This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 14 August 2021

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Stats for the last 24 hours - 221 more cases and no more deaths 

Google translation:

The province sees positive covid decrease while hospitalized patients rise

In 24 hours, 221 new infections have been detected, the lowest figure since August 17

The face and the cross of the coronavirus pandemic come together in the epidemiological data corresponding to the province of Almería, because although it has managed to reduce the positives detected in 24 hours to 221, the lowest figure since last August 17 , has also seen 14 new coronavirus patients enter hospitals, three of them in need of Intensive Care.

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 already exceeds 66,000 (66,062, specifically) positives detected since March 2020, but again maintains '0' the counter of new deaths, which remains at the same 868 as the day before and represents the first day without deaths since August 6, when the Board did not notify any deaths among patients with coronavirus.

The good trend of the province in recent days, in which it has managed to drop from 300 positives in 24 hours, as has happened today, yesterday (256) and Wednesday (229), does not remain in the hospitals of the province, since Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada have registered 14 new hospitalizations, three of them of patients with coronavirus who have needed to enter the ICU. Thus, as reported by Health, currently there are 94 infected Almería who are admitted and 23 of them occupy a bed in Intensive Care.

Fewer active cases

On the other hand, today if the recovered patients exceed the new infections and with 225 more from Almeria with the epidemiological discharge, the province reduces its active cases by four, which are still very high with 7,331.

In Andalusia, for its part, Health has notified 3,286 new infected in total, with prominence again for Seville and Malaga, which with 925 and 728 cases, respectively, are the provinces that have added the most today. For its part, Cádiz registers 462 more; Granada, 271; Cordoba, 254; Huelva, 217 and Jaén, 208. Similarly, Health counts 15 deaths after a week with three consecutive days with more than 20 deaths (22 on Thursday, 24 on Wednesday and 28 on Tuesday).

On the other hand, the cumulative incidence rate of the community has fallen for the eleventh time after 33 days of consecutive increases and stands at 494.6 per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 15.9 points less in 24 hours and 82.9 points less in one week, the first time it has dropped below 500 in three weeks.