By Tony Winterburn •
Published: 24 Oct 2020 • 15:43
Andalusia has added 3,378 more COVID-19 cases with more than half in Granada and Seville, and 30 deaths in the last 24 hours.
Seville has registered eleven deaths and Granada, Jaén and Malaga each reported six deaths. Saturday’s total represents the third-highest number of infections in the second wave, only surpassed by 3,503 on Friday and 3,442 last Wednesday. Granada with 892 and Seville with 891 are the provinces with the most infections – both registered figures slightly higher than the previous day.
Almería, Cádiz and Huelva have not reported any deaths so far on Saturday 24 October. The number of people admitted to hospitals in the region due to COVID has increased by 632 in the last week. Andalusian hospitals have again registered an increase for the sixth consecutive day, with 1,949 patients admitted for Covid-19, 155 more over the last 24 hours. 226 people are in an intensive care unit (ICU), seven more than Friday- 44 more than a week ago.
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