Coronavirus: Alcalá de Henares triples its figures with 2,395 total cases in 14 days
Los contagios por coronavirus se han desbocado esta semana en toda la región. Así lo aclara el último informe epidemiológico de vigilancia de Covid-19 publicado por la Comunidad de Madrid este martes. Este documento arroja las peores cifras de su historia desde que se empezó a publicar el martes 12 de enero de 2021.
Practically all locations of more than 50.000 inhabitants triple, at least their number of cases.If last week there were no more than 800 cases even in the most affected municipalities such as Boadilla (772.0) or Pozuelo de Alarcón (789.3), now only a Madrid city, Parla, low of the 1.200.
After the Parleño municipality, Alcalá de Henares is the best in the Community of Madrid with 1.212.3 cases of incidence accumulated in the last 14 days (cases per 100.000 inhabitants) with 2.395 Total Coronavirus affected.
And what is worse, the incidence accumulated to one week is 872.1 cases and, still, it is the best figure in the region.Therefore, it is to anticipate that within seven days the data is even worse and exceeds the 1.600 cases per 100.000 inhabitants.
In the last 14 days the largest accumulated incidence of cases corresponds to people aged 15 to 44 (and not in the collective from 0 to 14 years as in previous weeks).This age group goes from a rate of 2.6 in the week prior to 4.8 cases per 100.000.The rest of the groups also followed an upward trend, highlighting the 5-14-year-old group with 40%increase, from 3.2 to 4.4 cases per 100.000.In the group with the highest rates, the 80 or more years, the rates increase by 10.3% reaching 138.4 income per 100.000.
The predominant variant has become the omicron with 79.4% (15 days ago was 9.7%) of the samples analyzed, increasing by about 25 points the positive for it of the previous week.Of course, during this sixth wave, the risk of specifying a hospital is reduced by 78.6% (95% CI: 76.4 to 80.6) and by 85.9% (95% CI: 82,2at 88.8) in intensive care for vaccinated cases.
Therefore, maximum strict precaution and surveillance of the norms at all times.Health authorities ask to maintain maximum attention to all the rules we already know about: mask, social distance and handwashing, and antigen test as long as it is suspected that it could be in contact with a positive.
Covid figures in the neighborhoods of Alcalá de Henares
In Alcalá de Henares, all basic health areas show an accumulated incidence fired.Nine of the eleven zbs of the city widely exceed 1.000 cases, when the 250 cases are already extreme risk.
La Garena again marks the worst figure with some worrying 1969.92 cases and Our Lady of the Pilar is now the best figure with 785.75, but tripling its figures that last week that already exceeded the extreme risk (265.69 cases byevery 100.000 inhabitants)
Coronavirus data in Alcalá de Henares and other locations
The accumulated incidence of 1.212.3 cases per 100.000 inhabitants (frente a los 409,0 de hace siete días o los 186,8 de hace dos semanas) sitúa esta semana a Alcalá de Henares en el segundo mejor lugar entre los 23 núcleos urbanos de la región con más de 50.000 inhabitants ordenados por incidencia acumulada.
Those who have the greatest in this list are now Boadilla del Monte (2.074.6 cases per 100.000 inhabitants), Rivas Vaciamadrid (1.997.3), Las Rozas (1.956.0) and Pozuelo de Alarcón (1.923.9).To find less than 1.900 cases you have to go to the fifth city with worse figures.None of the localities of the Community of Madrid of more than 50.000 inhabitants baja de los 1.200 cases except Parla (1.193.4).
Datos del informe anterior:
Torrejón de Ardoz, in the eighth place
The neighboring town of Torrejón de Ardoz quadruples its accumulated incidence with respect to last week.It is the eighth best municipality of the Community of Madrid, a week ago it was the sixth, with 1.637.9 cases per 100.000 inhabitants (2.176 Total affected).
But, if we analyze the number of new cases in Torrejón de Ardoz in the last 7 days, there are 1.272.8 cases per 100.000 inhabitants.This can shoot the accumulated incidence to more than 2.500 cases next week with a number much higher than 3.000 Total affected.
In order to measure and compare the incidence of Coronavirus in two different areas, for example, that of a neighborhood with that of a city, or a country, a value that is independent of the absolute figure of cases is needed.
In the case of the daily monitoring of the COVID-19 this is calculated with the accumulated incidence and the criteria has been set in a sample of 100.000 inhabitants en 14 días.It is calculated by dividing the number of cases appeared over a period, among the number of individuals free of the disease at the beginning of the period.
Therefore, a value of 800 cases of accumulated incidence of Covid in a neighborhood does not mean that 800 people have ill in that neighborhood.Rather, he says, “if the neighborhood had 100.000 inhabitants, tendría 800 nuevos enfermos”.To know the real figure you will have to make a rule of three.
Another example: Alcalá de Henares has an approximate population of 200.000 inhabitants.If in a week it has an accumulated incidence of 500 cases per 100.000 inhabitants, quiere decir que en realidad ha tenido nuevos 1.000 cases.
It is considered new normality if the accumulated incidence at 14 days is below 20 cases of accumulated incidence;low risk if they are between 20 and 50;of average risk if it is between 50 and 150;high risk between 150 and 250;and extreme risk if it exceeds 250.
The epidemiological report in detail
The most recent data correspond to the infection by the new Coronavirus Sars-COV-2 in week 51 of 2021.
The report, updated as of this Tuesday, December 28, collects the data from December 13 to 26, 2021 and compares them with the previous week in large municipalities, more than 50.000 inhabitants, de la Comunidad de Madrid.
These data began to be prepared on May 11, 2020, although it began to be published on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, so the data is also taken from that date until the publication of each of the reports.
Thus, Alcalá de Henares has an accumulated total of 22.390 positive cases by Coronavirus since May 11, 2020 with a total accumulated incidence of 11.333.2 cases per 100.000 inhabitants.That is, more than one in ten Alcalaíos has positively given coronavirus at some point in the pandemic.
Other relevant data: confirmed cases
For the period from May 11, 2020 to December 28, 2021, a total of 1 were notified.002.468 COVID-19 cases in the Community of Madrid, which represents an incidence accumulated for that period of 14.785.9 cases per 100.000 inhabitants, que fueron clasificados como confirmados al presentar resultados positivos por PDIA a SARS-CoV-2.Of these, 52.0% were women.
The average age of all cases was 38 years, being the last 14 days (from December 13 to 26), 36 years old and in the last 7 days (from December 20 to 26) of 37 years.
The age group of 15 to 29 has been most of the cases in the last 14 and 7 days, with 25.9% and 23.1%, respectively, of the total of cases.
The incidence accumulated in the last 14 days is 1.859.2 cases per 100.000 inhabitants (1.821.7 for men and 1.893.6 percent.000 in women), and 1.256.3 cases per 100.000 inhabitants en los últimos 7 días.
In these periods the highest accumulated incidence corresponds to groups of 25 to 44 years with 2.758.2 and 1.789.5 cases per 100.000 inhabitants, y el de 15 a 24 años con 2.576.6 and 1.590.4 percent.000 inhabitants respectivamente para dichos periodos.
In the group of people over 65, the incidence for these periods increases, reaching 573.4 and 406 per 100 in the last 14 days.000 inhabitants en los últimos 7 días.
Related: See report from the previous week