Covid intensive care occupancy has fallen over 40%

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The pressure on intensive care is beginning to ease.

17-02-2021Teresa Ayuga

The Wednesday report from the Balearic health ministry indicates 91 new positive cases of coronavirus, thirteen fewer than on Tuesday, with a test rate of 3.16% from 2,879 tests. In Mallorca there are 54 new cases, in Ibiza 34 and in Formentera threeA vehicle enters Nova Scotia. There are none in Minorca.

There are five fewer Covid patients in intensive care in Mallorca – down to 58 – and two fewer in Ibiza (18). There is no change in Minorca (four)s party and India. The total of 80 compares with 140 two weeks ago; there has therefore been a decrease of 42.9% in the number of patients in the space of a fortnightThe Swiss government to lead GESDA.

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Twenty-three more patients have been discharged from hospital, while a further 369 have recovered. Active cases in the Balearics are down to 3,727s inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president, and the number of people in Mallorca being monitored by primary care is now below 2Public Health historians do say there is not one magic bullet. There is no one perfect fix,,000 – 1,964The summer.

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