The positivity test rate in the Balearics is 15.68%, higher than the 13.69% average of the past week.
The 14-day cumulative incidence rate for the islands as a whole stands at 263 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, lower than the 286 cases reported on 17 April.
For the past seven days, the cumulative incidence rate stands at 106 cases per 100,000 people.
By islands, the highest cumulative incidence rate for 14 days is in Mallorca (279), followed by Minorca (234), Ibiza (204) and Formentera (34). By municipalities, Valldemossa leads the IA14 (636), followed by Santa Margalida (618), Muro (585) and Campanet (521).
Since the pandemic began in the Balearics, the Health Ministry has confirmed 272,417 cases of coronavirus on the islands.
Of the new 334 positive cases diagnosed yesterday, 218 were detected in Mallorca, 32 in Minorca, 28 in Ibiza and 1 in Formentera. In addition, there are 55 cases without specifying the island.
A total of 971,579 people over the age of four have been fully vaccinated, which represents 86.8% of the population, and 49.4% have received the booster dose.
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0.47427289780006% of those testing positive if the above figures are correct.
About as dramatic as an accountant summary for the board of directors. If this is sensationalism, then I'd love to see how they dramatise a box of rocks. Those commies aren't very clever, are they?
As the Masks can be removed !!!.
Because journalists love DRAMA to sell their stories. Most journalists have less knowledge of "real" life than most "politicians" (never had a proper job), and when the two get together there is only one outcome - a "DRAMA".
It was all faked by communists anyway.
The death toll will unfortunately never fall so why the dramatic headline?