This is the rolling coronavirus story for Sunday 10 January 2021


Stats for the last 24 hours - 197 new cases and one more death

Google translation:

Hospital admissions increase and there is one more deceased, but cases decrease

There are already 124 patients who are hospitalized, 32 of them in Intensive Care

Almería has once again registered this Sunday a new day of increase in covid patients who are admitted to hospitals in Almería, where 124 people from Almería are already hospitalized, four more than the day before, and 32 of them in Intensive Care given its severity , one more than yesterday.

This is how the epidemiological part of the pandemic collects it today, which yesterday marked its record with 359 positives in 24 hours, but which today has reached a decrease to slightly less than half of the positives, since 197 infections have been detected in the province during the last 24 hours, when it has also been known that an outbreak has been declared inside a nursing home in the capital, where residents and professionals were already vaccinated.

In the same way, the report of the Ministry of Health and Families collects that since Saturday at 07:00 hours the death of another patient with coronavirus has been registered in the province, which has added 307 deaths from the covid since March. In addition, 75 patients have been recovered in Almería compared to the nine who did so yesterday.

But back to the situation that Almeria hospitals are going through, the pressure in their beds continues to increase and accumulates a whole month of January in which it has skyrocketed from the barely 80 cases that it had on December 31 to 124 with the ones he currently has. For their part, patients admitted to Andalusian hospitals for Covid-19 have risen again this Sunday and the streak of increases has lasted for eight days with 1,311, 79 more than on Saturday, of which 228 are in a Care Unit Intensive (ICU), one more than the day before.


Likewise, in Andalusia, 1,100 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus have been added this Sunday, January 10, approximately half that of last Sunday (2,220), according to data provided by the Ministry of Health and Families, which adds eight deaths, second data lowest for the week after Thursday's figure (five).

The 1,100 infections this day are notably lower than the 3,542 on Saturday, which was in fact the highest figure since November 26, when 3,549 were counted. Seville leads the infections with 241, followed by Malaga with 200, Almería with 197, Jaén with 166, Huelva with 129, Córdoba with 85, Cádiz with 66 and Granada with 16.