Hospital pressure in Castile-La Mancha due to influenza, COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus is increasing after four weeks, according to the latest report from the Surveillance System for Acute Respiratory Infections (SiVIRA), which monitors incidence. decline. However, the region remains an autonomous Spanish region with the highest incidence and hospitalization rates.
Castile-La Mancha region leads in incidence and hospitalization rates but improves
As a result, primary care influenza incidence fell for the second consecutive week on Thursday, with figures for the second week of the year, consolidating the downward trend in influenza activity in all regions, according to the latest report from the Department of Health. The CCAA reaches its peak of activity nationwide during the last week of the year.
This decline was evident in all age groups except for the group of children aged 1 to 14 years. Additionally, hospitalization rates have broken an upward trend. By age group, hospitalization rates were highest among adults 80 years or older in Week 2, but were down compared to the previous week.
Regarding COVID-19 in primary care, it continues to fluctuate. The incidence is highest in children under one year old. Likewise, hospitalization rates for COVID-19 are trending downward. By age group, hospitalization rates are highest among children under one year old.
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It should also be noted that respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection rates in primary care are increasing among children under 1 year of age. In hospitals, the rate of hospitalization for infections has dropped among children under 1 year old, but they still have the highest hospitalization rates. In contrast, hospitalization rates increased among RSV-infected patients aged 80 years or older.