This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 10 June 2021
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Just a quick mention that the national vaccine stats were published later than usual last night. So I have added them to yesterday's story this morning
By the time they were published I was sitting on the sofa recovering from a long day of hard work. Including stacks of work sorting out techy stuff. After Jazztel replaced a faulty router in our apartment yesterday morning. You would be amazed how many things needed to be updated. I did most of them yesterday. This morning I changed the smart smoke alarm over to the new wifi. Now just the smart bathroom radiator to get working again, I think.
Stats for the last 24 hours - 43 more cases and no more deaths
Almería faces the weekend maintaining around 40 daily positives
91 people overcome the disease in the last day and only one has required hospitalization
Almería continues to be the Andalusian province with the fewest positives of Covid-19 per day and the only one that returns to remain another week in its entirety at Level 1 of health alert. These are data offered by the Board in a week in which vaccination has taken cruising speed (15,773 doses were administered this Wednesday) and is already reaching the age range between 41 and 46 years.
According to this Thursday's report, 43 more infected with coronavirus have been notified at the weekend: the same figure that was registered a week ago. These 43 cases represent only 2.8 percent of the total of the autonomous community, where 1,527 infections have been registered in the last 24 hours.
In addition, there has been a new hospital admission in the province on this day, in which there are no deaths. Regarding the recovered, 91 people have overcome the disease since yesterday Wednesday.
Thus, the active cases of coronavirus in the province, as of June 10, are 718: it is the difference between the total number of confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic (55,168) and the difference between the total number of deaths ( 835) and of cured (53,615). Now a week ago, on June 3, the active cases were 890.
The cumulative incidence rate also continues to decline. At this time, the rate in the province is 65.4 cases in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants (a week ago it was 73.4). In Almería capital, this marker stands at 81.5 (87.9 seven days ago). By health districts, the incidence is 67.3 in Almería (compared to 77.4 last week), 51.6 in Levante-Alto Almanzora (the figure was 79 on June 3) and 70.4 in the Poniente (only here it has risen something: seven days ago it stood at 65.1).
After the data update this Thursday, according to the Junta de Andalucía, in Almería there are 25 confirmed patients with coronavirus admitted to centers in the province. Of them, 6 are in the Intensive Care Unit.
In the autonomous community as a whole, the Ministry of Health and Families reports 81 new admissions in the last 24 hours, 35 of which are in Intensive Care. Regarding hospital pressure, there are 745 patients with Covid-19 in Andalusian hospitals, of which 164 are in the ICU.
In the rest of the community they are distributed as follows: in Cádiz there are 80 people hospitalized with Covid-19, of which 13 are in the ICU; in Córdoba, 74, of which 20 in ICU; in Granada there are 100 patients hospitalized for the disease, of which 33 are in the ICU; and in Huelva there are 50 hospitalizations, of which 7 are in the ICU.
Likewise, in Jaén 94 people are admitted with coronavirus, 22 of them in ICU; in Malaga there are 101 hospitalizations, with 14 in the ICU; and in Seville, 221 hospitalized patients, with 49 in Intensive Care.
In the entire autonomous community, the Board collects 1,527 new coronavirus infections notified through PDIA this Thursday, June 10.
By provinces, Seville leads with 454, followed by Malaga with 232 positives. Behind them are Córdoba with 182 and Cádiz with 181. Then there is Granada with 167. Then there are Huelva with 144 and Jaén with 124. And Almería closes the list, with 43 positives in the last 24 hours.
Regarding the deceased, 15 Andalusians have lost their lives due to Covid-19: the majority are concentrated in Seville, where there have been 6 deaths; Cádiz, Huelva, Jaén and Málaga add 2 deaths each and in Granada one more death has been reported.
In the section of recovered, 1,627 people have received the epidemiological discharge.
In total, since the beginning of the health crisis, 601,562 people have contracted the disease in Andalusia, 10,107 have died and 565,434 have managed to recover.
Weekday stats for the area
El Ejido now has 60.9 cases (approximately 5 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
Poniente Region now has 70.4 cases (approximately 1/2 a case more than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
These figures are for the last 24 hour period - up to Wednesday 9 June 2021 (published a day later)
98.6% of 70-79 year olds in Andalucía have had at least one vaccination - a 0.0% increase
92.2% of 60-69 year olds in Andalucía have had at least one vaccination - a 0.3% increase
83.8% of 50-59 year olds in Andalucía have had at least one vaccination - a 1.1% increase
29.3% of 40-49 year olds in Andalucía have had at least one vaccination - a 3.9% increase
12.1% of 25-39 year olds in Andalucía have had at least one vaccination - a 0.0% increase