This is the rolling coronavirus story for Tuesday 8 December 2020


Stats for the last 24 hours - 34 new cases and no deaths - a good day

Google translation:

Almería lives its best day since September with only 34 positives and 170 cured

Without hospitalized or deceased, the province collapses the curve in the December bridge

The bridge seems to have won the day-to-day battle against the epidemiological curve and the fear of the health authorities seems to subside after verifying how the pandemic has left today one of its most relaxed days in the province, with only 34 positives in 24 hours, when 170 people from Almeria have also been cured of the covid.

With the 34 infections detected this Tuesday, the last holiday of the December bridge, Almería has registered its best day since September, when on the 21st there were only 33 patients who tested positive for a PDIA test (antigen test and PCR) in the province of Almería, according to Health data collected by the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography.

Likewise, the province today celebrates its second day of December without deaths after experiencing an especially hard month of November that left more than 30% of the deaths of the entire pandemic, but today, as happened on Sunday, the pandemic is not no life has been claimed among Almeria sufferers from coronavirus.

The pressure in the hospitals of the province also stabilizes this Tuesday, from where no covid patient has left or entered and 111 continue to be admitted, of which 37 are in serious condition in Intensive Care, as recorded in the daily report of health.

And it is also worth noting the substantial reduction that occurs in active cases in the province, because to the 34 positives, which raise those diagnosed by PDIA since March to 18,864, we must subtract 170 people from Almeria who today have managed to say goodbye completely to the Covid-19 disease, a figure that rises to more than 3,800 in the entire autonomous community of Andalusia, where today there have been only 434 positives and 33 have died.

For its part, the situation in Andalusian hospitals is as follows: Cádiz (250 hospitalizations, of which 45 in ICU), Córdoba (138 hospitalizations, of which 31 in ICU), Granada (326 hospitalizations, of which 84 in ICU), Huelva (103 hospitalizations, of which 17 in ICU), Jaén (176 hospitalizations, of which 32 in ICU), Malaga (231 hospitalizations, of which 33 in ICU) and Seville (211 hospitalizations, of which than 61 in ICU).


Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360