This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 20 December 2020
Stats for the last 24 hours -143 more cases and 3 more deaths
Almería falls below 100 hospitalized but three other people die from covid
The positives remain around 140, as in the day before, and 269 have recovered
Almería has lived in the last 24 hours its first day of the last weeks with less than 100 patients hospitalized for the coronavirus, but, on the contrary, the epidemiological curve remains, another day, above the 100 positives detected in 24 hours in the province of Almería.
As the daily part of the Ministry of Health and Families collects, 143 positives have been reported today, two more than the day before and that make Almería exceed the 20,000 infected detected through PDIA tests (antigen test and PCR), since there are currently 20,080.
As if that were not enough, the province today regrets the death of another three patients with coronavirus, the same number as that notified yesterday by the health authorities and that already leaves 271 patients with covid who have died since March.
Despite the bad figures, the reduction in coronavirus patients who are hospitalized in Torrecárdenas, Poniente or La Inmaculada, the three hospitals in the province that currently have one of the lowest hospital pressure in recent weeks, is noteworthy. Thus, today there are 99 who remain hospitalized, of which 28 are in serious condition in an Intensive Care Unit. Figures that represent an improvement compared to the day before, when 102 were hospitalized, although the same 28 were in the ICUs as this Sunday.
As for the recovered patients, they have once again experienced a considerable rise that makes 269 people from Almeria today who have defeated the covid, 16,039 from the beginning.
For its part, throughout Andalusia the positives have been lowered compared to the day before and today there are only 1,066 and 27 deaths compared to the 55 that were registered yesterday, the worst figure in the last 10 days. Likewise, the hospital burden is as follows:), Cádiz (210 hospitalizations, of which 44 in ICU), Córdoba (97 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Granada (210 hospitalizations, of which 50 in ICU), Huelva (57 hospitalizations, of which 10 in the ICU), Jaén (143 hospitalizations, of which 29 in the ICU), Malaga (149 hospitalizations, of which 25 in the ICU) and Seville (164 hospitalizations, of which 46 in the ICU ).