This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 9 October 2020.
Stats for the last 24 hours - 101 more cases in the province, no more deaths
Another black day for Andalusia: Almería passes the barrier of one hundred positives
There are no deaths in the last 24 hours
Andalusia relives a black day. The evolution of the pandemic in this territory continues to be negative and infections continue to rise.
Andalusia registers this Friday, October 9, for the fourth consecutive day, a new daily record of confirmed cases of coronavirus by PCR and antigen tests during the second wave of the pandemic with 1,997, 87 more than this Thursday, according to data from the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia (IECA). One more day we must mourn deaths: in the last hours there have been 14 deaths, six less than the day before.
In Almería the number of infections has also grown compared to the figures of days ago, but even so the province remains behind with respect to the rest of Andalusian territories (only Jaén is below in the number of new cases).
During this last day, the Ministry of Health has notified 101 positives in Almería. As happened yesterday, it once again exceeds one hundred infections. In the last hours there is no need to mourn deaths in the province.
One more day, we must add new cured: 176 in this last day. There are already 6,453 people who have overcome Covid-19 in the province.
Almería has 34 hospitalizations, two new in the last hours, of which 11 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The province of Seville once again leads the daily increase in infections confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, with 557 -lower than 708 the day before-, followed very closely by Granada with 536 -from 321 on Thursday- and further away by Malaga, with 241. Below 200 are Córdoba with 181, Jaén with 171, Cádiz with 158 and Almería with 101 and with figures below one hundred, only Huelva is found with 52.
Also Seville, with five deaths, is the province that concentrates the most deaths from Covid-19 this day in Andalusia, followed by Malaga and Córdoba with four each and Granada with one. The provinces of Almería, Cádiz, Huelva and Jaén do not have deaths in 24 hours.
7 and 14 day stats from Almería 360
As usual, see the tables in the article.
Cumulative data taken from Almería 360