This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 1 November 2021

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Stats for the last 48 hours - 24 more cases and no more deaths

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/224796/almeria-suma-solo-24-nuevos-positivos-y-baja-las-hospitalizaciones-por-covid

Google translation:

Almería adds only 24 new positives and decreases hospitalizations due to covid

The same eight patients are kept in the Intensive Care beds as on Friday

The last weekend of October has been good for the province of Almería in its fight against the coronavirus pandemic, because if on Saturday there were 34 positives detected in 24 hours, this figure drops today to only 24 in 48 hours, since the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía does not publish epidemiological data regarding new positives, deaths and hospitalizations on Sundays.

In this way, this Monday's update leaves an average of 12 positives every 24 hours in the Almeria province and raises the positives detected since March to almost 71,000. On the other hand, there are no more deaths, so the deaths registered since the beginning of the pandemic remain at 929. The same occurs in the hospitalized section, where compared to the last data provided by Health, last Saturday, there are now fewer admitted.

This is how it is after the Ministry of Health has notified that there are 17 hospitalized this Monday in the province, compared to the 20 that were on October 30, although when it comes to Intensive Care beds there are still eight people from Almeria with coronavirus who are hospitalized. For its part, throughout Andalusia there are 152 confirmed COVID-19 patients who remain admitted to hospitals, of which 42 are in the ICU, thus leaving the hospital pressure by provinces: Cádiz (11 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU), Córdoba (8 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU), Granada (18 hospitalizations, of which 5 in ICU), Huelva (15 hospitalizations, of which 5 in ICU), Jaén (11 hospitalizations, of which 1 in ICU), Malaga (49 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU) and Seville (23 hospitalizations, of which 4 in ICU).

Active cases

Regarding the people from Almeria who have overcome the disease in the last 48 hours, as happened on Saturday, today they are less than the new positives, since compared to the 24 reported infections, 'only' 13 recovered have been registered, which causes the number of active cases in the province to rise by nine, that is, of people who are infected at the moment, which are 278.

Andalusia registers this Monday, November 1, a total of 274 coronavirus infections in 48 hours, higher than the 263 of last Monday and the 261 of this Saturday, while registering a deceased, the same as a week ago and one less than the two of Saturday.

For its part, in the Andalusian overall, according to data provided by the Ministry of Health and Families, the incidence in 14 days has risen 0.5 points to 34.4 per 100,000 inhabitants compared to 33.9 on Saturday - the same on Friday -, an incidence also higher than the 32.1 points registered a week ago.

The 274 infections on Monday (48 hours) are counted after 261 on Saturday, 338 on Friday, 270 on Thursday, 262 on Wednesday, 242 on Tuesday and 263 on Monday and last Sunday.

On this day, Malaga is the one that registers the most infections with 65, followed by Huelva with 62, Seville with 43, Córdoba with 28, Almería with 24, the same figure that is registered in Jaén, Cádiz with 19 and Granada with nine. The only deceased in these 48 hours is registered in Cádiz

 

I am not sure whether there will be any detailed infection and vaccination stats published today as it is a bank holiday. I guess we will have to wait and see.