This is the rolling coronavirus story for Saturday 19 December 2020


Stats for the last 24 hours - 141 more cases and 3 more deaths

Google translation:

Three other deaths from covid on a Saturday in which positives skyrocket

There are 141 new infections compared to the 72 detected on Friday and those hospitalized decrease

Almería has once again exceeded the red line of 100 positives today on a Saturday in which three people have lost their lives again due to covid, which already places the province closer and closer to the 300 deaths since the month of March, as collected in the daily part of the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía.

After the 141 infected detected in the last 24 hours in the province of Almería, 1,192 in the entire autonomous community, the epidemiological curve once again undergoes a rebound that leads the province to double the number of infected people detected in the previous day, when there were only 72 the positives reported by Health, all of them diagnosed by PDIA tests (antigen test and PCR), which amounts to 19,937 since the beginning of the pandemic.

As for the deaths, with the three registered this Saturday, there are already 268 people from Almeria with covid who have not been able to defeat the disease in a day in which throughout Andalusia the dead once again exceed fifty and are 55. The three The deceased, added to the 15 patients recovered today, leave the active cases, that is, those that are still infected, below 3,900, one of the lowest figures in recent weeks.

For their part, hospitalized patients have registered a slight decrease in the last 24 hours, when, despite having admitted 12 more people, two of them to the ICU, hospital pressure has dropped again in the province and stands at 102 hospitalized and 28 in serious condition in Intensive Care compared to 103 and 30 that Health notified this Friday.

By provinces, the burden in hospitals is as follows: Cádiz (220 hospitalizations, of which 44 in ICU), Córdoba (105 hospitalizations, of which 19 in ICU), Granada (217 hospitalizations, of which 50 in ICU) , Huelva (66 hospitalizations, of which 11 in ICU), Jaén (141 hospitalizations, of which 29 in ICU), Malaga (161 hospitalizations, of which 26 in ICU) and Seville (176 hospitalizations, of which 44 in ICU).


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