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300 deaths were reported after receiving COVID-19 vaccines in Spain.
According to Spanish media reports on September 17, the Spanish Drug and Health Products Administration released the latest report on the 16th, showing that as of September 5 local time, Spain has been vaccinated 66835878 doses of COVID-19 vaccines, 41751 cases of adverse reactions were recorded, of which 8515 were serious adverse reactions, and 300 deaths occurred.
The report showed that 88% of adverse reactions occurred in people between 18 and 65 years old, and 76% of cases were women; the most frequent adverse reactions were fever and pain at the site of vaccination.
According to data from the Spanish Ministry of Health on September 16, the country has a total of 4,926,324 confirmed cases and a total of 85,739 deaths. In the past 24 hours, Spain has newly confirmed 1,727 cases and 246 new deaths in the past 7 days.
According to Spanish media reports a few days ago, the Spanish capital Madrid region government has decided to further lift the control measures to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.
From September 20, a series of restaurants, bars, cinemas and theaters in the Madrid region will be closed for business hours. The capacity of dining venues will also be further expanded. Indoor seating will be allowed to accommodate up to 75% of customers, outdoor seating will be allowed to open 100% of seats, and the maximum number of people per table will be increased to 10.
In addition, the region still maintains some control measures, such as still prohibiting residents from dancing in ballrooms, and maintaining a safe distance of more than 1.5 meters between customers of dining establishments.
(source:internet, reference only)