This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 8 February 2021

 

Stats for the last 24 hours - 384 more cases and 4 more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/208886/los-positivos-caen-por-debajo-de-400-pero-con-4-muertes-y-22-hospitalizados-mas

Google translation:

The positives fall below 400 but with 4 deaths and 22 more hospitalized

The start of the week leaves 274 more than Covid-19 recovered in the province of Almería

Almería begins the second week of February with figures on the incidence of the coronavirus that, without losing sight of the deaths that the virus continues to cause, seem to indicate a slight advance compared to the critical days experienced recently.

As we have learned from the latest report from the Andalusian Regional Government's Ministry of Health and Families, this Monday, February 8, 384 positives detected through PDIA tests (PCR technique or rapid antigen tests) have been reported in the last 24 hours. The last time this figure was below 400 was on January 28, when 363 cases were registered.

The deaths continue, yes: today there are 4 deaths from Covid-19 reported, which brings this figure to 507 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic a year ago.

Regarding hospitalizations, with information collected until seven in the morning, in the last 24 hours there have been 22 more admissions in the province, one of them in Intensive Care.

On the other hand, the trend of recent days continues with regard to the recovered: 274 more people have received the epidemiological discharge, so there are already 24,889 cured since the beginning of the health crisis.

Thus, this February 8, there are 15,698 active cases of Covid-19 in the province: the difference between the total accumulated (41,094) and the difference between the deceased (507) and those recovered (24,889). Last Thursday, February 4, for example, active cases were 15,017.

Hospitalized

With this latest update from the Junta de Andalucía, right now there are 420 confirmed patients with Covid-19 admitted to the province of Almería; 84 of them are in the ICU.

In the whole of the autonomous community, the Ministry of Health and Families reports that, currently, after 127 new admissions compared to yesterday (6 in ICU), there are now 4,414 confirmed patients with Covid-19 admitted, of which 717 are found in ICU.

The rest of the community presents this is the situation: in Cádiz there are 815 hospitalizations, of which 119 in ICU; in Córdoba, 388, of which 73 in ICU; in Granada there are 624 patients hospitalized for the disease, of which 117 are in the ICU; and in Huelva there are 282 hospitalizations, of which 33 are in the ICU.

Likewise, in Jaén 302 people are admitted with coronavirus, 48 ​​of them in ICU; in Malaga there are 891 hospitalizations, with 123 in ICU; and in Seville, 692 hospitalized patients, with 120 in Intensive Care.

In Andalucia

Regarding the total of positives in the community, this Monday, February 8, 2,902 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours through PDIA.

By provinces, Cádiz has added 1,077 more cases. Then Malaga appears with 555; Seville with 451; Almería with 384; Córdoba with 126; Granada with 105 positives reported in the last 24 hours; Huelva with 103; and Jaén with 101.

Regarding the deceased, the day leaves 53 fatalities in Andalusia: at 4 in Almería there are 35 in Cádiz, 5 in Córdoba, 1 in Jaén, 1 in Malaga and 7 in Seville.

In the section of recovered, there are 2,078 Andalusians plus those who have received the epidemiological discharge.

In total, since the beginning of the health crisis, 446,700 people have contracted the disease in Andalusia, 6,988 have died and 276,967 have recovered.

 

Cumulative week day stats from the Almería 360 site - El Ejido now has 674.6 cases (approximately 13 fewer than last Friday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

NOTE: If you click on the stats information below you will see a much larger and clearer version than previous days. This is because I have used a newer computer to generate the image today,

AlmeriaCoronavirusStats8Feb2021