comparing the cases of the elderly who have received the vaccine versus those who have not, the preliminary data show that the immunization plan is reducing hospitalizations and deaths from covid-19, the newspaper underlines.

The United Kingdom manages to vaccinate 15 M people and income, cases and deaths are already falling

EFE

09:44 – Russian authorities have confirmed this Tuesday more than 13,000 cases and about 460 deaths from coronavirus during the last day, so that the Eurasian country touches the thresholds of 4.1 million infections and the 81,000 deceased.

The national operational center for the fight against the coronavirus has detailed that during the last day 13,233 cases have been detected and 459 dead, which places the totals in 4,099,323 and 80,979, respectively, since the beginning of the pandemic.

A couple kisses in Moscow. (EFE)

09:21 – Australia announced on Tuesday the approval of the vaccine against covid-19 from the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford without a priori restrictions for over 65 years.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) indicates in a statement that it has approved the use of the vaccine for people over 18 years old for the next two years, and becomes the second to get the green light in the ocean country after Pfizer.

Green light for AstraZeneca in people over 65 in Australia, but asks to "study case by case"

EFE

08:56 – A scandal in the within the WHO body for alleged attempts to mask Italy's lack of preparedness against the pandemic has spread throughout the country:

The internal fight of the WHO that symbolizes everything that Italy did wrong in the face of the pandemic

Irene Savio. Rome

08:30 – Hello! The 14-day rate of more than 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, a level that is considered to be high risk of transmission; the situation of critical care units in hospitals and the "explosive contagion" are the causes that force to halt the de-escalation in Galicia.

The Community adopted tough restrictions on last january 27 and the report of the General Directorate of Public Health, as stated in the Official Gazette published tonight, recommends maintaining them in a community "Lower natural immunity" and an "aging population".

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