Andalusia adds 1,319 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests this Monday, October 12, a higher number on Monday in the second wave of the pandemic and more than double that of last week (571), although eight fewer cases than the previous day According to data from the Ministry of Health and Families, which counts 14 deaths in 24 hours, eight more than the day before.
Thus, the positive cases exceed the 846 on Monday, September 28, the 812 on the 21st, the 645 on the 14th, the 661 on the 7th and those on August.
On the other hand, it involves chaining two days of decrease in cases, although slight, after the 1,327 on Sunday and the fifth consecutive record of confirmed in 24 hours with 2,044 being reached on Saturday, after the 1,997 on Friday, the 1,910 on the Thursday, 1,907 on Wednesday and 1,788 on Tuesday.
The province of Seville once again leads the daily increase in infections confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, with 388, followed by Granada with 327, Córdoba with 238, Malaga with 113, Cádiz with 98, Jaén with 78, Almería with 58 and Huelva with 19.
Malaga, with six deaths, is again the province that concentrates more deaths from Covid-19 this day in Andalusia, followed by Granada with three, Córdoba with two and Jaén, Cádiz and Almería with one. The rest of the provinces do not add deaths.
Andalusian hospitals have increased their healthcare pressure this Monday, October 12, with 1,084 patients admitted for coronavirus Covid-19, 80 more in 24 hours and 60 more than a week ago, and of which 162 are in an intensive care unit ( UCI) up to nine more than the day before and 15 more than seven days ago.