Region of Murcia registers 12 covid deaths in 24 hours

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THE Region of Murcia registers 12 covid deaths in 24 hours with 708 new positive cases being recorded.

New figures, published on Sunday, November 1, show that of the 708 new cases, 211 have been detected in the municipality of Murcia and 64 in Cartagena with 12 people tragically losing their lives.
Of the 12 covid deaths registered, six were men and the other six were women.
Five of them were from the Murcia, two were from Águilas, two from Moratalla and the other deceased from Totana, Las Torres de Cotillas and Cartagena.
Sadly, with the latest figures, Covid-19 deaths in the Murcian community now amount to 338, with 100 patients currently in intensive care, reinforcing the need for further restrictions.
The statistics from Salud show 532 are currently in general hospital and positive COVID cases in the region since the beginning of the pandemic have reached 38,212.
Breakdown of the 708 cases:

  • 211 – municipality of Murcia
  • 64 – Cartagena
  • 37 – Totana
  • 34 – Jumilla
  • 33 – Molina de Segura
  • 32 – Lorca
  • 27 – Alcantarilla
  • 26 – Torre Pacheco
  • 22 – Cieza
  • 18 – Fuente Álamo & Las Torres de Cotillas
  • 17 – Archena
  • 14 – Alhama de Murcia, Caravaca de la Cruz & Cehegín
  • 12 – Águilas & Yecla
  • 11 – Alguazas & San Javier
  • 9 – Ceutí
  • 8 – Moratalla
  • 7 – Mazarrón
  • 6 – Los Alcázares

The rest are distributed among various locations.

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