Almerimar

This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 27 September 2020.

 

Stats for last 24 hours - 115 more cases by PCR

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/201216/almeria-supera-de-nuevo-la-linea-roja-de-los-100-positivos-este-domingo

Google translation:

Almería once again exceeds the red line of 100 positives this Sunday

There are 115 patients with positive CRP in a day without deaths

Almería once again exceeds the red line of 100 positives that had allowed it to drastically reduce the incidence of the coronavirus. After more than a week below the hundred daily infections, on Sunday there was 115 new cases of coronavirus detected in Almería in the last 24 hours, which already leaves the total of those confirmed by PCR since March at 7,660.

This is included in the daily report provided by the Andalusian Regional Government's Ministry of Health and Families, which today has arrived without any deaths in the province after new deaths from covid-19 were reported on Friday and Saturday, which they raised the total to the current 115. In this sense, last week the province experienced two consecutive days, Wednesday and Thursday, without deaths from coronavirus.

In the hospitalized section, Almería has added two new hospitalizations in the last 24 hours, but has seen its hospital load decrease again, which currently remains with 40 admissions, of which 11 are seriously admitted to an Intensive Care Unit . In addition, today there have been 78 new cured patients confirmed by Health, which leaves the total at 4,377.

Andalusia

Andalusian hospitals, for their part, reached 1,023 patients admitted for coronavirus (Covid-19) this Sunday, September 27, 30 less in 24 hours and 83 more than a week ago, of which 142 are in a care unit intensive courses (ICU), two more than this Saturday and eight more than seven days ago.

In the rest of Andalusia, Seville, with 240 cases confirmed by PCR, ranks as the province with the highest number of positives in the last 24 hours, surpassing Malaga with 120 and Córdoba with 100. Below the hundred are Granada with 64, and Jaén with 57, Huelva with 56 and Cádiz with 36.