11 more cases in the last 24 hours in the province. The good news is no increase in cases in the 4 local outbreaks.

The article here on the La Voz de Almería site has the details.

Almería reports 11 new positives and adds three more hospitalized in 24 hours

The coronavirus curve continues to rise in the province, which is no longer the ‘worst’ Andalusian

The cases of daily coronaviruses detected by PCR in Almería have registered a slight decrease today compared to the last days, adding 'only' 11 new positives in the last 24 hours. With these data, the curve of the coronavirus continues to increase in the province, which this Sunday has also seen a considerable increase (three more) in new hospitalized patients in the three hospitals in Almería, Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada.

The good news is maintained in the four active outbreaks in the Poniente de Almería health district, since none of these, not Adra, nor El Ejido, nor Berja, nor Roquetas de Mar have added positively to the figures that also They presented this Saturday and that it left these outbreaks with six positives in the municipality of Aberdeen, 64 in El Ejido, 31 in Berja and five in Roquetas de Mar.

This is shown today in the daily report offered by the Andalusian Regional Ministry of Health and Families, in which the province of Almería appears with 797 total positives detected by PCR in the province and with seven currently hospitalized, of which two they remain in the Intensive Care Unit. A situation that in the rest of the Andalusian provinces is as follows: Cádiz (4 hospitalizations and none in ICU), Córdoba (4 hospitalizations of which 2 in ICU), Granada (9 hospitalizations of which 1 in ICU), Huelva (1 hospitalizations and none in ICU), Jaén (2 hospitalizations and none in ICU), Malaga (9 hospitalizations and none in ICU) and Seville (2 hospitalizations of which 1 in ICU).

With these data, Almería, which has not registered any new patient recovered from the Covid-19 disease, ceases to be the Andalusian province that is having the worst, as it has happened in recent weeks, and this weekend has unleashed the cases in Córdoba, which today has added 39 of the 78 positives registered in all of Andalusia. Malaga, with 13 positives in the last 24 hours, and Granada, with 12, also exceed this Sunday a province, such as Almería, which during the past week registered days with more than 50% of the cases detected in all of Andalusia.