12 Oct, 2020 @ 16:41
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Spain’s Andalucia registers 1,319 COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths Monday

Andalucia Monday Figures

ANDALUCIA registered 1,319 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and 14 deaths.

It brings the total caseload in the region since the pandemic began to 80,304, while the death toll now stands at 2,039.

Sevilla once again counted the most cases in the past 24 hours, with 388.

It was followed by Granada with 328, Cordoba 238, Malaga 113, Cadiz 98, Jaen 78, Almeria 58 and Huelva with 19.

Malaga saw the most deaths over the same period, counting six, followed by Granada with three, Cordoba with two and Jaen, Cadiz and Almeria with one each.

According the figures released by the Junta, there are currently 1,084 patients admitted with the virus in Andalucia, of which 162 are in intensive care.

The number of people in hospital with the virus is 80 more than yesterday and 60 more than a week ago.

The ICU numbers are up by nine on yesterday and represent 15 more than seven days ago.

Sevilla has the most hospitalisations, counting 310, with 42 in the ICU.

Granada follows with 165 patients (19 in ICUs) while Malaga has the third-highest hospital figures with 150 admitted (23 in ICUs).

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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