This is the rolling coronavirus story for Friday 17 September 2021
Stats for the last 24 hours - 63 more cases and no more deaths
Almería has more than 300 cured in the last 24 hours
The province does not register deaths and infections remain stabilized
The pandemic stabilizes in the province and new infections remain in figures from previous days. The positive data of the day are that there are no new deaths to regret and that there are more than 300 people who have overcome the disease in the last 24 hours.
The Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia (IECA) communicates this Friday a total of 63 positives detected through the PDIA tests (antigen test and PCR), when on Thursday there were 66.
With no new deaths, Almería maintains the number of deaths in this pandemic at 917.
Good news also comes from the hospitals of the province this day, in which there have only been three admissions, none in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
This Friday the number of people who have overcome the disease in the last 24 hours rises to 303. There are already 65,772 people from Almería who have recovered after being infected with Covid-19.
Active cases in the province continue to decline and these now stand at 2,688.
Last 14 days
Incidence rates for the past 14 days are falling again. The province of Almería places its rate at 110.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
The situation in the province's health districts is as follows: Almería has 106.8 infections, Poniente has 145.9 and Levante-Alto Almanzora 54.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
The capital of Almería currently has an incidence rate of 100.3 infections in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants.
Almeria Province now has 110.9 cases (approximately 1 fewer than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
Poniente Region now has 145.9 cases (approximately 3 more than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
El Ejido now has 155.2 cases (approximately 2 more than yesterday) per 100,000 inhabitants based on the 14 day average (red for increase; blue for decrease)
For logistical reasons I will be unable to publish the graph of the for the rest of the week. Things should return to normal next week.