This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 23 November 2021

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Stats for the last 48 hours - 48 more cases and 1 more death

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/12/almeria/226226/la-sexta-ola-del-covid-se-acerca-a-almeria-con-una-muerte-y-4-ingresos-en-uci

Google translation:

The sixth wave of the covid approaches Almería with one death and four admissions to the ICU

In the last 24 hours, 48 ​​positives have been confirmed that increase the incidence

Although the positives of coronavirus confirmed in the last 24 hours, 48, have meant a decrease compared to the average of the previous days, especially at the end of last week, the incidence of covid continues to increase in Almería and, what is much worse , a life has been claimed again, which brings fatalities to 935, and has led to the hospitalization of eight people due to covid-19, four in serious condition in an intensive care unit.

Despite this slight decrease in cases, which also occurs in Andalusia, where 425 have been confirmed this Tuesday (compared to the average of more than 700 in recent days), the threat of the sixth wave seems to remain active in the community, and all fears point to the next bridge of the Immaculate Conception and, especially, to Christmas.

The 48 new cases have resulted in a slight increase in incidence, which in the province reaches 83 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days, six tenths more than on Monday.

The Almería District remains the most affected by the virus at present and already widely exceeds the 100 rate, standing at 113.3, almost five points more than the previous day. The capital also rises and reaches the rate 116.7. The Levante and Alto Almanzora also continue to rise, now up to the rate of 42.4, almost two points more than on Monday, while the Poniente surprises with a sharp drop of 6.3 points, and reaches 70.4 cases per every 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.

In Andalusia, Malaga is again the province with the most new infections, 104, followed by Córdoba (96), Seville (61), Cádiz (54), Almería (48), Huelva (29), Jaén (19) and Granada, where 'only' 14 positives have been confirmed in the last day.

The Andalusian incidence has risen to 73 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days, the highest in two months, according to Europa Press.

Finally, 35 people have overcome the infection in the last hours in Almería. With all these data, active cases in the province amount to 808.

 

Almeria Province now has 83.0 cases (approximately 1 more than the last value) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

Poniente Region now has 70.4 cases (approximately 7 fewer than the last value) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

El Ejido now has 54.9 cases (approximately 8 fewer than the last value) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)

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Spain considering closing the interior of bars at 23:00

https://www.surinenglish.com/spain/spain-considers-closing-20211123112753-nt.html

 

Andalucía starts booster jabs for 60-69 year olds (who had their second jab at least 6 months ago)

https://www.lavozdealmeria.com/noticia/18/actualidad/226131/andalucia-comienza-este-lunes-a-poner-la-tercera-dosis-a-los-mayores-de-60-anos

Google translation:

Andalusia begins this Monday to put the third dose to those over 60 years

It must have been more than six months since the second puncture

The Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía begins this Monday to administer the third dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 to health and social health personnel and to the population between 60 and 69 years of age, since until now it is limited to those over 70 years of age.

The counselor of the sector, Jesús Aguirre, announced this last Thursday at an informative meeting of Europa Press Andalucía, where he explained that the vaccination with the third dose will be done "gradually, from older to younger", starting in the range from 69 to 60 years, and by appointment.

Andalusia began on September 21 to administer the third dose against Covid-19 from Pfizer or Moderna to the more than 43,554 users of nursing homes, while a few weeks earlier this serum had begun to be inoculated to immunosuppressed patients.

For its part, on Monday, October 18, the administration of the third dose to those over 70 years began, an initiative that the Ministry of Health and Families made coincide with the inoculation of the flu vaccine to people over 65 years. The only requirement to receive the third dose is that more than six months have passed since the second.

On November 5, the self-appointment was opened to obtain a date for the supply of the third dose of the vaccines. As always, this self-appointment can be made through the usual applications (ClicSalud + and App Salud Responde) and by telephone through Salud Responde and appointment at the health centers themselves.

In Andalusia, and as of this Thursday -last data-, a total of 697,112 people have already received the three doses, of which 604,845 are older than 70 years, Seville being the province where the most vaccines have been administered (145,815), followed by Málaga (122,752), Cádiz (95,885), Granada (83,429), Córdoba (81,651), Jaén (68,129), Almería (53,771) and Huelva (45,680).

Likewise, the region has 80.4% of the population with the complete vaccination regimen and 91.3% of those over 12 years of age, while 81.7% of the population and 92.8% of the elderly age 12 has received the first dose.