This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 29 September 2020.




Stats for the last 24 hours - "only" 44 new cases

Google translation:

Almería returns to figures from the end of July: contagions decrease

172 more people overcome the coronavirus in the province

One more day, the infections in the province decrease. The coronavirus curve is collapsing after reaching the highest peaks of the pandemic in Almería (the record is at 233 on September 1) and remaining at high figures for weeks. Now, it returns to data recorded at the end of last July.

The daily data of the Junta de Andalucía reveal this Tuesday that the second wave of Covid-19 seems to be losing strength in the province, with 'only' 44 new positives registered in the last 24 hours.

The month of July was characterized by increases (85 cases were reached on the 30th day) and decreases, but the average number of new cases was below fifty. Almería returns on this day to these data. An example of this comparison is found on July 23, in which there were 43 positives, one less than this Tuesday.

As happened yesterday, on this day we must highlight the number of people cured: 172 more. Which makes the number of recovered patients almost four times higher than that of new infections. This Monday there were 188 patients with Covid-19 who had managed to overcome the disease. A total of 4,737 people from Almeria can already say that they have passed the coronavirus, according to official figures from the regional government.

Another of the good news that leaves us today is that there have been no deaths during this last day, so the number of people with coronavirus who have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic stagnates at 115.

There have been 7,782 people who have received a diagnosis of Covid by means of a PCR test, which rises to 8,061 if the rapid tests are taken into account.

Regarding Andalusia, the community registers 25 deaths from coronavirus (Covid-19) this Tuesday, eight more than this Monday and the highest number of deaths in the last week, according to data released by the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalucía (IECA), which recorded 1,236 cases confirmed by PCR, 390 more than the previous day.
Almería 360 stats for last 7 and 14 days
As usual, see the information in the Spanish article.
Tables and charts based on the Almería 360 data