This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 2 October 2021
Read More for details.
Stats for the last 24 hours - 47 more cases and no more deaths
The positives and hospitalized decrease on the tenth day without deaths from covid
Almería registers 47 new cases this Saturday, 32 less than on Friday
Coronavirus infections have fallen on the last day of fifty in Almería, which this time has not been, with 47 positives (32 less than on Friday), the province with the most cases, as had happened in previous days, since It has been surpassed by Malaga and Seville, which have registered 72 and 62 new positives, respectively.
The hospitalization data are also positive for the Almeria province, since the number of admitted patients has dropped from 32 to 29 in the last day. In the same way, the number of critically ill patients admitted to an intensive care unit has also been reduced, from 16 on Friday to 15 on Saturday.
But the best of all is that the province still does not add new fatalities, and there are already ten days in this situation, with which the deaths from the covid-19 remain at 923. For their part, the people who have overcome the infection in the province in the last 24 hours have been 107, which brings to 68,246 the total of recovered.
In Andalusia Currently, 311 patients confirmed with covid-19 remain admitted to Andalusian hospitals, of which 88 are in the ICU, according to the latest daily report from the Andalusian Regional Government's Ministry of Health and Families, this Saturday .
The situation in the rest of Andalusian provinces is as follows: Cádiz (16 hospitalizations, of which 6 in ICU), Córdoba (30 hospitalizations, of which 11 in ICU), Granada (29 hospitalizations, of which 8 in ICU) , Huelva (15 hospitalizations, of which 3 in ICU), Jaén (24 hospitalizations, of which 2 in ICU), Malaga (86 hospitalizations, of which 19 in ICU) and Seville (82 hospitalizations, of which 24 in ICU).
The cases of covid counted this Saturday in the community have been 246, and seven deaths have been registered, two in the provinces of Seville and Cádiz and one in Córdoba, Granada and Jaén.