This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 11 October 2020.


Stats for the last 24 hours - 69 more cases and 1 more death

Google translation:

The coronavirus leaves another dead in Almería and a rush of the hospitalized: 15 more in 24 hours

After a week without deaths, today there has been one more and 69 positives

The province of Almería has once again registered a death from coronavirus just one week after seeing the last two infected die, last Sunday, October 4, which already leaves 122 deaths from the covid-19 disease since the beginning of the pandemic. A return to the deadly attack of the virus that seemed to have relaxed the province considerably during the last days and that is accompanied by a rise in the number of hospitalized, since according to the daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Board of Andalusia, 15 patients have needed to be hospitalized in the last 24 hours.

This is how it is after the hospital pressure left the province yesterday with 22 hospitalized, 13 of them in the ICU, and, after the last update, there are 37 admitted, of which 14, one more are in a Care Unit Intensive. In the same way, the positives detected in the last day have once again experienced a considerable increase, although, again and for the second consecutive day, it has been below a hundred cases when reporting 69 this Sunday, which brings the total to 8,747 since the pandemic was declared last March.

In the section of patients recovered today, there has been a more relaxed increase than those that had been presented in the previous days, since there have been 33 covid patients who have already given up on the disease, which leaves the global at 6,591.
For its part, throughout Andalusia the data recorded this Sunday leave an increase in positives of 1,327 and six deaths and a total of 50 new hospitalizations, most of them in Seville, thus leaving the current pressure on Andalusian hospitals:) , Cádiz (115 hospitalizations, of which 20 in ICU), Córdoba (128 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Granada (146 hospitalizations, of which 21 in ICU), Huelva (41 hospitalizations, of which 4 in ICU), Jaén (103 hospitalizations, of which 14 in ICU), Malaga (144 hospitalizations, of which 21 in ICU) and Seville (290 hospitalizations, of which 42 in ICU).