This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 7 September 2020.


Stats for the last 24 hours - 125 more cases and 1 more death

Google translation:

Almería registers another death and 125 positives from coronavirus this Monday

More than 90 people have been cured this Monday

Almería does not deviate from the trend of recent days and on this Monday day it once again exceeds one hundred new cases of coronavirus.

The province today reaches 125 positives for Covid-19, according to the daily report prepared by the Ministry of Health of the Junta de Andalucía. There are already 5,936 people from Almería infected and confirmed through PCR tests (5,656) and rapid tests.

Some data that also leave us on Monday a new death in Almería due to the coronavirus. Already 88 people have lost their lives due to this disease since the start of the pandemic.

Hospitalizations also do not stop growing and this Monday six more admissions are reported in Almeria's health centers, although none new in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Since last March, a total of 606 people have needed to be admitted, of which 85 have passed through the ICU.

The positive side of the data that starts the week is in the number of people cured. A total of 91 are added to this list and there are already 2,432 who have managed to overcome the disease.

Undoubtedly, some worrying data, even more so in the week of the beginning of the school year, which is scheduled to start this Thursday, September 10 in the Almeria schools. Next week it will be the turn of the Secondary Education students and on September 1 the youngest ones, those from nursery schools, returned to the classrooms.
Here is the latest cases data in each municipality - as usual from Almería 360
As usual, see the tables in the Spanish article.
Latest figures and charts based on the Monday to Friday Almería 360 data
I have corrected the dates on the total cases chart. In addition, I have added a new column - active cases. Also, the right hand chart at the bottom has been changed to show active cases.