The Generalitat seeks to validate that night mobility is restricted as soon as possible between midnight and 6 in the morning throughout the Community to stop the advance of the coronavirus pandemic, as announced by Ximo Puig just a few minutes ago. “We are not going to delay a necessary decision” to stop the increase in coronavirus cases and arrive with better figures for Christmas, according to Puig “In the next few hours, the Generalitat will make this resolution effective and send it to the Superior Court of Justice of the Community Valenciana for its final validation
“I have commissioned the Generalitat Lawyers @GVASanitat the development of a resolution that restricts night mobility throughout the Valencian Community. Specifically, between 12 midnight and six in the morning ” @ximopuig pic.twitter.com/1tjUJWguKx
– Generalitat (@generalitat) October 22, 2020
The Ministry of Health and Advocacy of the Generalitat is studying a resolution that allows restricting night mobility throughout the Valencian Community from midnight to six in the morning until December 9, as announced this Thursday by the president, Ximo Puig .
In an appearance with the Minister of Health, Ana Barceló, Puig has advanced that the Valencian Government will send that resolution to the Superior Court of Justice of the Community for it to be validated before starting it, something that they intend to be “as soon as possible” , between this Friday and Saturday, before the advance of the coronavirus pandemic.
Puig has ensured that the closure of the hotel trade or other measures that could harm the economic fabric of the Valencian Community has not been considered, he has admitted that the figures of recent weeks have worsened and that it is “urgent” to take measures to “mitigate” the curve of infections and hospital admissions, and has regretted that the Interterritorial Health Council this afternoon did not come out with a unitary position on the figure of the curfew.
“We are not going to delay a necessary decision that pursues:
– Generalitat (@generalitat) October 22, 2020
The decision comes after a new day in which infections have soared, exceeding a thousand. The Valencian Community has registered 1,060 new coronavirus infections compared to 603 in the last update, and there have been ten deaths -four residents-, 673 discharges and 49 more outbreaks, thirteen of them in the city of València, and the most numerous, with 12 cases, in Quart de Poblet.
According to the data for this Thursday offered by the Ministry of Health, infections have almost doubled, the number of deaths has fallen, which already exceed 1,750, and 36 new discharges are added, while the number of hospital admissions and ICUs grows, with 31 and 2 more, respectively, and there are practically the same outbreaks as yesterday.
In total, in the last 24 hours there have been 49 new outbreaks of coronavirus, thirteen of them in the city of Valencia with 60 infected, most of social origin and the rest, of work origin. In Castelló de la Plana there are four outbreaks (23 infected), in Guadassuar there are three (13 infected) and in Ontinyent there are two (10 infections).
The largest outbreak has been registered in Quart de Poblet (Valencia), with 12 cases, although one from Castelló de la Plana and another from València also stand out with 9, in addition to one reported in the Valencian town of Algemesí.
The other outbreaks are in Benicàssim (3 cases, social origin), Vinaròs (6, social), Chiva (5, social), Elche (4, social), Crevillent (3, social), Benifaió (3, social), Alaquàs (4, social), Torrevieja (3, social), Alcalalí (4, social), Cullera (4, social), Santa Pola (3, social), Albal (4, social), Riola (4, social), Cheste (3, educational), Catarroja (4, social), Benejúzar (3, social), Anna (3, social), Dènia (4, labor), Xàtiva (4 social), Ayora (5, social), Paterna ( 3, social), Ibi (3, social), Rafelbunyol (3, social), Albuixec (3, social) and Benissanó (3, labor).
In total, since the last update, there have been ten deaths from coronavirus, of which four are from people who use residences, so the death toll since the start of the pandemic is 1,753 people: 256 in the province of Castellón , 606 in Alicante and 891 in Valencia.
HIGH INCOME AND HOSPITAL INCOME AND IN ICU
For its part, 679 discharges have been registered to patients with coronavirus, so the total of people cured since the beginning of the pandemic stands at 53,671: 6,117 in Castellón, 17,973 in Alicante and 29,535 in Valencia. In addition, the total number of unassigned discharges amounts to 46.
Thus, there are currently 7,109 active cases, which represents 11.37% of the total positives.
Valencian hospitals have 766 people admitted: 70 in the province of Castellón, with 10 patients in the ICU; 261 in Alicante, 52 of them in the UCI; and 435 in Valencia, 55 of them in ICU.
The total number of tests carried out for the detection of the coronavirus amounts to 1,290,827, of which 1,135,620 have been through PCR and 155,207 through rapid test.
UPDATE OF THE SITUATION IN THE RESIDENCES
To date, there are some positive cases in 30 nursing homes (4 in the province of Castellón, 9 in Alicante and 17 in Valencia), 6 centers of functional diversity (2 in the province of Castellón and 4 in Valencia), and 1 center for minors (in the province of Alicante).
Since the last data update, twenty-seven new positive cases have been registered, ten from residents and seventeen from workers. In addition, four users of these centers have died.
Currently, eight residences are under active health control surveillance in the Valencian Community, one in the province of Castellón, another in Alicante and six in Valencia.