This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 27 November 2020
Stats for the last 24 hours - 180 more cases and 4 deaths
Fear increases with a new fatal blow from the covid: 4 deaths and 180 cases
There are already 210 people who have died from coronavirus and almost 18,000 infected
The pandemic does not give rest to the province of Almería and if the daily data from the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía arrive with a substantial reduction in positive cases detected in the last 24 hours, they are also presented with a new fatal blow of the covid, which today leaves four new patients deceased and there are already 210 people from Almeria who have been overcome by the pandemic since March.
The data collected at the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography once again makes evident the intensity of this second wave, more deadly than the first in Almería, and where October and November have been the months in which the death toll has skyrocketed . In this way, this Friday, in which Almería has dropped from the 300 cases detected in recent days, three municipalities have seen patients with covid die: Almería capital, where two of the four deaths of the last 24 hours and that already adds 59 due to coronavirus, and Alhama de Almería and Roquetas de Mar, where a death has been reported this Friday.
Likewise, data from the Ministry of Health show a new increase in recovered patients, with 134 from 09:00 hours on Thursday, which means that there are already 12,243 people from Almeria who have managed to overcome the disease. At the moment, it remains to be known how the hospital pressure is this Friday in the three centers of Almería, Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada, information that has not yet been provided by the Ministry of Health and that it will do so in the next few minutes, as The burden currently maintained by Almeria hospitals is especially worrying, with more than 40 people in serious condition in an Intensive Care Unit.
For its part, Europa Press collects, Andalusia adds this Friday, November 26, 2,805 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, 1,464 less than those registered the day before and 1,588 less than Friday of last week, according to data consulted by Europa Press in the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), which recorded 61 deaths, seven more than on Thursday and six more than seven days ago.
On this day, the province of Cádiz leads the increase in infections with 402 followed by Seville with 342; Malaga with 317; Granada with 265; and Jaén with 224. Below the 200 daily positives are Córdoba with 182, Almería with 180 and Huelva with 176.
For its part, Córdoba leads the daily number of deaths from Covid-19 with fifteen, followed by Seville with thirteen and Granada with ten. Below the ten are Malaga with nine, Jaén with six and Almería and Cádiz with four each. The province of Huelva does not register deaths this day.
The order in which people will receive the vaccine
The 15 population groups that will receive the Covid-19 vaccine
The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced this Friday
The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, announced this Friday at a press conference the 15 population groups that, over three phases that are expected to begin in January and end in summer, will receive the Covid-19 vaccine, according to It is established in the Vaccination Plan against COVID-19, approved on Tuesday by the Council of Ministers.
As announced this week, the first to receive the vaccine will be the residents and health personnel of residences and centers for large dependents once the first doses arrive, from January 2021 to March, and then the rest of health personnel and large non-institutionalized dependents. In total, 2.5 million people will be vaccinated in the first stage of vaccination.
Likewise, and although it has not yet been decided which vaccination phase they will enter, the rest of the groups are: people over 65 years of age, people with risk conditions, people who live or work in closed communities or environments, vulnerable people due to their socioeconomic situation, people with essential jobs, teaching staff, children, adolescents and young people, people who live in areas with major coronavirus outbreaks or high incidence, pregnant or lactating women, and people who are HIV positive.
These groups have been established based on the criteria of risk of mortality, exposure to the disease, socioeconomic impact and transmission of the disease. "As we receive information on the availability of vaccines, the groups will be assigned throughout phase two and three," said Illa, to comment that the second phase will take place from March until the end of May or the beginning of June. and the third throughout the summer.
In this sense, the Minister of Health recalled that the main objective of the vaccination plan is to reduce morbidity, mortality and mortality from the coronavirus in Spain through vaccines, once they are authorized. "The vaccines that are going to receive authorization will enjoy all the safety and efficacy requirements and, if any of them do not have it, they will not be authorized to be administered in the European Union," he stressed.
Spain is going to receive a total of 140 million doses of vaccines, to immunize about 80 million inhabitants. "There will be vaccines to provide all the citizens of Spain and also to exercise our solidarity tasks that we also have very present," the minister assured.
The contracts signed by the European Commission will reach up to 1,400 million doses, some 800 million immunizations, since almost all the vaccines developed so far, such as Moderna, Pfizer or AstraZeneca, consist of two doses. At the moment, Janssen's candidate is the only one that would be administered in a single dose.
Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360