Infection rates in Spain are over FHi’s limit

Tenerife, SpainTenerife, Spain.Photo: Marianne Løvland / NTB scanpix

The infection rates in Spain are now at a level with what the Norwegian authorities consider a “red country”, but is still green.  NIPH will reevaluate this week.

According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control(ECDC), Spain has an infection rate of 20.7 per 100,000 people the past 14 days, writes Aftenposten. 

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health’s(FHI) limit for what is considered safe in terms of infection rate is 20 per 100,000 people. In only the last few days, the amount of infected in Spain had a drastic increase from 666 three days ago to 1,400 cases on Friday, according to numbers from Worldometer. 

On Friday, FHI will present a new overview between the green and red countries in Europe. 

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