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COVID-19 : Andalusia drops by 220 hospitalized, but adds 2,490 positives and 18 deaths

The decrease in those hospitalized in Andalusia continues to take place at a good pace, this indicator is very positive when it comes to accounting for the progress of the pandemic in this autonomous community. The hospital pressure exerted by the coronavirus can put the care of the rest of the pathologies at risk and, in addition, indicates the severity of this virus on the most vulnerable groups. Outbreaks in nursing homes are in the sights of the Junta de Andalucía, they will prevent the elderly.

2,490 positive sum Andalusia in a single day, but drops by 220 hospitalized

One of lime and the other of sand the Andalusians have achieved this weekend. The best data today are the 220 hospitalized less. An amount that continues to mark the dynamics of previous days, with a considerable drop. For the fifth consecutive day, their care pressure due to the coronavirus is reduced, in total there are 2,727. Of these 501 are in an intensive care unit (ICU), eleven less than the day before and 27 less than on Wednesday when the highest number of the pandemic was recorded.

Continuing with current indicators, a necessary decrease is being reached in terms of the number of people admitted for coronavirus, which also translates into fewer infections and deaths. The virus seems to have started to slow down in this autonomous community that has been trying for weeks to find ways to stop the increase in cases. It is achieving this with a series of measures that are essential.

The other good data of the day, in addition to the decrease in hospitalized patients, is in the number of positive cases detected. Cases diagnosed in the last 24 hours are a total of 2,490, 934 less than the 3,424 positives the day before and 1,103 less than the 3,593 of last Sunday. A downward trend that seems to be being translated into real numbers that are applied to the different provinces that detect fewer and fewer cases by PCR. The virus does not affect all of Andalusia in the same way, Granada leads the increase in infections with 680. They are followed by Cádiz with 545, Seville with 398, Malaga with 262, Almería with 193, Huelva and Jaén with 161 each, and Córdoba with 90.

Seville is no longer the province with the most cases, giving way to Granada which is one of the areas most affected by the virus. It is also the first that has received the attention of the Junta de Andalucía with measures aimed at ending the increase in positives, the reduction in cases is remarkable, although it continues to lead the positives in this community. The fight against this pandemic continues stronger than ever to prevent more deaths, today 18 names will be added to the list of deaths.

The 18 deaths of this day are added after 50 were registered on Saturday, 55 on Friday, 49 on Thursday, 72 on Wednesday, 89 on Tuesday, 22 on Monday and 35 last Sunday. It is the lowest figure this week and it should be getting lower and lower. A good sign that indicates that Andalusia is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, at least today, the data referring to the coronavirus are increasingly encouraging.