This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 19 September 2020.



Stats from the last 24 hours

Google translation:

The positives fall to 100 on a Saturday with two deaths and 354 recovered

There are already only 50 patients with coronavirus hospitalized, although there are 15 in the ICU

The province of Almería is experiencing today sensations found in the advance of the coronavirus pandemic, since it has seen more than 350 recovered patients and the number of infections diagnosed in the last 24 hours fall to 100, when this Friday there were more than 150 positive detected, there have also been two other new deaths from covid-19 among people from Almeria, 109 in total.

This is stated in the daily report of the Andalusian Regional Government's Ministry of Health and Families, where the province of Almería appears today as the one that has seen the most patients cured of the disease in the last 24 hours, a total of 354 of the 849 that has been in all Andalusia, which leaves the total of Almeria who have defeated the covid in 3,646. This is, without a doubt, the best data that the pandemic shows this Saturday, but the 'only' 100 positives reported are also noteworthy, since they represent 35 less than this Friday and 52 less than Thursday, and leave the total of positives to tests PCR at 7.019.

But the downward trend of the positives has not occurred this Saturday in the number of deaths, because today there have been two new victims that the coronavirus has taken in the province, where there are already 109 deaths since March. Likewise, today the number of sick patients from covid who have needed hospitalization has increased, five more in the last 24 hours, which leaves a total of 50 patients currently in Almeria hospitals, the lowest figure in recent months , although there are 15 who are in serious condition in the ICU.

Similarly, this Saturday, when Almería maintains only 23 towns free of coronavirus, the hospital pressure in the rest of the Andalusian provinces is as follows: Cádiz (131 hospitalizations, of which 20 in ICU), Córdoba (104 hospitalizations, of 15 in ICU), Granada (115 hospitalizations, of which 12 in ICU), Huelva (6 hospitalizations, of which 2 in ICU), Jaén (47 hospitalizations, of which 8 in ICU), Málaga (239 hospitalizations , of which 33 in ICU) and Seville (259 hospitalizations, of which 23 in ICU).