This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 12 October 2020.
Likely to be some special measures taken in the province of Granada soon
The president of the Board assures that it is very likely that they will be taken tomorrow Tuesday
The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, assured this Monday, during his attendance at the official events on the occasion of the October 12 holiday that, "tomorrow (this Tuesday) it is very likely, very likely, that we will have to take restrictive measures "with Granada, which it has placed in the field of" university residences and other spheres ".
In an audio sent to the media, Moreno has expressed that "we are very concerned about what is happening in Granada, which has to do with university residences."
After specifying that "without criminalizing anyone", the president of the Board has argued as a fact that "there has been a high incidence of infections since the university students have joined."
Moreno explained that "tomorrow (this Tuesday) the Technical Committee, the Scientific Committee, will meet, which will tell us what proposals it puts on the table", although he has advanced that the measures will entail "a limitation, restrictions", which he has presented as unavoidable.
"We have no choice as a result of the infections and behaviors that we are seeing in some streets of Granada", has wielded the president of the Junta de Andalucía.
Moreno has appealed "once again to the responsibility of university students, young people, adolescents" after claiming that "we play a lot."
"This is not a joke," stressed the president of the Board, who has demanded "responsibility" from young people "not to do mass events, bottles, to wear the mask, for them and others."
There were also five complaints against establishments, including a disco, which had to be evicted and had about 60 people inside. Of the rest, two were due to occupation of a public road with a terrace exceeding the allowed hours, another to a pub that also exceeded the closing time and the last to a bazaar for the sale of alcohol after 10 pm.
In addition to the previous actions, a large concentration of people was dissolved in Ganivet street around 1:00 am, coinciding with the closure of the establishments.
Almería registers this holiday 58 new positives for coronavirus
New coronavirus outbreak in the Levante region. The Junta de Andalucía has announced this holiday Monday the appearance of a new focus, this time at the Hospital de La Inmaculada, located in Huércal-Overa.
The number of cases associated with this outbreak is, at the moment, 16, as reported by the Junta de Andalucía in its daily part on the evolution of the pandemic in Andalusia.
In it, it states that Almería has registered 58 new positives for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, eleven less than this past Sunday.
The province, as happened yesterday, has to mourn a new death and it does so a week after the last two deaths of people infected with coronavirus. Since the beginning of the pandemic, last March, there are already 123 patients with Covid-19 who have lost their lives.
On the other hand, hospital pressure has increased in recent days and Almería has a total of 49 hospitalizations (five of them on this last day), of which 15 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
With the 14 new cured people reported this holiday Monday by the Junta de Andalucía, there are already 6,605 people infected with coronavirus who have overcome the disease in the province.
The Autonomous Administration reports in this daily part that there is no outbreak in the Ballesol residence in Almería capital as it was declared this Sunday in this daily statement of the Board.
The province of Seville once again leads the daily increase in infections confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, with 388, followed by Granada with 327, Córdoba with 238, Malaga with 113, Cádiz with 98, Jaén with 78, Almería with 58 and Huelva with 19.
Malaga, with six deaths, is again the province that concentrates the most deaths from Covid-19 this day in Andalusia, followed by Granada with three, Córdoba with two and Jaén, Cádiz and Almería with one. The rest of the provinces do not have deaths.
Looks like Almería 360 may not be publishing their detailed data for today. As it is a bank holiday. Hopefully it will be back to normal tomorrow.