The number of deaths associated with covid-19 between January 25th and February 7th had been above 40 percent of the total deaths, but in the following two weeks it went down to reach 21.7 percent of the total in the week of 15 to 21 February, in which 2,824 people died, 696 more than the average for the same period in the last five years. Between February 8 and 14, 3,349 people died, 31.6 percent of people with covid-19, 175 more than the average for that week in the years 2015 to 2019.