The Junta de Castilla-La Mancha has confirmed that last week, from June 20 to 26, 3,385 new cases of coronavirus infection were registered in people over 60 years of age. The province of Toledo recorded 1,439 cases, Ciudad Real 774, Albacete 396, Guadalajara 458 and Cuenca 318.
These 3,385 infections is the highest figure since April, when the mask was no longer mandatory and the authorities decided that they would only register the cases of the most vulnerable population. In previous weeks, the number of infected had moved in the range of 2,000.
Those hospitalized also increase and are now 491, of which 471 are in a conventional bed (58 more than the previous Friday) and 20 in the ICU (six more).
Of the 20 patients in the Intensive Care Units who need a respirator, Guadalajara has six, Toledo six, Albacete four, Ciudad Real three and Cuenca one.
Of the 471 admitted to a conventional bed, Toledo has 170 (111 in the Toledo hospital, 54 in Talavera de la Reina and five in the National Hospital for Paraplegics), Ciudad Real 101 (35 in Alcázar de San Juan, 23 in Ciudad Real , 16 in Tomelloso, 11 in Valdepeñas, 11 in Puertollano and five in Manzanares), Albacete 87 (67 in Albacete, ten in Almansa, six in Hellín and four in Villarrobledo), Guadalajara 81 (all in the Guadalajara hospital) and Cuenca 32 (all in Cuenca).