Confirmed Cases in Andalucia
The number of positive Coronavirus tests and hospital admissions in Andalucia had decreased in the first half of December with a low-point on Christmas Day. Since then there has been a distinct upturn, now known as the third wave, in the number of positive tests and the number of hospital admissions, repeating the usual pattern of following by a week.
If you are going to look at one graph then the 7-day rolling total (which smoothes out the daily reporting anomalies) of Andalucia cases and hospital admissions is the one.
Andalucia has returned to reporting less cases (per 100.000 population) than most other regions. All regions are currently increasing. . The number of daily cases reported (6670) on 15-01-2021 is greater than the maximum number repoorted during the second wave. (5798) 05-11-2020.
The number of positive Coronavirus tests in last seven days in Andalucia was 25.832 those with symptoms numbered 2.404. In the last fourteen days positive test were 39.087 and those with symptoms numbered 10.255. Cases every day since March are shown on the graph. There been have been a total of 310.705 positive tests in Andalucia since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The number of tests carried out in the last week was 119.588. (It had risen to 152.000 by early December then fell to 78.000 in early January). The number of tests proving positive has risen to 20% (It dropped from 20% in November to 8% at Christmas) Data 11-01-2021
Confirmed cases that required hospital admission in Andalucia in the last seven days number 711, the total admissions for the pandemic is 24.994 Confirmed cases that required intensive care admission in Andalucia in last seven days was 37 the total for the pandemic is 2.497.
The number of Coronavirus patients currently in Andalucia hospitals is 2.170 of which 339 are currently in intensive care. As reported by Ministerio de Sanidad 15-01-2021. The second wave peak was recorded on the 10-11-2020 when there were 3.478 Coronavirus patients in Andalucia hospitals of which 460 were in intensive care. The first wave peak was recorded on 30-03-2020 where 2.709 people were hospitalised with Coronavirus of these 438 in intensive care.
There have been 75 deaths in Andalucia in last seven days. The total for the pandemic is 5.473.
The number of cases diagnosed in the last 14 days per 100,000 populations in Spain is now 575 (second wave peak was 595). In Andalucia it is now 463 (second wave peak 580 and a Christmas low of 135. See updated chart of case rates for all 17 regions at the foot of our Confirmed Cases page.
The number of cases in Andalucia (since May) that have been identified as 'imported from another country' is 1.015, of which 15 were in the seven days to 14-01-2021. This figure includes all methods of transport from Aeroplanes to 'pateras'.
Andalucia data above was published on 15-01-2021. Spain data on 15-01-2021.
The confirmed cases, hospitalisation, intensive care, and died by the 8 Andalucia provinces can be seen on the Confirmed Cases page.
Costa del Sol
Costa del Sol (health district) has recorded 1.507 cases in the last week, and 2.279 in last fourteen days. Total of 15.279 positive tests since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Confirmed cases that required hospital admission in Costa del Sol (health district) in the last week number 51, the total admissions for the pandemic is 1.169. Confirmed cases that required intensive care admission in Costa del Sol in last week was 0, the total for the pandemic is 94.
Costa del Sol (health district) has recorded 210 deaths, 4 in the last week.
Costa del Sol data above was published on 15-01-2021.
There are only 19 municipalities in Andalucia (out of 785) whose residents have not recorded a single case. Updated 16-01-2021. They are all small inland villages. This list has been quite stable for the last three weeks although 4 municipalities had their first cases in the last week and are not now included. There are many more that have not recorded a case in the last 14 days.
No municipality in Cádiz province has not recorded any cases.
The following municipalities in Almeria province have not recorded any cases:
Alcudia de Monteagud, Alicún, Benitagla, Lucainena de las Torres, Senes, Velefique, Chercos, Laroya, Suflí, Paterna del Río.
No municipality in Cordoba province has not recorded any cases.
The following municipalities in Granada province have not recorded any cases: Cástaras, Lobras.
The following municipality of Sevilla province has not recorded any cases:
The problem with making comparisons is that the testing being carried out currently is much more widespread than that at the beginning of the pandemic. Hospital admissions makes a better comparison.