This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 22 September 2020.




Data for the last 24 hours

Google translation:

Almería today: the cured triple the new coronavirus infections

The curve of this second wave softens in the province

Andalusia registers 1,536 cases of coronavirus confirmed by PCR this Tuesday, almost double the 812 registered on Monday, this being the second largest daily increase since the start of the pandemic last March. These bad data from the Andalusian community contrast with those of the province.

And it is that Almería has lowered this day to 47 notified positives, although there have been 65 infections that have occurred in 24 hours, leaving behind the figures of previous days in which the hundred new cases were far exceeded. In the day yesterday, the province added 90 positives. In this way, the curve of this second wave has softened in the province in recent days.

In the last 24 hours, the number of people who have managed to overcome Covid-19, which has been 151, triples that of new positives.

But one more day, Almería has to mourn a new death, placing the number of people with coronavirus who have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic at 112.

The figures released this Tuesday by the Andalusian Regional Government Health Department also show three more hospitalizations and one admission to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Community-wide data

In Andalusia, the daily number of infections reaches its second highest level since the beginning of the pandemic, exceeding the 1,617 registered last Friday, September 18 and above the 1,480 positives on Saturday, September 19.

The province with the highest number of positives in the last 24 hours is once again Malaga, with 547, followed by Seville, with 407. Córdoba is well behind, with 175; Granada, with 141; and Cádiz, with 133. Below the hundred are Jaén, with 74; Almería, with 47; and Huelva, with 12.

The 12 deaths this Tuesday, two less than the day before, are mainly concentrated in the provinces of Malaga, with four, and Seville, with three, to which are added two in Cádiz and Córdoba and one in Almería.


The 7 and 14 days figures from Almería 360

As usual, see the tables in the Spanish article.


The latest tables and charts based on the Almería 360 data