This is the rolling coronavirus story for Thursday 1 October 2020.
Stats for the last 24 hours - 96 more cases - no more deaths
Hard hit of the coronavirus: Almería once again touches the hundred positives
Rebound in cases that clouds the optimism of recent days
The optimism of the last days has been clouded this Thursday, when Almería once again touched the hundred positives.
The province almost doubles this day the number of infections registered yesterday Wednesday, in which there were 53. According to data released by the Junta de Andalucía, Almería rises in the last hours to 96 new confirmed cases of coronavirus, after hovering around the medium hundred for several days.
Despite this important upturn, the province remains among the Andalusian territories with fewer infections in the last day (Andalusia has added a total of 1,303 confirmed cases of coronavirus by PCR this Thursday). Only Huelva with 38 is behind.
Seville, with 307 positives, is once again the province with the highest number of positives in the last 24 hours, followed by Cádiz with 210, Granada with 208, Córdoba with 190, Malaga with 129 and Jaén with 125.
This Thursday is the largest daily increase in cases since last Saturday experienced by the Andalusian community.
Regarding deaths, data from the regional government account for 19 deaths from Covid-19 in 24 hours, two less than those registered this Wednesday. Almería and Jaén are the only Andalusian provinces that have not added deaths in 24 hours.
In Seville there have been six deaths, followed by Malaga with five deaths and Cádiz with three, while in Granada and Jaén there have been two and in Córdoba one person has died.
In Almería, it will be necessary to see in the next few days how the mass screening of tests that will be carried out this Thursday and tomorrow will be carried out on about 400 residents of Pulpí affects the figures.
Situation of hospitals in Andalusia
In the absence of knowing the data from Almería, Andalusian hospitals reduced this Thursday for the second consecutive day the patients admitted for the Covid-19 coronavirus to 1,043, 41 less in 24 hours, but 26 more than a week ago, of which 154 were They are in an intensive care unit (ICU), three more than this Wednesday and 19 more than seven days ago.
These data have been provided by the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, during his appearance in committee of the Andalusian Parliament to report on the situation of primary care services in the community.
The number of hospitalized in Andalusia falls again this Thursday after doing so in 19 this Wednesday; go up 38 on Tuesday and 42 on Monday; get off Sunday at 30; go up to 36 on Saturday; not register changes on Friday and go down by two last Thursday. The 1,043 hospitalized registered this Thursday are 41 more than the 1,017 registered seven days ago.
Latest 7 and 14 day stats for municipalities in Almería province
As usual, see the tables in the Spanish article.
Tables and charts based on the Almería 360 data