Navarre is the community with the highest rates of covid-19 and flu in the state.According to the latest report from the Ministry of Health, last week, the Foral Community proposed 484.9 primary care visits for respiratory infections per 100,000 inhabitants, far exceeding the state average of 246 cases. It is worth noting that most of the respiratory infections that have occurred in recent weeks have been caused by coronaviruses, and influenza and respiratory syncytial virus infections are still present.
The transmission of the Navarre respiratory virus hit a turning point during the festival of San Fermin, as in the weeks leading up to the festival, the incidence rate in the primary zone was 140 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, Cases soared to 209, or 484.9 per 100,000, in the final week of San Fermin. Compared to other communities, Navarre has far more cases than the second most affected area: the Valencian community, which has 409 cases. It is followed by the Canary Islands (362 cases per 100,000 inhabitants) and Cantabria (360 cases per 100,000 inhabitants).
Cases surge, and so do revenues
san fermin festival They facilitate the spread of covid-19soared in the past two weeks, but remained unchanged low intensity and severity, a far cry from what was experienced a few years ago. But the increased incidence of the virus is undeniable.according to him Epidemiological reports prepared by public health authorities, registered in navarre last week There has been a “significant increase” in the number of consultations for acute respiratory infections in primary care (PC).
Specifically, the ratio is 491 cases per 100,000 inhabitantsin The rate of 253 per 100,000 people infected with covid-19 is almost 15 times higher than that reported by Sanfermines for the opening week (July 9-9)., 19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the incidence rate of PC in the last holiday was 59 cases. On the other hand, 8 out of every 100,000 people had flu syndrome last week.
Again, this strong rebound has had an impact on hospitals, Six and two hospital admissions for coronavirus in two weeks leading up to Sanferminesfrom July 10-16 to 16, Twenty-five people were hospitalized last week, including one in the intensive care unit (ICU). This week’s revenue figure is the highest so far in 2023.Additionally, last week 3 people died from covid-19. Public health reports show no confirmed cases of influenza or respiratory syncytial virus last week.