This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 13 December 2020
Stats for the last 24 hours - 47 more cases and 2 more deaths
Almería regrets two more deaths although income from covid continues to decline
Cases in 24 hours fall to 47 this Sunday, when 37 patients have recovered
Sunday has broken suddenly with the continued rise of the epidemiological curve experienced by the province of Almería once the December bridge passed and this Sunday has left only 47 positives detected in the last 24 hours, although they have been again the patients who died from coronavirus who have put the black note to the day, as there are two more dead from Almeria.
The province has once again experienced a day of mixed sensations, because although the two deaths already raised to 247 COVID patients who have lost their lives during the nine months of the pandemic, the decrease in cases detected in 24 hours is added also a new drop in patients hospitalized for covid-19 in the three hospitals in the province, Torrecárdenas, Poniente and La Inmaculada, where today there are 111 admitted, of which 32 are in Intensive Care compared to the 112 that were on Saturday and the 36 who were seriously ill in ICU.
In this way, Almería celebrates another decrease in hospital pressure despite the fact that since Saturday at 07:00 hours another five patients have needed to be admitted in the province, which has also seen how 37 of the more than 19,200 patients suffering from Coronavirus since March have considered the disease overcome this Sunday, which currently leaves 4,573 active cases of coronavirus in the province if the positives diagnosed by PDIA (antigen test and PCR) are taken into account, more than 4,800 if they are added the cases detected through the so-called rapid tests.
In the entire autonomous community, for its part, the positives are once again above 1,000, although they are more than 300 less than the day before. Likewise, in terms of those killed by covid, if on Saturday and Friday 33 were registered each day, this Sunday there were only 13 Andalusians who have lost their lives due to the coronavirus, two of them in the province of Almería.
Thus, the hospital pressure in the eight provinces of Andalusia remains as follows: Cádiz (220 hospitalizations, of which 40 in ICU), Córdoba (119 hospitalizations, of which 24 in ICU), Granada (261 hospitalizations, of which 76 in ICU), Huelva (78 hospitalizations, of which 13 in ICU), Jaén (153 hospitalizations, of which 34 in ICU), Malaga (199 hospitalizations, of which 32 in ICU) and Seville (188 hospitalizations, of which which 50 in ICU).