Pharmacies throughout the Valencian Neighborhood bought a complete of 978,299 antigen exams in the course of the second week of the yr (from January 10 to 16), based on knowledge from the IQVIA consultancy.
The shelling out of the self-diagnostic exams grew barely on the nationwide stage (+3.6% in comparison with the earlier week). Particularly, Spanish pharmacies bought a complete of 8,115,310 COVID-19 antigen exams in that week, in comparison with 7,720,908 the earlier week.
Non-prescription gross sales formally started in Spain on 21 July, after being revealed within the Official State Gazette and authorized the day earlier than by the Council of Ministers. Previous to this date it was solely doable to accumulate them with a prescription, so their availability was very restricted.
Andalusia is the autonomous group that leads the acquisition of any such diagnostic exams towards COVID-19, with 1,537,093 within the week of 10 to 16 January 2022.
In that week it was adopted by Catalonia (1,533,372), Madrid (1,371,428), the Valencian Neighborhood (978,299), Galicia (402,794), the Basque Nation (325,295), the Canary Islands (323,172), Castilla y León (299,836), Aragón (236,481), Castilla-La Mancha (230,046), Murcia (220,689), Asturias (192,292), Balearic Islands (174,487), Extremadura (125,063), Cantabria (89,952), Navarra (51,383) and La Rioja (23,618).
The ‘inventory’ after this week stood at 2,959,083 nationwide, virtually a million fewer exams than the earlier week (3,919,536), with a transparent preponderance once more of Madrid (636,951), adopted by Catalonia (513,265).
The IQVIA report factors out that pharmacies “must restock as a way to meet the demand for the approaching weeks”, since they’re now bought at a most value of two.94 euro.