This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 11 November 2020


Stats for the last 24 hours - 230 more cases, 2 more deaths

Google translation:

The data get worse: Almería once again exceeds 200 cases and adds two deaths

After the drop on Tuesday, the coronavirus figures for this Wednesday rise again

The hope open this Tuesday before a possible decrease in the number of infections has been broken this day when Almería once again exceeds 200 new cases of coronavirus. To these bad data we must add another one: the province has registered two new deaths in the last 24 hours.

According to data consulted in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería has gone from 172 positives this Tuesday to 230 this Wednesday.

Despite this, on this day the province continues to be the second Andalusian territory with the fewest infections. Granada is the province with the most daily cases with 713, followed by Seville with 692, Malaga with 465, Jaén with 401, Cádiz with 389, Córdoba with 281, Almería with 230 and Huelva with 209.

The total of cases diagnosed in Andalusia by PCR and antigen tests has been 3,380, 535 more than those recorded the day before and 1,017 more than those registered seven days ago.


Andalusia adds 62 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours this Wednesday, 33 deaths less than the day before when the record for deaths of the second wave was recorded. Two of these deaths have occurred in Almería, which already has 169 deaths of people infected by Covid since the start of the pandemic.

On this day, the province of Seville with 20 and that of Jaén with 15 registered most of the deaths on this day, while the rest of the provinces accounted for less than a dozen deaths with: seven in Córdoba, five in Malaga, in Granada and Cádiz, three in Huelva and two in Almería.

The daily part of the Ministry of Health will give more information on the situation of Almeria hospitals and will update the number of people who have managed to overcome the disease, as well as the status of the outbreaks detected in the province of Almería.


Cumulative data from Almería 360 - note that I have updated the layout today (click on the image then click again to see a big version of the image)