This is the rolling coronavirus story for Monday 14 December 2020
Stats for the last 24 hours -179 more cases and no more deaths
Almería leads the daily contagion data in Andalusia with 179 positives
Monday's report also leaves 3 more hospitalized, 2 of them in ICU, and 154 cured
On the first Monday after the start of the Andalusian de-escalation, the province of Almería leaves 179 positives for coronavirus detected in the last 24 hours through PDIA (Active Infection Diagnostic Tests, which includes all cases of Covid-19 with active infection, confirmed by PCR technique or latest generation rapid antigenic tests, following the new surveillance strategy of the Ministry of Health).
These are data from the Junta de Andalucía, collected until 7 am today, which contrasts with those of Sunday, when 47 infected were detected.
In this way, Almería is the Andalusian province in which the most cases have been detected in the last day. Of the total of the 718 cases of Covid-19 in the community, apart from the 179 in Almería, there have been 129 in Cádiz, 120 in Seville, 81 in Jaén, 77 in Malaga, 46 in Granada and Córdoba respectively and 40 in Huelva.
In the section on recoveries, there are 154 people from Almeria who have received an epidemiological discharge during the last day. And luckily, there are no fatalities after the five deaths over the weekend.
Thus, at the moment there are 4,978 active cases of coronavirus in the Almeria geography: a total of 19,811 people have contracted the virus while 14,586 have already overcome it and 247 people have lost their lives since the beginning of the pandemic.
In the section of hospitalized patients in the province, on Monday he leaves 3 more admissions in Almería throughout the last day, 2 of them in the Intensive Care Unit. At the moment, Almería has 114 hospitalizations, of which 33 are in Intensive Care.
In the rest of the community, this is the situation: Cádiz: 226 hospitalizations, of which 39 in ICU; Cordova; 126 hospitalizations, of which 25 in ICU; Granada: 258 hospitalizations, of which 68 in ICU; Huelva: 78 hospitalizations, of which 14 in ICU; Jaén: 157 hospitalizations, of which 30 in ICU; Malaga: 197 hospitalizations, of which 31 in ICU; and Seville: 193 hospitalizations, of which 50 in the ICU.
According to the Ministry of Health and Families, 1,349 patients confirmed with Covid-19 remain admitted to Andalusian hospitals, of which 290 are in the ICU.
As Europa Press collects, this day Andalusia has lowered its incidence rate of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days to 144.8, far from the 250 that the Ministry of Health qualifies as "very risky high".
Above the Andalusian average are Jaén with 225.4, Huelva with 201.3, Cádiz with 184.5, Almería with 181.9 and Córdoba with 157.4, while below the average are Granada with 130, 9, Malaga with 105.7 and Seville with 99.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Cumulative stats based on data from Almería 360