This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 7 August 2021
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Stats for the last 24 hours - 358 more cases and 1 more death
The data worsens with 358 new cases, one deceased and 10 more hospitalized
The province is unable to make the epidemiological curve fall, which already leaves 79 admissions, 19 in ICU
Almería does not manage to contain the epidemiological curve of the coronavirus and in the last 24 hours it has seen the number of infections detected in the province rise again, which with 358 new positives for covid has added 35 more than the day before, already adding a total of 64,382 infected detected since March.
This is how it is collected this Saturday by the epidemiological part of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía, in which Almería once again sees how the death counter moves after yesterday it remained at 0 for the first time this week. But today we must add one more death among patients with coronavirus, so there are already 859 people from Almeria who have lost their lives after being infected.
In the same way, the Health part also makes it clear that there are not good times for provincial hospitals, because after rising to 10 today there are 79 who are admitted in total, of which 19 are in an Intensive Care bed, which is one less than yesterday.
As for those recovered, Almería today adds 145, which makes a total of 56,810 Almeria with the epidemiological discharge after being infected, but which does not allow reducing the number of active cases, which already stands at 6,713 active cases, that is, people who are currently infected by covid.
For its part, Andalusia registers this Saturday, August 7, a total of 4,360 cases of coronavirus, lower than the 4,651 the day before and the 5,138 seven days ago, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Families, which has counted 14 deaths , less data than the 16 deceased on Friday but double the seven of last Saturday. As for the 14 deceased, four have been registered in Malaga, three in Granada, two in Jaén and Cádiz, and one in the province of Almería and another in Seville.
On the other hand, the community's cumulative incidence rate has dropped for the fourth time after 33 days of consecutive increases and stands at 581.7 per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 4.3 points less in 24 hours and 4 , 9 points less in a week.