Coronavirus Confirmed Cases

Confirmed Cases in Andalucia

Updated statistics

There have been 17.572 positive tests in Andalucia, up 11 on day before and up 139 on last week. Within this number 4.813 people had tested positive to Coronavirus antibodies but did not have any symptoms at the time of the test. Ministry of Sanidad in Madrid excludes these 'quick anti-body tests' carried out in Andalucia and records there are 12.759 confirmed cases in Andalucia.

There have been 1.423 deaths in Andalucia, up 1 on previous day and up 9 on previous week. Confirmed cases that required hospital admission in Andalucia total 6.285, down 1 on previous day and up 34 on previous week. Confirmed cases that required intensive care admission in Andalucia number 770, up 1 on previous day and up 2 on previous week. 

Spain now totals 240.978 confirmed Coronavirus cases up 177 on the previous day. Spain total 27.134 deaths, 52 in the last seven days. Spain data above released 05-06-2020 19.00 hrs compiled with info received from Junta de Andalucia with cut-off 00.00 hrs previous night. 

The Costa del Sol (health district) has recorded 1.054 confirmed cases, of which 24 were in the last 14 days.  Costa del Sol (health district) has recorded 45 deaths of which 5 were since Saturday 09-05-2020. Costa del Sol data published evening of 05-06-2020. 

Estepona, Marbella, Mijas and Fuengirola have recorded 109, 412, 88 and 91 cases respectively since the beginning of the pandemic of which 2, 8, 4 and 1 were in the last 14 days. Estepona, Marbella, Mijas and Fuengirola, have recorded  5, 15, 4, and 3 deaths respectively. 

Up to date statistics can be seen from the graphs on Confirmed cases, Hospitalised cases, Coronavirus Deaths and the excellent Financial Times tracking. Read some good news stories. 

Since 10-04-2020 Andalucia has published Confirmed Cases, Deaths and Patients Cured for all the 33 primary Health Districts (as opposed to just 8 provinces. This info can be seen here.

Up to date statistics can be seen from the graphs on Confirmed cases, Hospitalised cases, Coronavirus Deaths and the excelent Financial Times tracking. Read some good news stories

Since 10-04-2020 Andalucia has published Confirmed Cases, Deaths and Patients Cured for all the 33 primary Health Districts (as opposed to just 8 provinces. This info can be seen here.

The trend for Andalucia can be seen from the graphs on this page and on Hospitalised cases page, Coronavirus Deaths pages. For international positioning check the Financial Times tracking. Don't forget to read some good news stories. 

 

 

Provinces table

Table below shows the confirmed cases, hospitalisation, intensive care, and died by the 8 Andalucia provinces.

Province Cases
 tested
 positive
Required
hospital
Required
 Intensive
 Care
 
Died *IA(14d)

Almeria

793

244

41 54 4

Cadiz 

1.584

587

82 159 36

Cordoba

1.748

561

76 117 25

Granada

3.264

1.204

133 287 5

Huelva

531

221

30 48 1

Jaen

1.951

769

90 184 7

Malaga 

4.547

1.491

168 287 8

Seville

3.154

1.208

150 287 4
Total 17.572 6.285 770 1.423 26

Source: Junta de Andalucia. Data to 05-06-2020 to 12.00 hrs.
IA(14d) Number of Confimed Cases in last 14 days per 100.000 population.

R(t) rate for Andalucia creeping up again. Source: Centro Nacional de Epidemiología Carlos III

R(t) rate for Andalucia creeping up again. Source: Centro Nacional de Epidemiología Carlos III

Confirmed Cases by Andalucia Health District

Andalucia has 33 primary health care districts. That is four or five in every province. On the 10-04-2020 the regional government finally followed the example of other regions by publishing Coronavirus statistics in more detail. Charts below shows the confirmed cases on the date shown and the total for the pandemic by the 33 Andalucia Health districts sorted by running west to east along the coast of Andalucia and then inland. Data reported the following day.

Total confirmed cases by Andalucia health district (see chart below) reveal the highest numbers of cases in Malaga city (includes Torremolinos) and Seville city and Granada city. These are followed by Cordoba city, Jaen city, Cadiz city and Jerez. Least cases are Huelva city and Almeria city. Other notably high health districts are metropolitan Granada and La Vega to west, Aljarafe to west of seville and Costa del Sol (Benalmadena to Estepona).

Confirmed cases by Andalucia health district over last 14 days per population below (see chart below) reveal a different picture. Highest rates in cities of Malaga, Granada and Jaen, and in some rural districts Serrania de Ronda, Jaen North, Granada Metro and La Vega. Lowest rates are in Huelva city (Condado-Campiña) and in some rural districts; Almeria East and Almeria West, Guadalquivir (Cordoba), Granada Northeast, Jaen West and Jaen South. Find a detailed description of Andalucia Health Districts with map.

Compare the rates in the Andalucia health district with the other provinces and regions. Andalucia rate is 24 and the Spain rate is 95. In general these rates are dropping slowly each day.

Note on data source: We have recorded the confirmed cases by Andalucia health district each day since they were first published and calculated the Ministry of Salud AI(14d) metric. This gives a better indication of trends as it is a rolling 'last 14 day new case' count thus less susceptible to individual day's variations. We have the divided the cases by the population of each district, which allows us to compare the different Andalucia health district against the Spanish and Regional AI(14d) published by the Ministry of Salud each day.

 

 

Spanish regions are not equal

Andalucia is one of the better placed of the Spain's 17 regions. In a metric; IA(14d) which is 'cases in last 14 days per 100.000 population' Andalucia with 18.75 (28-04-2020 Ministry of Sanidad) or 37 (Junta de Andalucia including asymptomatic positive tests 27-04-2020) one of the least inflicted region in Spain. Its predominantly rural demographics have helped. On the IA(14d) metric Andalucia and neighbouring Murcia are generally behind Canary Islands and North African cities Ceuta and Melilla. In last week Murcia has dropped to single figures, Baleares, Extremadura and Valencia are also among in the lowest. See Confirmed cases  On 14-04-2020 the AEMET (Spanish Met Office) wrote a blog reporting the correlation between regional average temperature and confirmed cases.  See AEMET blog  We wonder if this is really due to weather or communication to islands, or more remote regions, or more rural and less industrial south or a mixture of all.

We have calculated the IA(14d) for the eight Andalucia provinces and added it to the table and chart above so that you can see the relative position of the provinces and regions.

 

Cases by coastal Municipalities of Andalucia

Cases by coastal Municipalities. Data released for the first time on 27-04-2020. Click on source link on chart to see cases for all municipalities.

 

Cases last week by coastal Municipalities. Data released for the first time on 27-04-2020 and published by Junta de Andalucia on a daily basis each afternoon. Previous days data is not published for some reason and has to be recorded by users if they want to make a comparison. We have taken data for Sunday 03-05-2020 and deducted 26-04-2020, Click on source link on chart to see cases for all municipalities.

 

 

 

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