This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 15 October 2020.


Stats for the last 24 hours - 84 more cases in the province

Google translation:

84 new coronavirus infections in Almería in a day without deaths

Andalusia registers its fourth highest number of infections in the second wave

Andalusia registers 1,971 cases of Covid-19 this Thursday, after the daily record in the second wave this Wednesday with 2,302 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, according to data consulted by Europa Press in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA ), which counted eleven deaths in 24 hours, a figure higher than six on Wednesday and notably lower than the 41 deaths on Tuesday.

The positives of this day represent the fourth highest number of infected in the second wave, thus the 1,971 positives are lower than the 2,302 cases of Wednesday, record of infected in the second wave, and the 2,004 of last Saturday, which represented the fifth Consecutive daily record after the 1,997 registered on Friday the 9th - third figure higher than the cases of this day -, the 1,910 on Thursday the 8th, the 1,907 reached on Wednesday the 7th and the 1,788 recorded on Tuesday the 6th.

The province of Seville once again leads the increase in infections confirmed by PCR and antigen tests in the last 24 hours, with 653 more positives. These positives raise the total number of infected in the Sevillian province since the beginning of the pandemic to 18,397 cases, ahead of Malaga, with 18,376 positives.

Granada has added 360 cases in 24 hours, followed by Jaén with 321. Below 200 there is Malaga with 193, Cádiz with 158 and Córdoba with 156. With figures below one hundred, only Almería with 84 and Huelva with 46.

For its part, of the eleven deaths registered this Thursday, seven have been recorded in Seville, two in Malaga and one in Cádiz and Jaén. Almería, Córdoba, Granada and Huelva do not have deaths on this day.

Record of hospitalized

Andalusian hospitals have increased their care pressure this Thursday with 1,220 patients admitted for coronavirus Covid-19, a record in the second wave of the pandemic with ten more in 24 hours and 192 more than a week ago, of which 166 are in one intensive care unit (ICU), five more than this Wednesday and 27 more than seven days ago.
Almería 360 - latest 7 and 14 day stats - see the tables in the Spanish article


Cumulative data gathered from Almería 360