This is the rolling coronavirus story for Wednesday 6 October 2021

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Stats for the last 24 hours - 46 more cases and no more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/3/provincia/223167/dos-semanas-sin-fallecidos-en-almeria-por-covid

Google translation:

Two weeks without deaths in Almería from Covid

Contagions are maintained in the province

Daily infections in the province stabilize and Almería lives its second week without deaths from Covid.

According to the data of this Wednesday's report from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), Almería continues as the third province of Andalusia in the number of infections and does so behind the provinces of Malaga and Seville.

The Junta de Andalucía reports this day of 46 new positives detected through PDIA tests (antigen test and PCR) in the last 24 hours. This Tuesday, the infections were 39, a figure slightly lower than today.

For its part, Andalusia registers a total of 264 coronavirus infections this Wednesday, October 6, higher than the 218 on Tuesday but lower than the 321 a week ago.

The cumulative incidence stands at 38.4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and continues to be at a low risk level for coronavirus. Down 2.5 points in 24 hours and 13.1 points in a week.

Malaga is the province that registers the most infections with a total of 77, followed by Seville with 63, Almería with 46, Huelva with 30, Cádiz with 18, Granada with 11, Jaén with 11 and Córdoba with eight.

Deaths

Andalusia counts ten deaths this Wednesday, none of them in the province of Almería. This has been fourteen days without registering deaths from coronavirus. A total of 923 people with Covid have lost their lives since the start of the pandemic, in March 2020.

According to data from the IECA, in the last 24 hours, there have been six new admissions in Almeria hospitals, one in the Intensive Care Unit. Currently, the province has 35 people hospitalized, of which 15 are in ICU.

A total of 68,471 people have already overcome the disease, after the 64 new cured of this day.

Currently, the province has 900 active cases.

Last 14 days

The incidence rate in the province of Almería is 81.7 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 85.6 on Tuesday.

The situation of the health districts of the province is as follows: Almería has 104.5 infections, that of Poniente has 62.2 and that of Levante-Alto Almanzora, 70.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

The capital of Almería currently has an incidence rate of 62.1 infections in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants, when the day before it was 69.5.

79% of the population of the province already has the complete schedule of the coronavirus vaccine, a percentage that rises to 89.8% if only the target population (those over 12 years of age) are taken into account.

 

Almeria Province now has 81.7 cases (approximately 4 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

Poniente Region now has 62.2 cases (approximately 3 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

El Ejido now has 52.5 cases (approximately 2 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

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77.6% of the full Spanish population (including under 12 year olds) have been vaccinated fully - 0.1% more than the last published value

91.2% of people in Andalucía aged 12 and over have had at least 1 vaccination - 0.0% more than the last published value

88.7% of people in Andalucía aged 12 and over have been vaccinated completely - 0.1% more than the last published value

89.6% of people in Spain aged 12 and over  have had at least 1 vaccination - 0.0% more than the last published value

87.4% of people in Spain aged 12 and over have been vaccinated fully - 0.1% more than the last published value

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