Almeria has seen the seventh wave of covid intensify since an unprecedented casuistry took place in the province during the pandemic. This was when intensive care units were evacuated from Almerian hospitals.
There were 600 cases of infection in the Ministry of Health and Families's part on Friday, July 1. The number of infections was 581 as of Tuesday, July 5. However, there are more because diagnostic tests are only available for the most vulnerable and self-diagnostic testing, which are the most common among the general population, are not included in the count. Each one is performed in their own privacy, without any knowledge from the health authorities.
However, the number of people admitted for the disease is close to 50, a figure not recorded since March. According to the Ministry of Health and Families data, 46 people are still in hospital in the province as of Tuesday. This is ten more than the 36 who were admitted last Friday. Only one of the 46 people in the province has had to be admitted to the Unit of Intensive Care. We regret seven deaths due to coronavirus and 1,255 Almerians have died since the outbreak.
As a result, the hospital pressure has risen slightly in the past week, as shown in the Health section. This is the report of the last three days, since it was stopped being published daily three months ago. At the end of June, there were 30 new admissions. This Tuesday saw 20. There are 244 people who have been treated, which means that most of those infected have recovered. Even most people who need health care are able to get it.
Andalusia has seen 5,582 coronavirus cases since Friday - 1,406 more than the three days before - of which 2,962 have been reported in older people. This brings the total number to 1,554,138. cases in Andalusia since then. The death toll is at 30.
Malaga has 165 hospitalized patients. Of these, twelve are in ICU. Seville is next with 129 and six. Huelva has 71 and one in ICU. Cadiz has 68. Jaen has 63. Nine in ICU. Cordoba has 61. Three in ICU. Almeria and 46. One in ICU.