The article here on the La Voz de Almería site has details of 31 new cases in the last 24 hours in the province of Almería.

With three more in the El Ejido area.

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Almería registers 31 new positives for coronavirus in just 24 hours
The El Ejido outbreak adds up to three people infected and that of the businessman from Adra remains at six

Blow of the coronavirus to the province of Almería, which today has experienced its worst long day since the state of alarm ended, with up to 31 new positives detected by PCR, which places their total at 623, as recorded by the daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía.

The 31 new positives have not had a notable incidence in the outbreaks declared in the west of Almería, since the one in El Ejido adds three new infections to the 14 that it maintained this past Friday and the outbreak related to a businessman from Abderitan remains at six positives distributed between the abderitano municipality (Adra), El Ejido and Berja.

A dizzying rise in the epidemiological curve in Almería territory, which that Saturday still maintains eight hospitalized, two of them in the ICU and which has seen how, again, Almería hospitals add three new recovered, which brings the total of these to all 761 since the start of the pandemic. By provinces: in Almería (8 hospitalizations of which 2 in ICU), Cádiz (6 hospitalizations of which 1 in ICU), Córdoba (4 hospitalizations of which 2 in ICU), Granada (12 hospitalizations of which 2 in ICU ), Huelva (1 hospitalizations and none in ICU), Jaén (no hospitalization), Malaga (8 hospitalizations and none in ICU) and Seville (3 hospitalizations of which 1 in ICU).

As for active outbreaks in Andalusia, there are 17 that remain active, the vast majority of them in Granada, although they have also been detected in Malaga and Cádiz, in Campo de Gibraltar. Of these outbreaks, the two from Almería remain in the investigation phase, that is, the trackers continue with their efforts to locate new positives that may occur as a result of the 'zero' patients in El Ejido and Adra.

In total, five of the 17 outbreaks are still under investigation and 11 are under control, as reported in the report updated at 09:30 am by the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía.