Monday’s figures

One week after the end of Easter, figures for the number of people infected over this period of mobility are beginning to be seen.

First of all, these are the figures for the towns along the Costa Tropical, of which only one is over the 500 mark; Gualchos/Castell.

Municipality

Cases in last 14 days Per 100,000
Albuñol

11

149.6

Almuñécar

66

254.6

Gualchos/Castell de Ferro

31

597.3

Motril

161

275.4

Salobreña

19

151.8

We’ve also composed a table of just those that are over 500 per 100,000 based on Monday’s figures, so that you can get an idea of how things are going.

This second table consists of 30 municipalities, which obviously represents a growth in the number of towns that have had their town limits closed, or in the case of over 1,000 infections, their nonessential businesses, too.

Curiously, Montejícar and Nigüelas both have had 27 cases in the last 14 days but the former has an infection percentage of 1,279.6 and the latter 2,278.5 – such is the difference that the total number of inhabitants make.

Municipality

14-day Infections

Per 100,000

Albuñuelas 7

872.8

Alhama de Granada 30

511.3

Benamaurel 22

973.5

Castril 15

742.6

Cijuela 46

1,347.0

Colomera 17

1,305.7

Cortes de Baza 12

650.8

Cúllar Vega 50

662.5

Darro 28

1,713.6

Dúrcal 69

970.3

Escúzar 13

1,643.5

Ferreira 6

1,993.4

Fuente Vaqueros 34

775.5

Gabias (Las) 124

575.6

Gójar 36

609.2

Gualchos 31

597.3

Huéscar 36

500.3

Íllora 97

963.7

Jun 25

648.8

Montejícar 27

1,279.6

Nigüelas 27

2,278.5

Orce 26

2,194.1

Pulianas 41

750.1

Salar 21

801.2

Santa Fe 79

519.0

Valderrubio 11

532.4

Valle (El) 7

771.8

Villa de Otura 45

644.5

Villamena 11

1,177.7

Zagra 8

904.0

(News: Granada, Andalucia)

  5 comments for “Monday’s figures

  1. April 14, 2021 at 10:27 am

    Valeria & Edwin: Glad to be of help 😉

  2. Valerie
    April 14, 2021 at 8:06 am

    We find your information very helpful . Thanks Martin..

  3. April 13, 2021 at 2:13 pm

    Robert: Well, you’re the first person since we began giving these figures last year that has demanded to know the number of deaths. Why do you think that “we need” to know how many deaths there have been? What about those that have recovered; is that no equally as important?

    We provide a summary so that people know what restrictions they can expect where they live; whether the town limits are closed or whether nonessential businesses are closed.

  4. Edwin Gazey
    April 13, 2021 at 11:38 am

    Like the information you keep us to date

  5. Robert Hide
    April 13, 2021 at 9:14 am

    What’s the point in only putting the numbers of cases, we need to know how many deaths there’s been.

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