This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 7 August 2020.
Daily stats - another 112 cases in the province
See the Spanish article for a table with details of the location of the latest cases.
The province of Almería reports 112 positives in covid-19 in the last 24 hours
The capital, Roquetas, El Ejido, Níjar and La Mojonera account for most of the new confirmed cases.
Almería once again breaks its own record for positives at covid-19. On this occasion, 112 infections have been reported, according to data from the Andalusian Regional Government's Health Department. The capital, Roquetas, El Ejido, Níjar and La Mojonera account for most of the new confirmed cases. See table.
In the last 7 days the number of confirmed positive in the province amounts to 498 and 772 in the last 14.
In the last day, 5 patients have needed hospitalization and 22 have overcome the disease. In total, Almería has 42 hospitalizations, of which 10 are admitted to the ICU.
Cádiz (10 hospitalizations, of which 2 in ICU), Córdoba (10 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU), Granada (12 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU), Huelva (3 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU ), Jaén (3 hospitalizations and none in the ICU), Malaga (15 hospitalizations, of which 1 in the ICU) and Seville (5 hospitalizations, of which 1 in the ICU).
Andalusia has registered 309 positives in the last hours.
There are currently 96 active outbreaks in Andalusia, after registering 14 new outbreaks and entering 4 in overcoming in the last hours.
Outbreak situation in Almería
Number & Region Confirmed cases Phase
70. Almeria (Almeria) 7 Investigation
61. Almeria (West) 4 Research
55. Almeria (Levante-Alto Almanzora) 5 Investigation
46. Almería (North Almería) 4 Investigation
45. Almeria (I raised) 70 Investigation
38. Almeria (Almeria) 6 Investigation
29. Almeria (Almeria) 19 Investigation
25. Almeria (Almeria) 5 Control
3. Almería (Levante-Alto Almanzora) 14 Control
The mystery of the fiddled stats continues
It continues to look like there is some form of fiddling going on with the numbers. Based on the information published today. Things continue to not add up.
The definition of an outbreak (lifted from an article on the El País In English site
"An outbreak is defined by the ministry as a group of three or more infections with an epidemiological link, and it is considered active if there has been transmission within the last 14 days. In the case of infections detected in senior centers, one positive case is considered an outbreak."