This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 4 November 2020.
Stats for the last 24 hours - 105 more cases and 2 more deaths
Two deaths and a hundred cases: Almería continues its fight against Covid
Since the start of the pandemic, 161 people with coronavirus have lost their lives
Almería, one more day, has to mourn new deaths. The province adds two deaths of people infected with coronavirus this Wednesday, according to data consulted in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA).
Since the start of the pandemic, there are 161 people infected with Covid who have lost their lives.
Andalusia registers 52 deaths from coronavirus this Wednesday, 18 more than the day before. Granada, with 19, and Seville, with 14, head this sad list. Below the ten are the rest of the provinces with eight deaths in Jaén, four in Jaén, two in Almería, Cádiz and Málaga and one in Huelva.
Positive in the last hours
Regarding new infections, the last 24 hours leave a decrease in cases that go down to 105. Almería is once again the Andalusian province in which there are less positives during the last day.
Seville repeats as the province with more daily cases confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, adding 638 in 24 hours, followed by Jaén with 385, Malaga with 334, Granada with 289 - less than half the 788 of the day before- -, Córdoba with 285, Cádiz with 213, Huelva with 114 and Almería with 105.
Andalusia recorded 2,363 positives this Wednesday, a figure significantly lower than the 3,937 of the day before but higher than the 2,042 of Wednesday of last week.
The daily report released by the Andalusian Regional Government Health Council, which has not yet been released, will give more information on hospitalizations, the number of people recovered and the situation of outbreaks located in the province.
Almería and Andalusia are waiting to know if the regional government will impose more restrictive measures in the community in the coming days, if it maintains the current ones (which expire next day 9) or extends them to other Andalusian territories.
This Tuesday, the president of the Board, Juanma Moreno, affirmed that "the last option" of his administration is to request a new home confinement from the central government.
Cumulative stats based on the data from the Almería 360 site