This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 21 November 2020


Stats for the last 24 hours - 304 more cases and 2 more deaths

Google translation:

More than 300 positives and two new deaths in another fateful day of the covid

Hospitals in the province keep 123 hospitalized for the third consecutive day

The weekend has begun in Almería with the pandemic again above 300 positives and two new deaths in another black day of the covid in the province, where the virus has become more deadly in the last two months and is already 197 people from Almería died from the disease.

This is how the daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía collects it this Saturday, where the 304 infected detected in the last 24 hours raise the total of patients diagnosed by PCR and antigen tests to 16,506 of the more than 214,000 that are in all Andalusia, where today 3,424 new infected have been notified.

With this new blow to the province, the pandemic becomes strong in Almeria hospitals, where for the third consecutive day it keeps 123 patients from the province admitted, seven new in the last 24 hours, when a patient in serious condition has needed to be admitted in an Intensive Care Unit, where 36 people from Almeria currently remain.

In the rest of Andalusia, the current hospital pressure remains the same at the moment: Cádiz (366 hospitalizations, of which 59 in ICU), Córdoba (307 hospitalizations, of which 49 in ICU), Granada (678 hospitalizations, of which than 136 in ICU), Huelva (138 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Jaén (308 hospitalizations, of which 45 in ICU), Malaga (378 hospitalizations, of which 49 in ICU) and Seville (648 hospitalizations, of which 121 in ICU).

It should also be noted that this Saturday, 50 deceased patients have been registered in the autonomous community, 16 of them in Seville, the highest number today.

For its part, the number of cured continues to increase and today there have been 218 patients who have said goodbye to the covid, which leaves the total already on the verge of 11,000 recovered since the beginning of the pandemic, in the month of March .

As reported by Health, as of November 20, the General Directorate of Health Care has carried out a total of 1,687,612 PCR, 649,733 rapid antigen tests and 1,145,537 rapid tests. In total, there are 3,482,882 tests carried out.