The Ministry of Health has registered another 3,632 coronavirus infections this Tuesday, of which 1,418 have been diagnosed in the last 24 hours, almost a third of them in Aragon, bringing the total to 326,612 since the start of the pandemic.
Since the start of the pandemic, it has confirmed 326,612 positives, compared to 322,980 this Monday, so the Ministry has added almost 4,000 positives that did not count in official statistics until now.
After Aragon, which has reported 448, the Basque Country, with 243, and Madrid, with 190, top the list of new infections, followed by Catalonia, where they have risen slightly to 100, according to the latest balance.
In the last week, at least 64 people have died with a positive diagnosis of COVID-19, half of them (32) in Aragon, a figure similar to yesterday, 65. In the global count of the pandemic there have been 28,581 deaths with confirmed coronavirus in Spain.
In addition, during the past seven days, 805 hospital admissions (128,518 since the arrival of COVID-19 in Spain) and 45 in intensive care units (ICU) have been reported, for a total of 11,896 at a general level due to the pandemic.
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