There are four times more patients with Covid-19 in Intensive Care Units in Malaga than two months ago.
APART from the increase in ICU admissions, the amount of hospitalised patients have doubled over the last two months. Spain’s Malaga reported 237 new infections and another death, with five more people hospitalised and three more in the ICU on Monday 26 October.
The latter figures are the most worrying in that the healthcare pressure due to Covid continues to rise in the province. As a comparison, on August 27 there were 110 patients in Malaga hospitals with coronavirus, of which eight were in the ICU. According to the latest report from the Ministry of Health and Families, there are currently 227 patients with the pathogen in the province, of which 35 require Intensive Care – 186 have been cured and released over the same two month period.
Sevilla and Granada are still top of the league regarding new infections and deaths with Sevilla alone reporting 26,700 positives for the disease.
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