COVID-19 : Andalusia reduces its rate by more than 40% in a week the day it reaches 8,000 deaths from Covid

The third wave or tsunami caused by the coronavirus is beginning to return to the sea, revealing all the destruction caused in Andalusia. If it has reached 8,000 deaths, this second and especially the third wave, have caused more deaths than the first, despite the measures decreed to prevent infections. This virus is totally unstoppable, the new strains and the impossibility of finding effective measures that can stop the coronavirus have caused everyone to fight this pandemic with the same tools. Andalusia has managed to reduce its rate by more than 40% in one week.

Andalusia exceeds 8,000 deaths after adding 69 in a single day

The wave of destruction of the coronavirus has broken 8,000 Andalusian families. Some of them have lost more than one limb to this disease. The coronavirus remains one of the most unknown infectious diseases, the inability to know how it is spread makes it almost impossible for it to stop. The only way to lower the indicators is to stay at home.

The mobility restrictions, added to the curfew, have prevented more infections and have reduced the indicators. But their way of acting is still not very well known, some of the new infections will be asymptomatic and others will need medical assistance and will even end up dying. In the last 24 hours a total of 69 people have died as a result of this virus.

The 69 deaths of this day are lower than the 83 of Thursdays, 77 on Wednesday and 113 on Tuesday, but they are higher than 38 on Monday and 44 on Sunday. The deaths registered this Friday are notably lower than the 127 seven days ago, when the worst data of the pandemic was recorded. Seville is the province with the most deaths with 18, followed by Cádiz with 15, Granada with 14, Malaga with twelve, Huelva with four, Almería with three, Córdoba with two and Jaén with one.

2,293 new Covid-19 cases in Andalusia

Infections continue to be registered in the thousands, but with a much lower figure than days in the past. The 2,293 positives this Friday represent the highest daily figure so far this week, but they are somewhat lower than the 3,097 of last Friday. In between, 1,803 infections were added on Thursday, 1,788 on Wednesday, 972 on Tuesday, the lowest figure in a month and a half, 1,187 on Monday, 2,090 on Sunday and 2,796 on Saturday.

The measures decreed by the Junta de Andalucía are beginning to bear fruit. On this day, Seville and Malaga are the provinces that add the most cases, with 523 and 510, respectively. Below 500 infections are Cádiz with 456, Granada with 272, Almería with 227, Córdoba with 142, Jaén with 114 and Huelva with 49. The figures are clearly lower than those of days gone by. of the tunnel of this pandemic.

Andalusia increases two admissions to ICU after seven days with decreases

Andalusian hospitals are beginning to see how fewer and fewer patients with coronavirus. Discharges and lack of income are the most visible sign that the spread of this virus throughout the territory is slowing down. Beyond the number of infections, the data that worries the most, in addition to the deceased, are hospital admissions.

Hospitals collapse before the arrival of new patients who need to be treated urgently. The rest of the ailments have gone into the background as a result of this pandemic. The fact that many patients are discharged will allow a return to normality in terms of continuing to schedule visits and operations that have been waiting for the danger to be less.

The 2,746 hospitalized this Friday 2,234 people are below the peak of the third wave reached on February 2 (4,980) and 732 below that registered in the second on November 10 (3,478). The 626 ICU patients are 109 fewer than the 735 on Sunday, February 7, when the peak of the third wave was recorded. They still exceed the maximum reached in the second wave on November 18 (528) with a difference of 98 and even more than the peak of the first wave on March 30 (439), with a difference of 187.

The third wave is being less destructive, but you cannot let your guard down yet. There are too many infections, thousands of new positives and people who need medical assistance. It is early to claim victory, but the numbers are still favorable. The cumulative incidence rate in Andalusia has dropped this Friday to 341.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, which is 31 points lower than that recorded on Thursday (372.2) and 241.5 points less than seven days ago (583.7).