This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 19 November 2020
Stats for the last 24 hours - 239 more cases and 4 more deaths
They do not stop: Almería adds four more deaths
The province raises the positives for coronavirus to 239 this Thursday
The data speaks for itself. A total of 192 people infected with Covid-19 have died in the province since the start of the pandemic: four of them in the last 24 hours.
Again, a black day that the province is experiencing, as well as the entire Andalusian community, which this Thursday, November 19, adds 49 deaths.
This Wednesday Seville is the province that registers the most deaths, with twelve, followed by Granada with nine, Jaén and Córdoba with seven, Malaga with six, Almería with four, Cádiz with three and Huelva with one.
The infections also increase in the province on this Thursday day. According to data published by the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería registered 239 new cases during these last hours, compared to 218 yesterday.
In all Andalusia, a total of 3,296 positives of Covid-19 are registered, 475 more than those of the day before and 1,441 less than those registered last Thursday. Seville repeats for the eighth consecutive day as the province with the most daily positives with 805, followed by Granada with 608, Malaga with 406, Jaén with 372, Cádiz with 364, Córdoba with 288, Almería with 239 and Huelva with 214.
The province already exceeds 16,000 coronavirus infections.
Andalusian hospitals add their second consecutive day with less healthcare pressure due to the coronavirus by registering 119 fewer admitted in 24 hours to a total figure of 3,162, of which 525 are in an intensive care unit (ICU), three less than the the day before, when the highest number of the pandemic was recorded.
The daily report prepared by the Andalusian Regional Government Health Council will give more information on the situation of Almeria hospitals.
Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360