The Valencian Community notifies 227 new infections and two deaths from coronavirus




The cumulative incidence of
on the Valencian Community its particular de-escalation continues, standing at 47 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the data provided by the Ministry of Health in the report this Wednesday, September 29.

This decreasing dynamics of the influence of Covid-19 maintains the optimism and the forecast of the Generalitat Valenciana to eliminate the bulk of the current measures that still weigh on economic sectors such as nightlife and hospitality as of next October 9, when it is expected to end the scenario of “progressive opening” and, therefore, to achieve “the maximum possible normality”.

According to the latest update of theMinistry of Health, 227 new infections have been registered by coronavirus, forty-five more than the day of Tuesday. Of this number of cases, one hundred and one correspond to the province of Valencia, forty-one to Castellón and eighty-five to Alicante.

Likewise, 281 new discharges have been reported to patients with Covid-19, bringing the number of people who have overcome the disease since the start of the pandemic to 511,035. However, Valencian hospitals currently have 176 admitted, of which fifty of them are in the ICU. In addition, one more day there have been two deaths due to coronavirus, a figure that increases the total number of deaths to 7,786.

During this Wednesday, September 29, no outbreak with ten or more associated cases has been reported, so 2,467 cases remain active per coronavirus in all the Valencian Community.

All this on the day that the Ministry of Health and the Polytechnic University of Valencia announced that the Vera campus will become a vaccination center against the Covid-19 starting next October 7, more than a week after the vaccination fields were dismantled.

In addition, the Valencian Government chaired by Ximo Puig ha
expanded the capacity related to professional sports competitions, adapting it to the measures approved by the Interterritorial Council of the National Health System (CISNS). With this modification, the open-air stadiums can complete one hundred percent of their capacity, while the pavilions, both basketball and handball, can reach eighty percent.

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