This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 2 August 2021
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Stats for the last 48 hours - 360 more cases and no more deaths
First report for August: 360 positives in Almería in the last two days
104 people have overcome the disease while there are no deaths or new hospitalized
The first August report from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (the Board does not update the data on Sundays) leaves 360 new cases of coronavirus detected in Almería through PDIA tests (PCR technique or rapid antigen test) in the last 48 hours. It is a figure somewhat higher than that of last Monday, July 26, when 342 positives were notified, and that of Monday, 19 of last month, when there were 336 more cases in the two previous days.
In Andalusia, today there are 4,467 more in the entire community compared to 4,673 last Monday and 4,103 two weeks ago.
According to these data, during Saturday and Sunday there have been no deaths due to covid-19 or hospital admissions. Regarding those recovered, the Board reports that 104 more people have overcome the disease between Saturday and Sunday.
From reading these data, it is extracted that, as of August 2, the active cases of coronavirus in the province are 5,496: it is the difference between the total of confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic (62,483) and the difference between the total of deceased (847) and cured (56,140).
Regarding the accumulated incidence rate, the province is now at 534.1 cases in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants. In Almería capital, this marker is placed at 691.9. By health districts, the incidence is 654.6 in Almería, 422.4 in Levante-Alto Almanzora and 458.3 in Poniente.
After the data update this Monday, according to the Junta de Andalucía, in Almería there are 65 confirmed patients with coronavirus admitted to centers in the province. Of them, 14 are in the Intensive Care Unit.
In the whole of the autonomous community, the Ministry of Health and Families reports 117 new admissions in the last 48 hours, while 6 have required Intensive Care. With regard to hospital pressure, there are 1,207 patients with Covid-19 in Andalusian hospitals, of which 223 are in the ICU.
In the rest of the community they are distributed as follows: in Cádiz there are 136 people hospitalized with Covid-19, of which 15 in ICU; in Córdoba, 122, of which 25 in ICU; in Granada there are 107 patients hospitalized for the disease, of which 25 are in the ICU; and in Huelva there are 48 hospitalizations, of which 8 are in the ICU.
Likewise, in Jaén 50 people are admitted with coronavirus, 11 of them in ICU; in Malaga there are 473 hospitalizations, with 88 in ICU; and in Seville, 206 hospitalized patients, with 37 in intensive care.
In the entire autonomous community, the Board collects 4,467 new coronavirus infections notified through PDIA this Monday, August 2.
With its 360 cases in the last two days, Almería is the second Andalusian province with fewer positives in the last 24 hours: Córdoba is better than her, with 260. Sevilla leads the list with 966 followed by Málaga, with 492. Then there are Cádiz , with 739, Jaén with 428, Granada, with 407, and Huelva with 365.
There have been seven deaths in Andalusia due to covid-19: 1 in Córdoba, 1 in Granada and 5 in Malaga. In the section of recovered, 1,803 people have received the epidemiological discharge.
In total, since the beginning of the health crisis, 721,705 people have contracted the disease in Andalusia, 10,365 have died and 626,957 have managed to recover.
Possible perimeter closures coming up due to high rates of cases
Six locations exceed the 1,000 rate and could suffer perimeter closure
The Committee of Experts will decide on Wednesday what to do since they have less than 5,000 inhabitants
Paterna de Rivera (Cádiz), Olvera (Cádiz), Isla Cristina (Huelva), Punta Umbría (Huelva), Mengíbar (Jaén), Nerja (Málaga) Campillos (Málaga), Tocina (Seville) and El Cuervo (Seville) are the Andalusian municipalities with more than 5,000 inhabitants that this Monday exceed the rate of 1,000 cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days set by the Board as a criterion for decreeing the perimeter closure and curfew with judicial endorsement, two days after Provincial public health alert committees meet to review current restrictions by municipalities.
The Junta de Andalucía, at the proposal of the Regional Committee of High Impact on Public Health (Committee of Experts), has proposed the limitation of mobility at night between 2:00 and 7:00 in those municipalities with more than 5,000 inhabitants that present a cumulative incidence at 14 days of more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
This proposal is validated by the Territorial Committees of High Impact on Public Health every Wednesday, once all the epidemiological parameters have been evaluated. In the case of municipalities with less than 5,000 inhabitants, a specific evaluation will be made. This measure must be subsequently ratified by the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA).
According to the latest data updated by the Ministry of Health and Families, consulted by Europa Press, 56 municipalities exceed the rate of 1,000 cases in 14 days, of which a total of three have more than 5,000 inhabitants, in this case they are Paterna de Rivera (1,118.65), Olvera (1,103.94), Isla Cristina (1,037.72), Punta Umbría (1,022.47), Mengíbar (1,030.31), Nerja (1,002.65), Campillos (1,180, 4), Tocina (1,085.81) and El Cuervo (1,109.06).
For now, the municipalities with more than 5,000 inhabitants limited to night mobility are Marbella (Málaga), Estepona (Málaga) and Montoro (Córdoba). However, all three have left behind the threshold that marks these restrictions.
Specifically, Marbella has stopped exceeding the threshold, going from 1,038.4 on Wednesday to 916.5 this Monday. The same has happened with Estepona, going from 1,026.7 to 956.9, and with Montoro, which has dropped from 1,086.8 to 903.9.
Other municipalities with more than 1,000
Of the 47 municipalities with a covid rate higher than 1,000 but less than 5,000 inhabitants in which the Territorial Committees of High Impact on Public Health will have to decide whether or not to apply perimeter closure, ten are in Malaga, eight in Granada, and another eight are from Jaén , another eight are in Huelva, six in Almería, five in Córdoba, two in Cádiz and one in Seville.
These municipalities are Abla (1,282.05), Alhabia (2,363.37), Huécija (1,028.81), Nacimiento (1,612.9), Rioja (1,238.82) and Suflí (1,020.41) in Almería; Grazalema (1,142.57) and Torre Alháquime (1,005.03) in Cádiz, and Doña Mencía (1,148.43), Santaella (1,365.41), Pedro Abad (2,238.01), La Granjuela (1,366.74) and Pedroche (6,882.59) in the province of Cordoba.
In Granada, there are Almegíjar (1,186.94), Bérchules (1,544.94), Bubión (1,342.28), Dollar (1,910.83), Beas de Granada (1,224.49), Agrón (1,153.85), Játar (1,284.11) and Píñar (1,994.56); in the province of Huelva are Cañaveral de León (1,010.1), Corteconcepción (1,865.67), Cumbres de Enmedio (1,960.78), Cumbres Mayores (2,401.37), Encinasola (2,977.1), Santa Ana la Real (1,684.21) and Beas (1,290.03), while in Jaén are the municipalities of Cambil (1,490.87), Cárcheles (1,126.13), Baños de la Encina (1,125.78), Carboneros (1,015.23 ), Guarromán (1,095.29), Montizón (1,420.96), Santa Elena (1,910.11) and Ibros (1,627.17).
Finally, in Malaga are Alcaucín (1,755.16), Colmenar (1,114.7), Sayalonga (1,147.96), Fuente de Piedra (1,126.97), Sierra de Yeguas (1,024.71), Villanueva de la Concepción (1,246.96), Benaoján (1,032.35), El Burgo (1,171.88), Faraján (1,0727.97) and Jubrique (1,338.43), and in the province of Seville is the municipality of Villanueva del Río and Minas (1,650.51).
From last Wednesday to Monday, Villanueva de las Torres and Jayena in Granada have ceased to be above 1,000 points of cumulative incidence rate; Montoro and Conquista in Córdoba; Lopera, Bélmez de la Moraleda and Aldeaquemada in Jaén, Alicún and Serón in the Almeria province and Cortelazor in Huelva.
El Ejido now has 439.4 cases (approximately 37 more than LAST FRIDAY) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
Poniente Region now has 458.3 cases (approximately 30 more LAST FRIDAY) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
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77.1 % of people in Andalucía have had at least 1 vaccination - 1.0% more than last Friday
63.1% of people in Andalucía have been vaccinated completely - 0.5% more than last Friday
76.4% of people in Spain have had at least 1 vaccination - 0.8% more than last Friday
64.7% of people in Spain have been vaccinated fully - 0.8% more than last Friday