Spain reports record 14-day COVID-19 infection rate
Spain's Health Ministry reported a record in the national 14-day COVID-19 infection rate on Tuesday, as the figure climbed to 2,433.9 per 100,000 people, from 2,295.8 registered the previous day.
Intensive care occupancy reached 21.3% on Tuesday, a slight increase from 21.2% on Monday but still far below the peak of 45% recorded last February.
The number of COVID-19 sufferers to have died in the last seven days stands at 308, the ministry report showed.
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