This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 13 February 2021


Stats for the last 24 hours - 321 more cases and 9 more deaths

Google translation:

The positives fall but the deaths and ICU rise: 321 cases and 9 deaths today

There are two more patients with covid in Intensive Care, but 10 fewer admitted in total

The day in which the bars and non-essential shops of more than fifty municipalities in the province of Almería, including the capital, reopen their doors has seen a decrease in the positives detected in 24 hours, but with nine more deaths and two new patients in Intensive Care given its severity after being infected with coronavirus.

This Saturday, the epidemiological report provided daily by the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía leaves in the province a slight decrease in positives compared to the day before, because if yesterday, Friday, there were 400 who were detected in 24 hours a day, today this figure has fallen to 321, which, in turn, brings to 42,342 people from Almeria who have tested positive for a PDIA test (antigen test and PCR) during the 11 months of the pandemic.

The decrease in positives has not been transferred to the counter of deaths from covid, because this Saturday there are nine more people from Almería as a result of the viral infection, which already leaves a total of 560 people dead since March, the vast majority of them during the lasts third wave of covid.

As for the hospitals in Almeria, the sensations left by the daily report are found, because although there are 10 fewer admitted, going from 368 yesterday to 358 this Saturday, in the Intensive Care Units the situation has worsened and There are two more from Almeria in serious condition that have required hospitalization, since there are 81 today and on Friday there were 79.


Likewise, in the last 24 hours the recovery of another 276 residents of the province who have received the epidemiological discharge after overcoming the disease has been reported, which has already left 27,632 recovered in total since March.


For its part, in Andalusia today another 2,796 positives and 120 deaths have been reported. Regarding hospitals, the situation in the community is as follows: Cádiz (633 hospitalizations, of which 108 in ICU), Córdoba (323 hospitalizations, of which 75 in ICU), Granada (538 hospitalizations, of which 107 in ICU), Huelva (198 hospitalizations, of which 28 in ICU), Jaén (267 hospitalizations, of which 50 in ICU), Malaga (778 hospitalizations, of which 118 in ICU) and Seville (600 hospitalizations, of which than 131 in ICU).