This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 12 October 2021

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No detailed stats published today on the standard stats pages. Due to it being a national holiday in Spain. So no graphs today. Just this story:


Stats for the last 24 hours - 49 more cases and no more deaths

Google translation:

49 more positives maintain Almería as one of the provinces with the highest current incidence

Hospitalizations drop and there are 15 reopening of schools

The province of Almería has registered 49 more positive cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, which maintains it as one of the Andalusian provinces where the incidence, right now, is higher. On the positive side, 92 people have overcome the disease and hospitalization drops by six, as well as the number of patients in ICUs by two.

The latest data provided by the Ministry of Health and Family of the Junta de Andalucía increases, with the 49 new positives, the number of people from Almeria who have contracted the disease at some point in the pandemic to 70,196. These 49 cases are the second highest number in Andalusia on this day, only surpassed by the 68 in Malaga.

There have been three new hospitalizations, which is now 4,434, and one person has entered the ICU, with a total of 756 since March 2020, although at the moment the number of hospitalized patients has dropped to 25, with 11 in the ICU, six and two less than yesterday, respectively.

Those recovered continue to rise to 68,822, while the number of deaths remains the second lowest in the community, with 924, as none were recorded in recent hours.

The Ministry has also reported that there have been 15 reopening in the educational centers of Almería, without at the moment there being any complete closure of a total of 660 centers or any partial closure of classrooms out of a total of 7,268.

Regarding vaccination, it has exceeded one million doses administered in the province, with 1,099,843. 587,050 people have at least one of the doses while 571,870 already have the full regimen.