This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 13 August 2021
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Stats for the last 24 hours - 256 more cases and 1 more death
Almería is once again the Andalusian province with fewer cases but adds another death
The province registers 256 positives in covid-19 and 8 hospitalized in the last 24 hours
The province of Almería is positioned this Friday as the Andalusian province with the fewest daily cases of coronavirus although it adds another deceased, and there are already six consecutive days notifying deaths from covid-19.
According to the latest report from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography, published this Friday, there are 256 positives detected through PDIA tests (PCR technique or rapid antigen test). Córdoba appears above Almería, with 266 new infections, while Seville leads the list with 927 more infected.
In addition, eight people have had to be admitted to hospitals in the province, although without movement in the ICU. In the recovered section, 187 patients have received epidemiological discharge after overcoming the disease.
Thus, as of August 13, there are 7,335 active coronavirus cases in the province, compared to the 7,267 cases yesterday: active cases come from the difference between the total number of confirmed cases since the beginning of the pandemic (65,841) and the difference between the total number of deaths (868) and those cured (57,638).
The accumulated incidence rate continues to decline: this Friday it stands at 508.3 cases in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants, when on Thursday it was 526.1. In the capital Almería, this marker stands at 628.3 (yesterday it was 649.7). By health districts, the incidence is 576.9 in Almería (compared to 597.1 on Thursday), 351.9 in Levante-Alto Almanzora (yesterday it was 384.5) and 512.2 in the Poniente (on Thursday it was at 518.2).
After this data update, in Almería there are 87 confirmed patients with coronavirus admitted to centers in the province. Of them, 24 are in the Intensive Care Unit.
According to the Junta de Andalucía, in the whole of the autonomous community, 117 new admissions have been registered over the last 24 hours (the data is collected at 7:00 in the morning), while 9 have required Intensive Care. With regard to hospital pressure, there are 1,410 patients with Covid-19 in Andalusian hospitals, of which 248 are in the ICU.
In the rest of the community they are distributed in this way: in Cádiz there are 186 people hospitalized with Covid-19, of which 28 in ICU; in Córdoba, 121, of which 20 in ICU; in Granada there are 150 patients hospitalized for the disease, of which 23 are in the ICU; and in Huelva there are 65 hospitalizations, of which 15 are in the ICU.
Likewise, in Jaén 90 people are admitted with coronavirus, 9 of them in ICU; in Malaga there are 441 hospitalizations, with 81 in ICU; and in Seville, 270 hospitalized patients, with 48 in Intensive Care.
Regarding the whole of Andalusia, the Board collects 3,687positives this Friday, August 13, notified after the results of PDIA.
With its 256 cases reported in the last day, Almería is the Andalusian province with the least positives. Sevilla tops the list with 927 followed by Malaga, with 810. Then there are Cádiz, with 482, Granada with 347, Jaén, with 326, and Huelva with 273. Córdoba closes the list, with 266, and Almería with 256.
In addition, 14 deaths have been registered in Andalusia due to covid-19 on this day: 1 in Almería, 4 in Cádiz, 2 in Córdoba, 1 in Granada, 1 in Jaén, 4 in Malaga and 1 in Seville. In the section of recovered, 3,102 people have received the epidemiological discharge.
In total, since the beginning of the health crisis, 761,318 people have contracted the disease in Andalusia, 10,546 have died and 653,279 have managed to recover.
El Ejido now has 497.9 cases (approximately 14 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
Poniente Region now has 512.2 cases (approximately 6 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
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83.4% of people in Andalucía have had at least 1 vaccination - 0.7% more than the last published value
68.0% of people in Andalucía have been vaccinated completely - 0.9% more than the last published value
81.0% of people in Spain have had at least 1 vaccination - 0.6% more than the last published value
70.1% of people in Spain have been vaccinated fully - 0.7% more than the last published value