Almerimar

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 30 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - a lowering in the number of new cases (down to 103), 4 more deaths and more people in hospital

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/205061/cuatro-muertos-y-10-ingresos-disparan-la-curva-a-pesar-de-la-bajada-de-casos

Google translation:

Four deaths and 10 admissions trigger the curve despite the drop in cases

Only 103 infections have been registered in the last 24 hours, but there are 127 hospitalized

November closes with a new black day of the pandemic in the province of Almería, which in the last 24 hours has seen four other patients with coronavirus die and how hospitalized patients rebound again after three consecutive days of decline.

The daily part of the Ministry of Health arrives on Monday with the weekend effect on the positive counter and if yesterday there were 200 diagnosed, today there were only 103, which means that the last of November is situated like the days with least positive of the month in which the 300 daily cases have been greatly noticed and place the province with more than 18,000 PDIA tests (antigens and PCR) positive since March.

But the decrease in infections detected in 24 hours does not correspond to the changes experienced in the section of deceased and hospitalized, since, after the four deaths today, Almería already has 217 deceased patients and the 30 days of this month In this way, they leave a total of 60 deaths, that is, an average of two a day, since on the 1st of the month there were only 157 people from Almeria who died from the covid.

In the same way, if during the last three days it has been possible to celebrate two decreases in hospital pressure, today this trend has ended and the three hospitals in the province have experienced a rebound in admitted patients and right now there are 129 hospitalized, of which 38 are in the ICU. Thus, the changes with respect to the day before leave 10 new patients this Monday in the beds of the Almeria hospitals and two more in an Intensive Care Unit given their severity, although the total of these is reduced by one patient compared to Sunday , when they were 39.

Throughout the autonomous community, the weekend effect has also been noted in the number of positives, since there have been only 770, but not in deaths, which with 26 in the last 24 hours represent 12 more than the day before, when the community registered the second day with fewer deaths reported in November, after only 12 were reported on day 1.

In hospitals, the situation is very similar to that of Sunday: Cádiz (304 hospitalizations, of which 53 in ICU), Córdoba (196 hospitalizations, of which 34 in ICU), Granada (477 hospitalizations, of which 105 in ICU), Huelva (121 hospitalizations, of which 18 in ICU), Jaén (233 hospitalizations, of which 39 in ICU), Malaga (317 hospitalizations, of which 40 in ICU) and Seville (324 hospitalizations, of which 95 in ICU).

 

Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats30Nov2020

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 29 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 200 more cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/205010/un-nuevo-muerto-y-200-positivos-empanan-el-alivio-en-los-hospitales-almerienses

A new death and 200 positives tarnish the relief in Almeria hospitals

Hospital pressure drops and eight patients leave the ICU in 24 hours

The load in hospitals is one of the most reliable thermometers of how the pandemic is progressing in a territory and in the province of Almería, the last 24 hours have revealed that the pressure has registered a notable decrease that leaves only 121 hospitalized patients this Sunday , of which 39 are in serious condition.

The decrease that has been registered in hospital beds with respect to the day before means that since yesterday at 09:00 hours there have been nine patients who have left the hospital and end the most difficult moments of the disease, because in the The day before, there were 130 admitted, compared to 121 today, with 47 in an Intensive Care Unit, where at this time there are 39 people from Almeria that the covid has attacked with force.

This decrease in hospital pressure has been clouded by a considerable increase in the positives detected in the province in the last 24 hours, when there have been 200 cases of covid reported among the residents of the 103 municipalities of Almeria, 32 more than on Saturday , when they were 168. Thus, the PDIA tests (antigen test and PCR) with positive results today have broken the downward trend that the province had in recent days, since last Friday there were 180, far from the 300 that have been notified in other days.

We must also regret a new death, the covid patient 213 who loses his life in the province in which it is being the month with the most deaths of the entire pandemic, since it was declared in the month of March and the same day 21 Of that month, the death of an 86-year-old woman from Vera, the first fatality of the covid in Almería, will be reported.

Likewise, 138 coronavirus patients have been recovered, which does not prevent the number of active cases from increasing again, which is currently above 5,500 in the province of Almería and which has the capital as the main point of concentration of virus carriers.

Andalusia

As for Andalusia, the community once again sees how the number of positives decreases in 24 hours and today they are practically 200 less than the day before, since little more than 1,600 have been reported and yesterday they exceeded 1,800. As for the deceased, the fall has been even more pronounced and only 14 people have lost their lives, when yesterday there were more than 70.

Finally, the hospital pressure in the rest of Andalusia is as follows: Cádiz (293 hospitalizations, of which 54 in ICU), Córdoba (188 hospitalizations, of which 42 in ICU), Granada (488 hospitalizations, of which 110 in ICU), Huelva (118 hospitalizations, of which 18 in ICU), Jaén (224 hospitalizations, of which 40 in ICU), Malaga (304 hospitalizations, of which 39 in ICU) and Seville (326 hospitalizations, of which than 101 in ICU).

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 28 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours -  168 more cases and 2 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/204965/almeria-ya-supera-los-18-000-positivos-y-suma-otras-dos-muertes-en-24-horas

Google translation:

Almería already exceeds 18,000 positives and adds another two deaths in 24 hours

Hospital pressure drops, but the same patients in serious condition remain in ICU

Another weekend, the pandemic has left this Saturday in the province of Almería a considerable decrease in the number of positives detected in 24 hours, with 168 compared to 180 the day before, which does not prevent the 18,000 positives from being exceeded today. detected among people from Almeria since March through PDI tests (antigen test and PCR) and rapid tests.

As the daily part of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía collects, Almería also has to mourn two more deaths from covid-19, which represent half of those registered the day before, when four people from Almeria died, But they bring to 212 the number of residents of the province whose lives have been taken by the pandemic since the first was claimed in March.

The data also improve in the hospitals of the province if the number of hospitalized is taken into account, which was 135 yesterday and this Saturday has been reduced to the current 130, despite the fact that four covid patients have needed to be admitted to a hospital on the last day. Of the 139 hospitalized, the ICU beds did not show any variation and 47 continue with the same as on Friday.

For its part, throughout Andalusia, where today the positives in 24 hours have fallen below 2,000 and there have been 74 deaths, the pressure in hospitals remains similar to the day before: Cádiz (327 hospitalizations, of which 55 in ICU), Córdoba (212 hospitalizations, of which 43 in ICU), Granada (541 hospitalizations, of which 110 in ICU), Huelva (124 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Jaén (238 hospitalizations, of which than 45 in ICU), Malaga (322 hospitalizations, of which 43 in ICU) and Seville (371 hospitalizations, of which 106 in ICU).

Finally, in the province of Almería today, the recovery of 116 covid patients who have managed to defeat the disease and swell the list of cured, which currently has 12,359 Almería under their belt, almost 119,000 when it comes to Andalusia.

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 27 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 180 more cases and 4 deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204897/el-miedo-aumenta-con-un-nuevo-golpe-mortal-de-la-covid-4-fallecidos-y-180-casos

Google translation:

Fear increases with a new fatal blow from the covid: 4 deaths and 180 cases

There are already 210 people who have died from coronavirus and almost 18,000 infected

The pandemic does not give rest to the province of Almería and if the daily data from the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía arrive with a substantial reduction in positive cases detected in the last 24 hours, they are also presented with a new fatal blow of the covid, which today leaves four new patients deceased and there are already 210 people from Almeria who have been overcome by the pandemic since March.

The data collected at the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography once again makes evident the intensity of this second wave, more deadly than the first in Almería, and where October and November have been the months in which the death toll has skyrocketed . In this way, this Friday, in which Almería has dropped from the 300 cases detected in recent days, three municipalities have seen patients with covid die: Almería capital, where two of the four deaths of the last 24 hours and that already adds 59 due to coronavirus, and Alhama de Almería and Roquetas de Mar, where a death has been reported this Friday.

Likewise, data from the Ministry of Health show a new increase in recovered patients, with 134 from 09:00 hours on Thursday, which means that there are already 12,243 people from Almeria who have managed to overcome the disease. At the moment, it remains to be known how the hospital pressure is this Friday in the three centers of Almería, Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada, information that has not yet been provided by the Ministry of Health and that it will do so in the next few minutes, as The burden currently maintained by Almeria hospitals is especially worrying, with more than 40 people in serious condition in an Intensive Care Unit.

In Andalucia

For its part, Europa Press collects, Andalusia adds this Friday, November 26, 2,805 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, 1,464 less than those registered the day before and 1,588 less than Friday of last week, according to data consulted by Europa Press in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), which recorded 61 deaths, seven more than on Thursday and six more than seven days ago.

On this day, the province of Cádiz leads the increase in infections with 402 followed by Seville with 342; Malaga with 317; Granada with 265; and Jaén with 224. Below the 200 daily positives are Córdoba with 182, Almería with 180 and Huelva with 176.

For its part, Córdoba leads the daily number of deaths from Covid-19 with fifteen, followed by Seville with thirteen and Granada with ten. Below the ten are Malaga with nine, Jaén with six and Almería and Cádiz with four each. The province of Huelva does not register deaths this day.

The order in which people will receive the vaccine

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/18/actualidad/204884/los-15-grupos-de-poblacion-que-recibiran-la-vacuna-contra-el-covid-19

Google translation:

The 15 population groups that will receive the Covid-19 vaccine

The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced this Friday

The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced this Friday at a press conference the 15 population groups that, over three phases that are expected to begin in January and end in summer, will receive the Covid-19 vaccine, according to It is established in the Vaccination Plan against COVID-19, approved on Tuesday by the Council of Ministers.

As announced this week, the first to receive the vaccine will be the residents and health personnel of residences and centers for large dependents once the first doses arrive, from January 2021 to March, and then the rest of health personnel and large non-institutionalized dependents. In total, 2.5 million people will be vaccinated in the first stage of vaccination.

Likewise, and although it has not yet been decided which vaccination phase they will enter, the rest of the groups are: people over 65 years of age, people with risk conditions, people who live or work in closed communities or environments, vulnerable people due to their socioeconomic situation, people with essential jobs, teaching staff, children, adolescents and young people, people who live in areas with major coronavirus outbreaks or high incidence, pregnant or lactating women, and people who are HIV positive.

These groups have been established based on the criteria of risk of mortality, exposure to the disease, socioeconomic impact and transmission of the disease. "As we receive information on the availability of vaccines, the groups will be assigned throughout phase two and three," said Illa, to comment that the second phase will take place from March until the end of May or the beginning of June. and the third throughout the summer.

In this sense, the Minister of Health recalled that the main objective of the vaccination plan is to reduce morbidity, mortality and mortality from the coronavirus in Spain through vaccines, once they are authorized. "The vaccines that are going to receive authorization will enjoy all the safety and efficacy requirements and, if any of them do not have it, they will not be authorized to be administered in the European Union," he stressed.

Spain is going to receive a total of 140 million doses of vaccines, to immunize about 80 million inhabitants. "There will be vaccines to provide all the citizens of Spain and also to exercise our solidarity tasks that we also have very present," the minister assured.

The contracts signed by the European Commission will reach up to 1,400 million doses, some 800 million immunizations, since almost all the vaccines developed so far, such as Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca, consist of two doses. At the moment, Janssen's candidate is the only one that would be administered in a single dose.

 

Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats27Nov2020

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 26 November 2020

 

Andalucía to decide on Xmas restrictions in mid-December

https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2020/11/26/breaking-news-andalucia-coronavirus-measures-revealed-mid-december/

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 321 more cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204835/gran-subida-de-casos-en-almeria-preocupacion-por-pasar-la-barrera-de-los-300

Google translation:

Great increase in cases in Almería: concern about passing the barrier of 300 positives again

The province adds one more death

Almería returns to its worst figures and, once again, surpasses the barrier of 300 new cases in the last 24 hours. A setback after the decline in infections at the beginning of the week that gave way to hope, but the reality is that the positives have almost doubled. In addition, the situation in hospitals is getting worse, which is of great concern to health workers and political leaders.

With these hard data, the province also has to mourn a new death.

Well, according to the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería registers a total of 321 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests this Thursday. This Wednesday they were 172, 108 on Tuesday and 75 on Monday.

Despite this significant increase, the province remains (as usual) as the second Andalusian territory with fewer cases of coronavirus registered in the last hours.

Andalusia adds a total of 3,549 cases of Covid-19 this Thursday. On this day, the province of Granada leads the increase in infections with 678 followed by Cádiz with 660; Seville with 628; Córdoba with 367; Jaén with 363; Malaga with 356; and Almería with 321. Below the 200 daily positives, only Huelva appears with 176.

Deaths fell in Andalusia, which registered a total of 54 deaths in the last 24 hours, the lowest figure in three days. Seville clearly leads the daily number of deaths from Covid-19 with 16, followed by Cádiz with eleven and Granada with ten. Below the ten are Córdoba with seven, Malaga with six, Jaén with two and Almería and Huelva with one each.

The province adds, in total, 206 deaths of people with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic, last March.

The daily report of the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía reports that there are currently 141 people hospitalized in the province, of which 47 are in the Intensive Care Unit. This Wednesday there were 41 patients who were in the ICU.

The good news of the day: 161 more people have been cured of the coronavirus. In total, there are already 12,109 who have overcome the disease.

 

Cumulative stats using data from Almería 360

 AlmeriaCoronavirusStats26Nov2020

 

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 25 November 2020

 

Not good news - Poniente Hospital begins to use operating rooms for patients with Covid-19

https://elejido.ideal.es/elejido/hospital-poniente-comienza-20201124165721-nt.html

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The Poniente Hospital begins to use operating rooms for patients with Covid-19

The hospital center is going through the busiest moment in ICU since the pandemic began

The ICU of the Hospital de Poniente is almost 100% occupied, an operating room has been set up where there are two patients and another in which there is one, but even a third operating room could be put into use, as stated in the Hospital Contingency Plan and "in some cases it has been necessary to refer a patient both due to inability to be able to attend him safely to Torrecárdenas, while there are 30 patients in the ward, with the possibility that some may need to go to the ICU", said Acosta, who described the situation as “Controlled, highly monitored but tense. We are possibly at the time of most ICU occupation since the pandemic began ».

Along these lines, Acosta asked for responsibility and stressed that no patient has been transferred from any Granada Hospital to the Patient. "All the patients admitted are patients from the area, there are no transfers," he said.

 

Looks like there is a similar situation in all hospitals in the province

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204747/situacion-critica-en-los-hospitales-record-de-ingresos-y-mas-enfermos-en-uci

Google translation:

Critical situation in hospitals: record number of admissions and more patients in ICU

The government delegate makes a new appeal: "We have to be more prudent than ever"

Bad news this Wednesday about the evolution of the pandemic in the province and its consequences. And it is that Almería has once again surpassed a new record in the last hours: that of hospitalizations.

The delegate of the Government of the Junta de Andalucía, Maribel Sánchez, in the event organized on the occasion of the International Day against Gender Violence that is celebrated this November 25, has affirmed that at present there are 143 people from Almeria admitted to the health areas of the entire province, of which 102 people are in the plant and 41 in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

"They are the worst hospitalization figures since last March 12, from which time we have been fighting Covid-19 in Almería," the representative of the Autonomous Administration highlighted.

Maribel Sánchez has acknowledged that the daily positives have dropped and that the data in health districts such as Levante-Almanzora and Almería have improved, but has stated that this improvement must be transferred to hospitals in the province, in the form of less income.

The Government delegate has been convinced that the measures adopted by the Junta de Andalucía (which since Tuesday have become even more tougher in the province by passing all of this to alert level four) will be effective, as this is showing decrease in the number of cases. "They have to spend a few days so that the restrictions are also reflected in the hospitals," he pointed out.

"Today, we have to make an appeal to Almeria society to help administrations. For many measures and restrictions that are put, it is necessary to be more prudent than ever because the virus we have to stop it together," said the Delegate of the Government of the Junta de Andalucía in Almería.

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 172 more cases and 3 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204764/tres-muertes-mas-en-almeria-en-una-jornada-en-la-que-los-contagios-crecen

Google translation:

Three more deaths in Almería in a day in which infections are growing

The situation in hospitals is critical: record of hospitalized

Andalusia adds this Wednesday, November 25, a total of 1,205 cases of coronavirus confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, the lowest figure since October 4. Data that confirms that the curve flattens and the number of positives in the community decreases.

The delegate of the Government of the Junta de Andalucía in Almería, Maribel Sánchez, assured this Wednesday that the province has also experienced a decrease in the number of cases. Despite this, in the last 24 hours Almería has registered 64 more infections, a more or less expected situation after the passage of the so-called 'weekend effect' (when fewer diagnostic tests are normally done). In total, the province adds 172 positives, in a day in which Almería has to mourn new deaths: three more in the last 24 hours.

On this day, the province of Malaga leads the increase in infections with 264 followed by Cádiz with 205; Seville with 192; Almería with 172; Huelva with 133; and Jaén with 118. Below the hundred daily positives are Córdoba with 68 and Granada with 53.

The 1,205 cases diagnosed this Wednesday throughout Andalusia constitute the best daily data in 52 days and are 1,616 less than the 2,821 positives registered last Wednesday.

Deaths

Andalusia has added 64 deaths this day after 94 this Tuesday. Malaga also clearly leads the daily number of deaths from Covid-19 with 20, followed by Granada with twelve and Seville with eleven. Below the ten are Córdoba with nine, Jaén with five, Cádiz and Almería with three and Huelva with one.

The province adds, in total, 205 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, last March.

Regarding the situation of the Almeria hospitals, the Government delegate already advanced this morning: a new record of hospitalizations in the province. At present there are 143 people from Almería admitted to health areas throughout the province, of which 102 people are on the ward and 41 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

"They are the worst hospitalization figures since last March 12, from which time we are fighting against Covid-19 in Almería", highlighted the representative of the autonomous administration.

 

 Cumulative stats from data lifted from the Almería 360 site

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats25Nov2020

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 24 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 110 more cases and 3 more deaths

https://www.diariodealmeria.es/almeria/Almeria-contagios-Roquetas-Abrucena_0_1522647985.html

Google translation:

Almería maintains a low number of infections (110) but adds three deaths in Roquetas and Abrucena

The Board has reported that the data is being reviewed for errors in the Public Health Surveillance System

247 cured have been reported, so 68% of those infected have already passed the coronavirus

This Tuesday, for the second day in a row, the province of Almería registers a low number of new infections. The Ministry of Health has notified only 110 positives, of which 108 have been diagnosed by PCR tests and antigen tests. Only 75 cases were registered on Monday.

However, the bells cannot be thrown on the fly yet. These low data coincide with the technical problems that are occurring in the Public Health Surveillance System. As reported by the Junta de Andalucía on the website of the Institute of Statistics and Cartography, "due to a technical problem in the import of laboratory results, the data of confirmed cases of COVID-19 that are shown today may be incomplete. As of September, a new procedure for reporting COVID-19 cases has been incorporated into the Surveillance System based on the automatic importation of laboratory results. After an exhaustive analysis of the data, the series, which will be presented consolidated as of tomorrow, November 24 ". We have to wait for the report tomorrow Wednesday to see how this data adjustment is.

Until the data are consolidated, the result of this Tuesday leaves Almería as the second Andalusian province with fewer new cases. In total, in Andalusia 2,228 positives have been reported today: Almería 110, Cádiz 751, Córdoba 112, Granada 152, Huelva 79, Jaén 191, Málaga 267 and Sevilla 566.

By areas, the Almería District is once again the most affected by the pandemic, with 84 new infections. Only 18 have been diagnosed in the Northern District and even fewer in the Western District, with only 12 positives.
Three deceased in Roquetas de Mar and Abrucena

Despite the fact that infections have decreased in recent days, what does not stop are the deaths of people infected by COVID-19. Almería has already exceeded two hundred deaths. This Tuesday three new deaths have been reported: two in Roquetas de Mar and one in Abrucena, thus adding its first victim due to the pandemic.

In total, 202 people from Almeria have already died with COVID-19 since March. The virus has a lethality of 1.17%, that is, one in every 100 infected people in the province is dying.

The data review has caused Andalusia today to be a black day in terms of deaths. 94 deaths have been reported: Almería 3, Cádiz 10, Córdoba 5, Granada 15, Huelva 1, Jaén 19, Málaga 13 and Sevilla 28.
The number of active cases continues to decline

On the other hand, after Monday's cured surge (445), this Tuesday there is still good news in this regard. Health has registered 247 new registrations in the province. That is, 11,801 people have already overcome the coronavirus.

In this way, the number of active cases or people who are infected by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus decreases. Currently in Almería there are 5,245 active cases, so it is still the Andalusian province with the least, after Huelva, which accumulates 5,570.

However, there is a worrying fact in the report this Tuesday: 17 new admissions have been recorded in the hospitals of the province, six of them in the ICU. However, it is not yet known if they are old cases that had not been accounted for due to errors in the system or if they are income from the last day. It will be known when the Junta de Andalucía sends the communication with the current occupation of the hospitals.

Yesterday, Monday, the record for critically ill patients was broken again, with 39 people in ICUs. In total there were 127 hospitalized in the province.
Accumulated data in the pandemic

Since the first case of coronavirus was detected, 17,248 have already been diagnosed if those diagnosed with serological tests are added, 16,882 if only the PCR and antigen tests are taken into account.

Of all these confirmed cases, 11,801 people have already been cured. That is, 68.42% of the infected people have already overcome the infection.

On the other hand, 1,145 people have needed hospital admission since February due to SARS-CoV-2, which means that 6.64% of diagnosed cases have ended up in hospital. Of them, 159 have developed a more serious symptomatology that has made them enter the Intensive Care Unit. Thus, 13.89% of those hospitalized for COVID have ended up in the ICU. This is still the highest percentage in all of Andalusia, where the average is 8.80%.

In the province of Almería, 202 people infected by the coronavirus have died. The death rate of the virus is the second lowest in Andalusia, after Huelva. 28.18 people out of every 100,000 inhabitants have died. The Andalusian rate is 44.54 deaths.

 

Cumulative stats from Almería 360 - click on the image to see a much bigger version

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats24Nov2020

 

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 23 November 2020

 

Various medical districts in the province increase their level from tomorrow - including us in the Poniente medical region

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204596/alerta-roja-en-almeria-56-municipios-pasan-al-nivel-maximo

Google translation:

Red alert in Almería: 56 municipalities go to the maximum level

The health districts of Poniente and Levante-Almanzora increase their level of risk

The Junta de Andalucía will implement next Tuesday, November 24, the alert level 4 grade 1 as a consequence of the critical epidemiological situation derived from Covid-19 in a total of 103 municipalities in the provinces of Almería, Málaga, Córdoba and Cádiz that are currently They are at alert level 3 grade 1.

This was agreed this Sunday by the Advisory Committee on High Impact Public Health Alerts to analyze the evolution of the pandemic in a meeting chaired by the President of the Board, Juanma Moreno, in which it has been decided to extend until December 10 the general restrictions in force in Andalusia and only make the hours of bars and restaurants more flexible from next Tuesday the 24th to allow their opening until 9:30 p.m. exclusively for picking up orders and the opening of toy stores until 8:00 p.m.

Specifically, the Board will raise from next Tuesday and an initial period of 14 days the alert level 3 grade 1 to alert level 4 grade 1 to the Levante-Almanzora and Poniente de Almería health districts, Campo de Gibraltar in Cádiz, Area Sanitaria Norte de Córdoba and Valle del Guadalhorce in Málaga.

In Almeria

In the case of Almería, the 41 municipalities of the Levante-Almanzora district will pass to alert level 4 (Albanchez, Albox, Alcóntar, Antas, Arboleas, Armuña de Almanzora, Bacares, Bayarque, Bédar, Cantoria, Chercos, Chirivel, Cobdar, Cuevas del Almanzora, Fines, Los Gallardos, Garrucha, Huércal Overa, Laroya, Líjar, Lúcar, Macael, María, Mojácar, Olula del Río, Oria, Partaloa, Pulpí, Purchena, Serón, Sierro, Somontín, Suflí, Taberno, Tíjola, Turre , Urrácal, Vélez Blanco, Vélez Rubio, Vera and Zurgena) and the 15 of the Poniente district of Almería (Adra, Alcolea, Balanegra, Bayárcal, Berja, Dalías, El Ejido, Énix, Félix, Fondón, Láujar de Andarax, La Mojonera, Paterna del Río, Roquetas de Mar and Vícar).

For its part, in the province of Córdoba, the 25 municipalities of the North Sanitary Area will do so: Alcaracejos, Á Señora, Belalcázar, Bélmez, Cardeña, Conquista, Dos Torres, El Guijo, El Viso, Espiel, Fuente la Lancha, Fuente Obejuna, Hinojosa del Duque, La Granjuela, Los Blázquez, Pedroche, Peñarroya Pueblo Nuevo, Pozoblanco, Santa Eufemia, Torrecampo, Valsequillo, Villanueva de Córdoba, Villanueva del Duque, Villanueva del Rey and Villaralto.

Other provinces

In the case of Malaga, alert level 4 will come into effect on Tuesday in the 14 municipalities of the Guadalhorce health district (Alhaurín de la Torre, Alhaurín el Grande, Álora, Alozaina, Ardales, Carratraca, Cártama, Casarabonela, Coín, Guaro, Monda, Pizarra, Tolox and Yunquera) and in the province of Cádiz in the eight municipalities of the Campo de Gibraltar health district (Algeciras, Los Barrios, Castellar de la Frontera, Jimena de la Frontera, La Línea de la Concepción, San Martín del Tesorillo , San Roque and Tarifa).

On the contrary, the Advisory Committee for High Impact Public Health Alerts has decided to lower the alert level from next Tuesday, which goes from 4 to 3, in the 28 municipalities of the Axarquía health district (Alcaucín, Alfarnate, Alfarnatejo , Algarrobo, Almáchar, Árchez, Arenas, Benamargosa, Benamocarra, El Borge, Canillas de Aceituno, Canillas de Albaida, Casabermeja, Colmenar, Comares, Cómpeta, Cútar, Frigiliana, Iznate, Nerja, Periana, Riogordo, Salares, Sayalonga, Sedella, Torrox, Vélez-Málaga and Viñuela). Level 3 will also be followed by the six municipalities of the Málaga health district (Almogía, Málaga, Macharaviaya, Moclinejo, Rincón de la Victoria and Totalán).

Restrictions and capacity

Restrictive measures for level 4 include the limitation to a maximum of six people indoors and 15 outdoors for those attending wakes and funerals, as well as the reduction to 30% of capacity in civil and religious ceremonies, while banquets only They will be able to gather 30 people indoors and 50 outdoors, with a maximum capacity of 30%.

Likewise, for the commercial establishments of municipalities in level 4, a maximum capacity of 50% with a safety distance is established, while for public transport the obligation to leave a seat of separation between travelers and a limitation to 50% of the standing squares. With regard to private transport, only two people are allowed per row of seats, without occupying the passenger seat.

On the other hand, in the municipalities at level 4, the hotel and restaurant establishments will have a maximum capacity of 30% indoors and 75% on terraces; gyms 40%, and sports competitions, events and training will be held without spectators.

For cinemas, theaters and auditoriums of the municipalities that are going to be closed on the perimeter, a maximum capacity of 40% has been set, with up to 200 people indoors and 300 outdoors.

Environmental activities in level 4 areas may bring together up to six people indoors and ten outdoors, and parks may be open in general, although children's games will have to be closed, and activities in them may only be concentrated to a maximum of six people.

Level 3

For municipalities in level 3 districts, the Junta de Andalucía proposes that wakes and burials gather a maximum of ten people indoors and 20 outdoors, as well as limiting the maximum capacity of civil and religious ceremonies and banquets to 50% , where up to 50 people are allowed indoors and 75 outdoors.

Commercial establishments in these areas may fill up to 60% of capacity with a safety distance; The same percentage as for cinemas, theaters and auditoriums, facilities that can hold a maximum of 300 people indoors and 500 outdoors.

Congresses and fairs can also fill up to 60% of their capacity on Level 3, with a maximum of 300 people indoors and 500 outdoors. Likewise, the capacity in hotels and restaurants is limited to 50% indoors, while 100% is allowed on terraces.

For sports facilities the capacity is also limited to 50% on Level 3, with a maximum of 200 people indoors and 400 outdoors.

Regarding transport, it is allowed to occupy 100% of the seats in public transport, and 75% of the standing places. Environmental activities may be practiced in groups of up to ten people indoors and 15 outdoors, and parks and gardens may be open, with activities for a maximum of ten people.

 

English language article about the vaccination strategy for next year in Sspain

https://english.elpais.com/society/2020-11-23/spanish-pm-announces-unique-vaccination-strategy-via-the-countrys-primary-healthcare-system.html

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 75 more cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204642/record-en-la-uci-almeriense-39-personas-con-covid-necesitan-cuidados-intensivos

Google translation:

Record in the Almeria ICU: 39 people with Covid need Intensive Care

Record also of people recovered: 445 in the last hours

The coronavirus deals a new blow to the province and, once again, it reaches a record. This is related this time to people with Covid hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit: a total of 39 are in the ICU, four more in the last 24 hours.

The number of hospitalized also grows with respect to the data for this Sunday, going from 121 to the current 127, according to data from the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía.

But there is also good news in this Monday's data: 445 more people are suddenly added to the list of recovered people, which already rises to a total of 11,554.

The data from this beginning of the week, regarding new infections, are also positive, although it must be taken into account that normally fewer cases are reported on weekends.

The province adds in the last 24 hours a total of 75 confirmed positives through the so-called Active Infection Diagnostic Tests (PCR and antigen test). For many days this figure did not drop below a hundred infections.

Andalusia adds 1,455 cases of coronavirus this Monday. On this day, the province of Seville leads the increase in positives with 416 followed by Cádiz and Granada, with 342 each; Malaga with 106; and Jaén with 101. Below the hundred daily positives are Almería with 75, Huelva with 55 and Córdoba with 18.

Deaths

Despite these latest data, Almería has to mourn another death. There are already 198 people with coronavirus who have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic.

Seville also clearly leads the daily number of deaths from Covid-19 with 14, followed by Granada with nine, Córdoba with six and Jaén with five. Cádiz, Almería and Huelva register one death each, while Malaga does not add any on this day.

 

Cumulative stats from data on the Almería 360 site (the image is slightly bigger today if you click on it)

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats23Nov2020

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 22 November 2020

 

What happens from next week until 10 December

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/204555/andalucia-mantiene-el-cierre-de-municipios-y-los-horarios-hasta-diciembre

Google translation:

Andalusia maintains the closure of municipalities and schedules until December

The president of Andalusia announces that the situation is complicated but lowers some measures

Andalusia fears the unstoppable advance of the coronavirus and today it has once again reaffirmed its restrictions in all the provinces for the next few days, specifically, until December 10, as announced today by the president of the autonomous community, Juanma Moreno.

Since at the beginning of November the president of the Board, Juanma Moreno, announced the new restrictive measures to contain the advance of the pandemic in the autonomous community, what would be the next step has been one of the issues around which There has been more uncertainty and, this Sunday, the Andalusian president has confirmed the worst forecasts: the measures in force until December 10 are maintained.

After the meeting with the Committee of Experts, which began at 12:30 p.m. and has lasted for more than an hour and a half, Juanma Moreno has appeared at a press conference to detail the new measures agreed and on which, previously , said: "We listen to the experts. The situation continues to be complicated and the decision we adopt today has a fundamental mission: to save lives and save all possible businesses and jobs."

And so it will be during the next few days, since, as Moreno has pointed out, who has said that you have to choose "between what is right and what is easy", the perimeter closure of each and every one of the Andalusian municipalities is maintained until next December 10, as well as the time of the curfew from 10:00 p.m. to 07:00 a.m. On the other hand, as indicated, the hours are made more flexible for hotel establishments, which may be open until 9:30 p.m. for the collection of orders. Likewise, shops dedicated to the sale of toys may be open until 8:00 p.m.

"We are facing very difficult times, I call on you to increase our responsibility in the coming weeks," concluded Moreno, who assured: "We are working hard so that there is a Christmas that allows us to get together with our loved ones and recover economic activity."

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 193 more cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/204580/bajan-a-193-los-positivos-pero-almeria-roza-las-200-muertes-y-suma-12-ingresos

Google translation:

The positives drop to 193, but Almería touches 200 deaths and adds 12 admissions

Hospital pressure drops and 126 more patients recovered this Sunday

The day on which the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, will announce the new measures that will be in force in the eight Andalusian provinces over the next few weeks has been presented with hopeful news for Almería, which today has seen a pronounced decrease in the number of positives detected in 24 hours by adding 'only' 193 compared to more than 300 reported the day before.

The drop in the number of positives that has occurred this Sunday, which leaves 16,699 those infected by coronavirus who have been diagnosed by PCR or antigen tests in Almería, is accompanied by the epidemiological part of the Board of Health and Families Council for a new patient with covid-19 who died in the province, which brings to 198 people from Almeria who have died since March.

An improvement in hospital pressure is also reported in the three Almeria centers, Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada, where after three consecutive days, there has been a decrease in admissions today and 121 patients remain hospitalized, two less than in the day before, despite the fact that in the last 24 hours there have been 12 people from Almería who have required hospitalization. As for the ICUs, today there are 35 patients in serious condition, one less than the day before.

In the rest of Andalusia, the current hospital burden is as follows: Cádiz (352 hospitalizations, of which 58 in ICU), Córdoba (273 hospitalizations, of which 46 in ICU), Granada (638 hospitalizations, of which 128 in ICU), Huelva (133 hospitalizations, of which 18 in ICU), Jaén (293 hospitalizations, of which 45 in ICU), Malaga (352 hospitalizations, of which 53 in ICU) and Seville (565 hospitalizations, of which 118 in ICU).

In the autonomous community, for its part, a total of 2,490 positives have been registered compared to the more than 3,000 on Saturday and this Sunday there were 18 Andalusians who have lost their lives as a result of the disease. Finally, 2,265 covid patients have been recovered, 126 of them in the province of Almería.

 

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 21 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 304 more cases and 2 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/204523/mas-de-300-positivos-y-dos-nuevos-muertos-en-otra-jornada-fatidica-de-la-covid

Google translation:

More than 300 positives and two new deaths in another fateful day of the covid

Hospitals in the province keep 123 hospitalized for the third consecutive day

The weekend has begun in Almería with the pandemic again above 300 positives and two new deaths in another black day of the covid in the province, where the virus has become more deadly in the last two months and is already 197 people from Almería died from the disease.

This is how the daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía collects it this Saturday, where the 304 infected detected in the last 24 hours raise the total of patients diagnosed by PCR and antigen tests to 16,506 of the more than 214,000 that are in all Andalusia, where today 3,424 new infected have been notified.

With this new blow to the province, the pandemic becomes strong in Almeria hospitals, where for the third consecutive day it keeps 123 patients from the province admitted, seven new in the last 24 hours, when a patient in serious condition has needed to be admitted in an Intensive Care Unit, where 36 people from Almeria currently remain.

In the rest of Andalusia, the current hospital pressure remains the same at the moment: Cádiz (366 hospitalizations, of which 59 in ICU), Córdoba (307 hospitalizations, of which 49 in ICU), Granada (678 hospitalizations, of which than 136 in ICU), Huelva (138 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Jaén (308 hospitalizations, of which 45 in ICU), Malaga (378 hospitalizations, of which 49 in ICU) and Seville (648 hospitalizations, of which 121 in ICU).

It should also be noted that this Saturday, 50 deceased patients have been registered in the autonomous community, 16 of them in Seville, the highest number today.

For its part, the number of cured continues to increase and today there have been 218 patients who have said goodbye to the covid, which leaves the total already on the verge of 11,000 recovered since the beginning of the pandemic, in the month of March .

As reported by Health, as of November 20, the General Directorate of Health Care has carried out a total of 1,687,612 PCR, 649,733 rapid antigen tests and 1,145,537 rapid tests. In total, there are 3,482,882 tests carried out.

 

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 20 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 309 more cases and 3 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204453/almeria-vuelve-a-superar-la-barrera-de-los-300-contagios-y-suma-tres-muertes

Google translation:

Almería once again surpasses the barrier of 300 infections and adds three deaths

The daily data hit, again, the province

It happens again. The province once again surpasses the hard barrier of 300 infections in the last 24 hours and has to mourn three more deaths.

According to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería registered a total of 309 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests this last day, 70 more than last Thursday.

Despite these figures, the province ranks as the fourth Andalusian territory with the fewest infections in recent hours.

A total of 3,673 cases are registered throughout Andalusia, 377 more than those recorded the day before. Seville repeats for the ninth consecutive day as the province with the most daily positives with 855, followed by Cádiz with 789 and Granada with 508. The rest of the provinces register less than 500 cases: Malaga with 447, Almería with 309, Jaén with 276, Huelva with 257 and Córdoba with 232.

The deaths in the Andalusian community have also increased in this last day: 55 deaths from coronavirus, six more than those registered last Thursday.

Three of them occur in the province, which already has 195 deaths infected with Covid-19 since the pandemic began.

This Friday Córdoba is the province that registers the most deaths, with eleven, followed by Malaga with ten, Granada with nine, Seville with eight, Jaén with seven, Cádiz with five, Almería with three and Huelva with two.

Among the positive aspects of the day, it should be noted that the Junta de Andalucía has reported this Friday that hospital pressure is falling in the province, something that will be verified when knowing the data offered by the Ministry of Health in its daily part.

The provincial delegate of Health, Juan de la Cruz Belmonte, assured this Thursday that the coronavirus outbreaks declared in recent weeks in towns of the Levante-Alto Almanzora Health District are not worrisome and are already under control.

 

Cumulative stats from the Almería 360 website

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats20Nov2020

 Contingency plan implemented at the Poniente hospital

https://elejido.ideal.es/elejido/salud-activa-plan-20201120191915-nt.html

Google translation:

Health activates the contingency plan against Covid in the Hospital de Poniente

Only urgent surgical and oncological interventions are maintained, in addition to major and minor surgery that does not require subsequent admission

The evolution of the pandemic in the West of Almeria and the high number of patients admitted to the ICUs of the El Ejido regional hospital has led the Ministry of Health and Families to activate the contingency plan against Covid-19.

Yesterday afternoon, and after the publication of IDEAL in which it was warned that Health had suppressed surgeries in the Hospital de Poniente due to the pressure of the coronavirus in the ICU, the Junta de Andalucía reported that additional spaces are being prepared to increase the care posts for critically ill patients in order to face the gradual increase in coronavirus cases.

Likewise, the Andalusian Government confirmed that “since this week the scheduled activity with admission to the Surgical Block has been suspended, maintaining only urgent and oncological interventions. Outpatient major and minor surgery, which does not require subsequent admission of the patient, is being performed at around 70% of its usual volume ”.

The Board also assured that posts for critical patient care have been increased. «To the 13 care modules available in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), there is also the provision of complementary spaces in the Resuscitation area (up to 18 available positions), which are currently used for the care of non-Covid critical patients. In the Surgical Block, three of the operating rooms have also been reserved, with capacity for a total of six places, in case their use is necessary. These additional spaces have the necessary staff and equipment to guarantee the quality of care, "he explained in a statement in which he specified that, in the Hospitalization area, the center has a floor reserved for the care of Covid-positive patients. 19, with about 60 beds.

 

Normal activity

Faced with the readjustment of work in the Surgical Area, ICU and Hospitalization, in the rest of the services of the Hospital de Poniente the healthcare activity "continues normally", according to the Ministry of Health.

Thus, in the Emergency Department there are differentiated circuits for patients with respiratory symptoms, which include a tele-consultation. Ordinary activity is also maintained both in carrying out diagnostic tests and in External Consultations, where the use of telecare is reinforced in those cases where it is recommended.

In other units, such as Hemodialysis or Delivery, the activity has developed normally since the start of the pandemic. The Gynecology and Obstetrics Unit has treated a total of 93 women with Covid-19 who have been diagnosed with the disease at some point during pregnancy or before delivery.

Of them, a dozen have been transferred to the Maternal and Child Hospital of Almería to complete their delivery process there and another three for the immediate puerperium, after giving birth.

For his part, the managing director of the Poniente Public Health Agency, Pedro Acosta, wanted to highlight "the extraordinary work that our professionals are developing, with great coordination and involvement of all hospital units." He also stressed that "we are acting to reduce hospital pressure and guarantee both the care of patients affected by Covid-19, as well as that of the rest who require assistance in our facilities."

Acosta recalled that "this work is being carried out in parallel to the expansion works of the ICU, Emergency and Traumatology services, which are being carried out through the emergency route and which will allow us to notably increase the healthcare capacity."

The Intensive Care Unit will expand its surface by an additional 640 square meters. This will make it possible to considerably increase the available beds, with better and larger areas for care, spaces for isolating patients and new work areas for professionals.

In the Emergency Department, there will be an increase in surface area of ​​more than 900 square meters, which will be used for the growth of the urgent pediatric care area, as well as for observation, waiting rooms and consultations for the care of the adult population.

Traumatology will grow by another 159 square meters, which will also be added to the Radiodiagnosis area, located on the top floor.

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 19 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 239 more cases and 4 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204382/no-cesan-almeria-suma-cuatro-muertes-mas

Google translation:

They do not stop: Almería adds four more deaths

The province raises the positives for coronavirus to 239 this Thursday

The data speaks for itself. A total of 192 people infected with Covid-19 have died in the province since the start of the pandemic: four of them in the last 24 hours.

Again, a black day that the province is experiencing, as well as the entire Andalusian community, which this Thursday, November 19, adds 49 deaths.

This Wednesday Seville is the province that registers the most deaths, with twelve, followed by Granada with nine, Jaén and Córdoba with seven, Malaga with six, Almería with four, Cádiz with three and Huelva with one.

The infections also increase in the province on this Thursday day. According to data published by the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería registered 239 new cases during these last hours, compared to 218 yesterday.

In all Andalusia, a total of 3,296 positives of Covid-19 are registered, 475 more than those of the day before and 1,441 less than those registered last Thursday. Seville repeats for the eighth consecutive day as the province with the most daily positives with 805, followed by Granada with 608, Malaga with 406, Jaén with 372, Cádiz with 364, Córdoba with 288, Almería with 239 and Huelva with 214.

The province already exceeds 16,000 coronavirus infections.

Hospital pressure

Andalusian hospitals add their second consecutive day with less healthcare pressure due to the coronavirus by registering 119 fewer admitted in 24 hours to a total figure of 3,162, of which 525 are in an intensive care unit (ICU), three less than the the day before, when the highest number of the pandemic was recorded.

The daily report prepared by the Andalusian Regional Government Health Council will give more information on the situation of Almeria hospitals.

 

Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats19Nov2020

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 18 November 2020

 

Decision about post 23 November 2020 restrictions in Andalucía to be made on Sunday

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/18/actualidad/204304/restricciones-la-junta-lanza-un-mensaje-de-cara-a-navidad

Google translation:

Restrictions: the Board launches a message for Christmas

The vice president of the Board, Juan Marín, talks about the measures to stop the coronavirus

The vice president of the Board and counselor for Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration, Juan Marín, said this Wednesday that it is "very risky" at this time to make forecasts about the scenario and the possible measures that there will be to stop the coronavirus pandemic in the face of Christmas, above all, because the data of the last days are "terrible and painful".

Speaking to Canal Sur Televisión (CSTV), Marín stressed, on what scenario is anticipated for Christmas, that making forecasts "in the long term at this time is very risky and we would surely be wrong."

He has indicated that on Sunday 22 the committee of experts that advises the Andalusian Government will meet again to decide the measures for the next 15 days, starting on Tuesday 24 and until after the Immaculate Bridge, approximately.

Marín said that if the health data and expert reports recommend it, "many of the measures that have been adopted so far could be made more flexible," but always, above all, the objective is to preserve health and save all the lives that are possible.

He added that the data for the last few days "is terrible and painful enough to weigh on Christmas right now."

The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, will preside next Sunday the meeting of the Advisory Committee for High Impact Public Health Alerts to analyze the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic and decide whether to "extend, make flexible or toughen" the Restrictions activated at 00:00 on November 10 and will be in effect until 00:00 on Tuesday 24.

This was announced on Tuesday by the Minister of the Presidency, Public Administration and the Interior, Elías Bendodo, at the press conference after the weekly meeting of the Governing Council, where he warned that if the contagion curve, hospital admissions and income in UCI is not reduced "we will have to continue taking measures, whatever is necessary."

 

El Ejido - recent police action

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204307/el-ejido-mas-de-30-multas-por-saltarse-las-restricciones-en-la-ultima-semana

Google translation:

El Ejido: more than 30 fines for breaking restrictions in the last week

The Local Police has established more controls in the face of the latest announced measures

The Local Police of El Ejido continues to focus efforts on compliance with the measures decreed to contain and prevent the spread of the coronavirus throughout the municipality. So much so that more controls have been established in the face of the latest measures announced by the Junta de Andalucía in force until November 23 throughout the Community and the exceptions to each of them. The Police have filed more than thirty complaints in the last week for non-compliance with the limitation of circulation outside the municipal term, skipping the curfew, not using masks and establishments for not complying with sanitary measures

For this reason, the agents have intensified the devices to control mobility at the entrances and exits to the municipality and to prevent prohibited journeys from taking place; the cessation of non-essential activity at 6:00 p.m. and curfew at 10 p.m., with the exceptions in each case. In addition, they are monitoring the capacity according to the level and degree of incidence of the virus, being Level-3 in El Ejido and the entire Poniente Health District.

In this line, in the last week, the Local Police of El Ejido has filed complaints against 5 people for non-compliance with the limitation of circulation outside the municipal term and have made complaints against 2 people for not respecting the mobility time restrictions, which limit from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. the presence of passers-by on public roads. Similarly, the agents have filed complaints against 19 people for not using the mask. In addition, 5 minutes / complaints have been drawn up to public establishments for non-compliance with the health prevention measures against Covid-19.

To all this, we must add that the agents continue to carry out the monitoring of positive cases of Covid-19, in coordination with the Poniente District and the Health area, to verify that the positives or people in close contact with positives comply with strict manner with quarantine. In the same way, they are developing an important dissemination and information campaign of all the established measures, solving all the doubts that citizens may have about their compliance.

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - from Almería 360 for a change - 219 more cases and 2 more deaths

https://almeria360.com/actualidad/18112020_miercoles-almeria-covid_205751.html

Google translation:

Coronavirus in the province of Almería: Wednesday's report

The province of Almería has reported 219 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the last hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía. During the last day two deaths have been registered. The total in the province since the start of the pandemic is 188.

The province of Almería has reported 219 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the last hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía. During the last day two deaths have been registered. The total in the province since the start of the pandemic is 188.

The number of people who have overcome the covid-19 disease in these 24 hours has been 140 and since the beginning of the epidemic is 10,429 In the last hours there have been 12 hospital admissions, two of them in ICU.

Outbreak Information

In relation to the daily update of outbreaks in nursing homes, in the Lago de Arcos de la Frontera Residence (Cádiz) there are 68 confirmed cases (57 residents and 11 workers); in the Alicante de Peligros Residence (Granada) there are 25 cases (16 residents and 9 workers); in the San Juan de Dios Residence in Granada there are 48 confirmed cases (36 residents and 12 workers); In the EntreÁlamos Residence in Atarfe (Granada) there are 151 confirmed cases; and at the Nuestra Señora de la Misericordia Residence in Torreperogil (Jaén) there are 23 cases (17 residents and 6 workers).

In addition, in the Hijas de Jesús Residence in Málaga there are 13 cases (9 residents and 4 workers); In the Parra Grossi Residence in Ronda (Málaga), 40 cases are registered (29 residents and 11 workers) and one death has been reported in the last 24 hours (2 in total); 24 cases remain at the El Pinar de la Fuente de Hinojos Residence (Huelva) and one death has been reported in the last 24 hours (3 in total); in the Residencia Habitare de Castilleja de la Cuesta (Seville) there are 25 cases (20 residents and 5 workers); in the San Nicolás de Cantillana Residence (Seville) there are 15 cases and one death has been reported in the last 24 hours (3 in total); in the Nuestra Señora de Gracia Residence in Puebla de Cazalla (Seville) there are 30 cases (21 residents and 9 workers); in the La Alegría Residence in Carmona (Seville) there are 21 cases (16 residents and 5 workers); and in the Huerta Palacios de Dos Hermanas Residence (Seville) there are 20 confirmed cases and one death has been reported in the last 24 hours (1 in total).

Situation of educational centers in Andalusia affected by ovid-19

Partial or total suspension of the activity due to the incidence of the coronavirus, as well as the reopening of facilities after 77 days of the start of the school year in public, subsidized and private centers.

96.2 %% of Andalusian educational centers are free of coronavirus. Total or partial closings and reopens as of November 16: 6 total closings (of 7,099 centers, 0.08%). 261 classrooms (out of 78,024 classrooms, 0.33%. 179 reopening.

ALMERÍA: No complete closure of a total of 677 centers (0%). Partial closure of 12 classrooms of 7,133 (0.16%). 62 reopens.

CÁDIZ: No complete closure of a total of 858 centers (0%). Partial closure of 11 classrooms out of 11,123 (0.09%). 8 reopens.

CÓRDOBA: No complete closure of 775 centers (0%). Partial closure of 38 classrooms out of 7,390 (0.51%). 9 reopens.

GRANADA: No complete closure of a total of 856 centers (0%). Partial closure of 44 classrooms out of 8,700 (0.50%). 23 reopens.

HUELVA: No complete closure of 489 centers (0%). Partial closure of 20 classrooms out of a total of 5,170 (0.38%). 1 reopening.

JAÉN: A complete closure of a total of 611 centers (0.16%). Partial closure of 34 classrooms out of 5770 (0.58%). 27 reopens.

MÁLAGA: A complete closure of a total of 1,209 centers (0.08%). Partial closure of 69 classrooms out of 14,270 (0.48%). 17 reopens.

SEVILLA: 4 complete closings of 1,624 centers (0.24%). Partial closure of 33 classrooms out of a total of 18,439 (0.17%). 32 reopens.

 

Cumulative data based on information on Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats18Nov2020

 

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 17 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 110 more cases and five more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204239/otra-jornada-negra-cinco-muertes-en-almeria-y-andalucia-suma-89-fallecidos

Google translation: 

Another black day: five deaths in Almería and Andalusia add 89 deaths

In Almería there are already 186 people with Covid-19 who have lost their lives

One more day, Almería lives a black day. The data hit the province hard and, this time they do not do so with the number of infections, but with the number of deaths in the last hours: five new deaths. In a day in which Andalusia adds 89 deaths from coronavirus, the second highest figure in the pandemic after the 95 precisely in the past.

In Almería, there are already 186 people with Covid-19 who have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic.

This Tuesday, Granada is the province with the highest number of deaths with 34, followed by Cádiz with 15, Seville with ten, Malaga with nine, Jaén with eight, Córdoba with six, Almería with five and Huelva with two.

Number of positives

As for diagnosed cases, these drop in the province from 188 on Monday to 110 on November 17. The so-called weekend effect could be behind the drop in cases during the first two days of the week.

According to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Andalusia this Tuesday recorded a total of 1,889 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, the lowest daily figure since October 19, which was 1,695.

Seville repeats for the sixth consecutive day as the province with the most daily positives with 476, followed by Cádiz with 421, Malaga with 320, Jaén with 181, Granada with 166, Córdoba with 136, Almería with 110 and Huelva with 80.

The daily report of the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía will update the data on the situation of the Almeria hospitals and the number of people recovered in the last hours.

From the Provincial Delegation of Health it is trusted that throughout the week there will be a drop in coronavirus cases in Almería. We will have to wait for the data for the next few days to know if this prediction is confirmed or not and if the latest restrictions approved by the Junta de Andalucía are being effective.

 

Cumulative stats based on information from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats17Nov2020

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 16 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 188 new cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204168/efecto-fin-de-semana-almeria-baja-hasta-los-188-contagios

Google translation:

Weekend effect: Almería drops to 188 infections

The province adds a new death in the last 24 hours

Almería has ended its worst week of the pandemic: almost 1,800 infections and 14 deaths. The coronavirus is advancing strongly in the province, in which 46 municipalities are already "at extreme risk" by exceeding 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days.

Despite these harsh figures, the Provincial Health Delegation trusts that there will be a drop in coronavirus cases throughout the week. The truth is that this Monday day, due to the influence of the so-called effect of the weekend, Almería registers 188 new positives, 40 less than this Sunday, but again it has to mourn a death.

The province is placed at the beginning of the week in the third Andalusian territory with the least cases.

Andalusia posted 2,127 positives this Monday, 1,466 less than those posted the day before. Seville repeats for the fifth consecutive day as the province with the most daily positives with 450, followed by Cádiz with 400, Granada with 357, Jaén with 315, Malaga with 191, Almería with 188, Córdoba with 140 and Huelva with 86.

Deaths

The Andalusian community adds 22 deaths from Covid-19 this Monday, 13 less than the day before and the lowest figure since last November 8, according to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA). One of them has occurred in Almería, where 181 people infected with coronavirus have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic.

Córdoba is the province with the highest number of deaths, with seven, followed by Granada, Seville and Jaén, with four each. Below are Huelva with two deaths and Almería with one, while Malaga and Cádiz do not add deaths in 24 hours.

We will have to wait for the daily report of the Ministry of Health to find out the situation of the Almeria hospitals and if there are new recovered patients.

Of what there is official confirmation, it is already the appearance of new cases of Covid in the residences of El Zapillo, in the capital Almería, and of Macael, in the Almanzora region.

 

Cumulative stats from Almería 360 (missing death stats in the data published today for some reason)

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats16Nov2020

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 15 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 228 new cases and 2 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204121/bajan-en-mas-de-cien-los-contagios-pero-almeria-suma-dos-nuevas-muertes

Google translation:

Infections fall by more than a hundred but Almería adds two new deaths

More than a hundred people have also recovered in the last hours

Coronavirus infections in the province fall and they do so sharply, after a new provincial record was reached yesterday. And it is that this Sunday 112 infections are reported less than this Saturday. Again, there are two deaths in Almería to be regretted.

The daily report, prepared by the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía, collects that the province registers in the last 24 hours a total of 228 new positives for Covid-19.

Almería is once again the second Andalusian territory with the least contagions, behind it (as almost always) Huelva.

All Andalusia adds 3,593 more positives this day, 602 less than those recorded the day before. Seville repeats for the fourth consecutive day as the province with the most daily cases with 832, followed by Granada with 818, Cádiz with 546, Malaga with 497, Jaén with 378, Malaga with 356, Córdoba with 251, Almería with 228 and Huelva with 184.


 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 14 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 340 cases and 5 deaths!

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204086/el-coronavirus-sigue-imparable-nuevo-record-de-contagios-y-cinco-fallecidos

Google translation:

The coronavirus continues unstoppable: a new record of infections and five deaths

Almería reaches 340 positives this Saturday

Black day in the province of Almería. If this Thursday Almería exceeded the provincial record in this pandemic, this day brings with it a new maximum in the number of infections. To which must be added the sad and dramatic figure of five deaths in the last 24 hours.

This Saturday, Almería exceeds and long, according to data provided by the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía incorporated in its daily part, the 300 positives. And it is that in total, the province registers 340 new cases, 37 more than what was until now the provincial record in this pandemic.

According to data from the regional government, Almería is today the fifth Andalusian province with the most cases, on a day in which the entire community registers 4,195 positives (288 less than those recorded the day before).

Seville repeats for the third consecutive day as the province with the most daily cases with 1,092, followed by Granada with 833, Cádiz with 514, Malaga with 497, Almería with 340, Córdoba with 330, Huelva with 297 and Jaén with 292.

Deceased

The death toll remains more than harsh. Andalusia adds 41 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours this Saturday, five less than the day before. Five of them have occurred in the Almeria province, in which 178 people have already lost their lives with Covid since the beginning of the pandemic.

This Saturday, Seville is the province with the highest number of deaths, with 13, followed by Granada with eight. Behind are Almería with five, Córdoba with four, Huelva, Jaén and Málaga with three each and Cádiz with two.

The province currently has 122 hospitalizations, of which 33 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). In the last 24 hours there have been four new entries.

The daily Health report also collects, as the only positive aspect of the day, that 134 more people have overcome the disease. In total, there are already 9,815 people from Almeria who have defeated the Covid. 19.

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 13 November 2020

 

Change to delivery times for food from bars and restaurants in Andalucía

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/20/economia/204006/los-bares-pueden-abrir-ahora-hasta-las-23-30-horas-para-el-servicio-a-domicilio

Google translation:

The bars can now open until 11:30 p.m. for home delivery

10.30 pm is set as the "deadline to place orders"

The Junta de Andalucía has decided to introduce an exception to the time limitation that requires the closure of the hotel and restaurant establishments from 6:00 p.m. in effect since last Tuesday the 10th to allow them to continue with their activity until 11:30 p.m. "exclusively for the home delivery service ", setting 10:30 pm as the" deadline for placing orders ".

This is established by a "correction of errors" of the order of October 29 of the Ministry of Health and Families by which the levels of health alert are established and temporary and exceptional measures are adopted for reasons of public health in Andalusia for containment of the Covid-19 coronavirus published this Friday by the Official Gazette of the Junta de Andalucía (BOJA), just one day after the massive mobilizations led by the hotel and catering sector in the eight capitals of the community.

Said order, in force since last October 30, established "as the closing hours of the establishments the 10:30 p.m. maximum, except in the case of hospitality establishments with a special regime in accordance with the provisions of the Catalog of Public Shows, Recreational Activities and Public Establishments of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia ".

The "correction of errors" published this Friday in the BOJA first adapts the hospitality hours to the new restrictions in force since Tuesday, November 10, which requires the closure of all non-essential activities after 6:00 p.m. and sets the curfew between 22.00 and 07.00 hours, and establishes in general that "the closing time of the establishments to the public will be 30 minutes before the time set by decree of the President of the Junta de Andalucía by virtue of the limitation of the freedom of movement of people at night in the Autonomous Community ".

Orders until 10:30 p.m.

Along with this, the new provision introduces a caveat to allow hospitality establishments "to continue in any case with their activity until 11:30 p.m., exclusively for the home delivery service, establishing the deadline for placing orders at 10:30 p.m." .

It also establishes that "this time limitation will not apply to hospitality establishments without music that are under a special schedule in accordance with the provisions of article 27 of Decree 155/2018, of July 31, by the that the Catalog of Public Shows, Recreational Activities and Public Establishments of Andalusia is approved and its modalities, opening or installation regime and opening and closing hours are regulated ".

The "correction of errors" does not alter the current regulation on the general conditions for activity in hotel and catering establishments and maintains that "the maximum occupancy will be six people per table or group of tables", as well as that "in general Consumption outside or inside the premises will be done sitting at a table, or groupings of tables, ensuring the maintenance of the proper safety distance between tables or groups of tables so that, between customers of different groups, there are at least 1.5 meters or, where appropriate, between customers located at the bar, if consumption at the bar is permitted ".

 

Article from last night about recent outbreaks in the province

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/203980/almeria-suma-10-nuevos-brotes-de-coronavirus-con-70-casos-en-la-ultima-semana

Google translation:

Almería adds 10 new coronavirus outbreaks with 70 cases in the last week

Another 16 from last week are still active in the province

In Almería, 10 new coronavirus outbreaks have been declared in the last week, with 70 cases in total, and in addition another 16 of the previous one remain active, according to the daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía, which collects 106 new outbreaks in the autonomous community.

The 10 outbreaks in Almería are distributed in the Levante-Alto Almanzora district (two outbreaks of 4 and 12 cases), Poniente (three outbreaks of 5, 4 and 11 cases) and the Almería Health District (five outbreaks of 3, 8, 8 , 10 and 5 cases).

Just as the largest number of new outbreaks is registered in the Almería district, yesterday's data also reflect that the main focus of infections is now in this area of ​​the province, and especially in the capital, which has concentrated more than one third part of the infections of the day, with 114. But this data is not isolated or occasional, but it continues the trend marked in the last two weeks.

In these last 14 days, 1,008 infections have been diagnosed in the capital, also more than a third of the total in the province, which has been 2,961. And in the last seven days, the positives confirmed in the capital have risen to 516, compared to 1,502 for the entire province.

This rebound in Almería has brought the cases per 100,000 inhabitants up to 507.7 in 14 days, well above the provincial average, which is currently 413 cases per 100,000 people.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 3,912 cases of coronavirus have been detected in the capital, of the 14,645 in the province. Of those infected in Almería capital, 2,119 have been cured and 49 have died, which means that there are now 1,744 active cases in the city. In the whole province there are 5,001.

At first, the large outbreaks and sources of contagion in the province were located in the Poniente region, especially linked to agricultural operations and the presence of the immigrant population that works in them. Later, this same situation was experienced in the Níjar region and then in the rest of the Levante-Alto Almanzora district, which has also concentrated the highest incidence of the virus for a few weeks, and currently still has the largest number of municipalities with the higher rates, even above 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, although most of the cases are in small towns, where a small number of infections causes a sharp rise in this rate.

After these outbreaks related to the agricultural sector, in recent weeks the health authorities have linked most of the outbreaks to issues of population mobility, nightlife and family and social gatherings, and have reiterated the importance of personal responsibility and strict compliance with the measures and restrictions imposed in the fight to reduce the incidence of the coronavirus.

 

What happens in Andalucía after 23 November 2020?

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/18/actualidad/203965/seguiran-las-restricciones-mas-alla-del-23-de-noviembre-marin-lo-tiene-claro

Google translation:

Will the restrictions continue beyond November 23? Marín is clear

The vice president speaks of the panorama that arises "if the evolution is favorable"

The vice president of the Andalusian Government, Juan Marín, has warned this Thursday that "as a lesser evil" the anticovid measures and restrictions in force in Andalusia will have to be "maintained" at least one week, ten or 15 days "beyond the November 23.

"If the data evolve favorably, this situation could be maintained for a week, or 10 or 15 days more, whatever the experts say, but if the health data does not accompany it, other decisions will have to be made," he said.

In an interview in Onda Cero in Almería, collected by Europa Press, he has summoned to await the impact of the measures and restrictions in place, although he has remarked that the "objective has to be to open a little for the Christmas campaign ".

"We do not know how long the measures will have to be prolonged, that is the reality, but we do hope that, maybe, if everything goes well, in the Christmas campaign, where we not only go to see relatives or make gifts, but where the economy also moves a lot, it could open up a bit, "he explained.

Marín has conditioned this objective "to absolute priority", which happens, as he stressed, "because the health data accompany us" and has insisted that the Andalusian Government "has given clear signs that when hard decisions have to be made, he does, always trying to make the health-economy binomial as compatible as possible ".

He emphasized the uncertain evolution of the pandemic and the virus, and recalled how "just 20 days ago, the curve was on the decline and overnight, it skyrocketed."

"We must continue to assess the indicators on a weekly basis and see how we can carry out the work in the most efficient way possible, but there will continue to be deaths from covid-19 unfortunately for a long time and we have to contain that dam that can save us many lives and what is health ", he concluded.

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 276 more cases and 2 cases

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/204028/el-coronavirus-avanza-y-la-preocupacion-aumenta-276-casos-y-dos-fallecidos

Google translation:

The coronavirus advances and the concern increases: 276 cases and two deaths

In recent days, 12 staff members (corrected Google translation as it said toilets) have been infected in Torrecárdenas

If this Thursday Almería exceeded the provincial record in this pandemic, this day brings with it a slight decrease in the number of infections. The coronavirus advances in Almeria territory and the concern among health workers and political leaders is increasing. Today, again, we must mourn two new deaths in the province.

And it is that Almería has reached 276 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests this Friday, 24 hours after the 303 cases were reached, which became the provincial record. The province is still today the Andalusian territory with the fewest cases.

Andalusia has registered a total of 4,483 positives, 254 less than those recorded the day before. Seville repeats for the second consecutive day as the province with the most daily cases with 1,047, followed by Granada with 951, Cádiz with 575, Malaga with 541, Jaén with 482, Córdoba with 326, Huelva with 285 and Almería with 276.

At present, 130 people are hospitalized in the province, of which 32 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Only at the Torrecárdenas University Hospital are more than half of the coronavirus patients admitted.

As LA VOZ has learned from unofficial sources, in recent days 12 health professionals from Torrecárdenas have been infected.

Deaths

One more day we must regret deaths in the province: two in the last 24 hours. A total of 173 people with Covid-19 have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic.

The 46 deaths of this day registered throughout Andalusia are the lowest figure since last Monday after registering 95 deaths last Tuesday, the highest daily data of the entire pandemic.

The province of Granada repeats as the one with the highest number of deaths, with 13, followed by Seville with nine and Malaga with eight. Behind are Cádiz and Jaén with six and Almería with two, while Huelva does not count deaths on this day.

 

Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats13Nov2020

 

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 12 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 303 more cases and 2 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/203942/duro-golpe-del-coronavirus-almeria-da-el-salto-a-los-300-contagios

Goole translation:

Hard hit of the coronavirus: Almería makes the leap to 300 infections

Almería adds two new deaths this black Thursday

Hard hit of the coronavirus. Almería makes the leap to 300 infections and surpasses the provincial record in this pandemic. So far, this was in the 299 positives determined by PDIA (Active Infection Diagnostic Tests) registered on October 29 and this Thursday exceeds this figure, reaching 303 new cases confirmed by PCR and antigen tests. In a day, in addition, in which he also has to mourn two new deaths.

Despite these harsh figures, Almería this day is placed in the last position with respect to the provincial data of Andalusia, in which 4,737 positives have been reported (1,357 more than those recorded the day before).

Seville ranks on this day as the province with the most daily cases with 1,320 -almost double that of Wednesday-, followed by Granada with 920, Cádiz with 487, Córdoba with 478, Malaga with 440, Jaén with 415, Huelva with 374 and Almería with 303.

Deaths
Andalusia adds 68 deaths from Covid-19 coronavirus in 24 hours this Thursday, November 12, six more than the day before and the third highest figure in the entire pandemic, according to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA).

Two of them have taken place in the province, in which 171 people infected with coronavirus have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic.

The province of Granada concentrates the majority of the Board's deaths, with 27, followed by Cádiz with twelve and Seville with eleven. Below the ten are the rest of the provinces, Córdoba with seven; Jaén with four; Malaga with three; and Almería and Huelva with two.

The daily report prepared by the Andalusian Regional Government Health Council will give more information on the situation of the Almeria hospitals and will update the data related to the people who have already overcome the disease and the outbreaks registered so far in the province .

 

Police patrolling El Ejido boundaries

https://almeria360.com/actualidad/12112020_entradas-2_207702.html

Google translation:

The Local Police establish devices to control the entrances and exits of El Ejido

The agents have established checkpoints at the entrances and exits of El Ejido and in the Almerimar roundabout to prevent prohibited journeys from taking place and to try in this way to stop new infections.

The Local Police of El Ejido is intensifying mobility controls in the municipality in compliance with the new measures established by the Junta de Andalucía against COVID-19 from 00.00 hours last Tuesday 10 and valid until November 23 in the entire Autonomous Community.

The agents have established checkpoints at the entrances and exits of El Ejido and in the Almerimar roundabout to prevent prohibited journeys from taking place and to try in this way to stop new infections.

The exceptions to mobility between municipalities are:

• Assistance to health services and establishments
• Labor, educational or legal obligations
• Return to habitual residence
• Care of the elderly, minors or people with disabilities
• Collection of gardens and care for domestic animals
• Purchase of non-existent food in the municipality itself
• Assistance to veterinary care centers for emergency reasons
• Displacements of athletes of absolute category, high level or high performance
• Causes of force majeure or situation of need

In addition to these mobility control devices, the agents visit the main shopping streets of El Ejido and the centers every day to check that the establishments that are not classified as essential close at 6:00 p.m. and that the curfew is observed at 10:00 pm, except for the exceptions in each case.

In the same way, they are in charge of checking the capacity according to the level and degree of incidence of the virus, being Level-3 in El Ejido and the entire Poniente Sanitary District; the mandatory use of the mask; compliance with the quarantine of positives or close contacts with positives, in coordination with the Poniente Health District and the Health area; and that the meetings in the public and private sphere should not be more than six people.

It is recalled that failure to comply with the measures carries financial penalties, in addition to the health risk.

 

Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats12Nov2020

 From 23 November 2020 people from UK and around 60 other countries will need proof of a negative PCR test in the last 72 hour to enter Spain via air or sea?

https://english.elpais.com/spanish_news/2020-11-12/spain-will-require-negative-pcr-test-from-travelers-coming-from-over-60-countries.html

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 11 November 2020

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 230 more cases, 2 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/203874/los-datos-empeoran-almeria-vuelve-a-superar-los-200-casos-y-suma-dos-muertes

Google translation:

The data get worse: Almería once again exceeds 200 cases and adds two deaths

After the drop on Tuesday, the coronavirus figures for this Wednesday rise again

The hope open this Tuesday before a possible decrease in the number of infections has been broken this day when Almería once again exceeds 200 new cases of coronavirus. To these bad data we must add another one: the province has registered two new deaths in the last 24 hours.

According to data consulted in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería has gone from 172 positives this Tuesday to 230 this Wednesday.

Despite this, on this day the province continues to be the second Andalusian territory with the fewest infections. Granada is the province with the most daily cases with 713, followed by Seville with 692, Malaga with 465, Jaén with 401, Cádiz with 389, Córdoba with 281, Almería with 230 and Huelva with 209.

The total of cases diagnosed in Andalusia by PCR and antigen tests has been 3,380, 535 more than those recorded the day before and 1,017 more than those registered seven days ago.

Deaths

Andalusia adds 62 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours this Wednesday, 33 deaths less than the day before when the record for deaths of the second wave was recorded. Two of these deaths have occurred in Almería, which already has 169 deaths of people infected by Covid since the start of the pandemic.

On this day, the province of Seville with 20 and that of Jaén with 15 registered most of the deaths on this day, while the rest of the provinces accounted for less than a dozen deaths with: seven in Córdoba, five in Malaga, in Granada and Cádiz, three in Huelva and two in Almería.

The daily part of the Ministry of Health will give more information on the situation of Almeria hospitals and will update the number of people who have managed to overcome the disease, as well as the status of the outbreaks detected in the province of Almería.

 

Cumulative data from Almería 360 - note that I have updated the layout today (click on the image then click again to see a big version of the image)

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats11Nov2020