This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 27 December 2020


Stats for that last 24 hours - 96 more cases and 1 more death

Google translation:

The curve falls: one deceased and less than 100 cases the day the vaccination starts

Hospitalizations experience a slight increase and there are 96 hospitalized, 28 in ICU

As if the virus had noticed the arrival of the vaccine to the province of Almería, where in the next few hours a resident of the El Ejido Geriatric Residence will be vaccinated for the first time, today the pandemic has been presented with a considerable decrease in the curve , which leaves less than 100 positives and a single deceased this Sunday, December 27, which will go down in history when the vaccination campaign against covid begins.

The daily report of the Ministry of Health and Families today collects 96 new covid patients detected in the last 24 hours in the province, which brings the total of diagnosed by PDIA (antigen test and PCR) to 20,729. In the same way, Andalusia also celebrates that its figures have dropped today and there are only 692 infected, which already leave almost 257,000 since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the same way, from Saturday to 07:00 hours on that Sunday, the death of another person from Almeria has been registered as a result of the coronavirus, the sick 285 who lost his life since March and who arrives on a day in which all Andalusia has registered only 17 deaths from covid in the entire community, where experts have already warned of the more than likely presence of the new strain of the virus arriving from the United Kingdom.

On the other hand, where no decrease has been experienced is in the pressure that Almeria hospitals endure, where today there are 96 patients admitted, 28 of them in serious condition in Intensive Care. Similarly, in the rest of the provinces the hospital burden has increased to exceed 1,000 admissions in the community today: Cádiz (168 hospitalizations, of which 37 in ICU), Córdoba (99 hospitalizations, of which 21 in ICU), Granada (181 hospitalizations, of which 48 in ICU), Huelva (55 hospitalizations, of which 9 in ICU), Jaén (115 hospitalizations, of which 28 in ICU), Malaga (158 hospitalizations, of which 18 in ICU ) and Seville (131 hospitalizations, of which 44 in ICU).

Finally, in terms of patients who have recovered in the last 24 hours, these have been 280 in Almería, which has already left more than 18,000 since March.