COVID-19: Machico concentration

Machico has 11 of 14 cases

Yesterday’s daily bulletin from the Institute of Health Administration IASAÚDE revealed, unusually, that Machico had recorded 11 of the 14 new positive cases recorded in the previous 24 hours. This, as JM rather obviously states, moves into the top position in the league table of municipalities.

The total number of cases in the Machico municipality also grew from 90 to 96, a completely opposite trend to all the other municipalities. There were 2 cases of infection recorded in Funchal and one in Câmara de Lobos. All of the cases reported yesterday were locally transmitted.

Recoveries run ahead of new cases

There was also 41 more recovered, leaving 310 currently active cases in the Region, of which 18 are imported cases and 292 are locally transmitted.

In the first nine days of April there has been a total of 171 new cases and 272 recoveries.

Update April 10:

Madeira today accounted for 26 more cases of COVID-19, the Regional Health Directorate said today. All cases are locally transmitted. There are 27 more recovered cases to report, adds the daily bulletin.

Update April 11:

Today Madeira recorded 24 more cases of COVID-19, according to the bulletin of the Regional Directorate of Health – one case imported from Austria and 23 cases of local transmission. There are 23 recoveries reported.

Update April 12:

Today sees 18 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection reported in the Region. These are 2 cases imported from France and 16 cases of local transmission. There is also an indication of a further 21 recovered cases. Madeira currently has 307 active cases, of which 15 are imported cases and 292 are of local transmission.

Update April 13:

According to the Regional Directorate of Health, Madeira currently registers 30 new cases of covid-19. These are 7 imported cases (2 from Poland and 5 from the Lisbon/Tagus Valley Region) and 23 cases of local transmission. 29 more recovered cases are reported.

To date, the region remains at a total of 71 deaths associated with COVID-19. There are 308 active cases, of which 20 are imported cases and 288 are locally transmitted.

Update April 14:

Today Madeira accounted for 20 new cases of infection with the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. These are two cases imported from Poland and 18 cases of local transmission. 14 more recovered cases are reported, with the Region now accounting for a total of 8,282 recovered cases.

There are now 314 active cases, of which 22 are imported cases and 292 are locally transmitted.

Update April 15:

Today there are 20 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection reported in Madeira. These are 3 imported cases (2 from Lithuania and 1 from Poland) and 17 cases of local transmission. There is also a record of 19 more recovered cases.

Update April 16:

The daily bulletin today announces 14 new positive cases in the previous 24 hours. One of these is imported from germay, with the reainder due to local transmission. !4 cases are also recovered.

Update April 17:

Madeira recorded 19 cases in the last 24 hours, according to the daily bulletin issued by the Regional Health Directorate on Saturday. These are 19 cases of local transmission. ” recovered cases are reported.

Update April 18:

This Sunday’s daily bulletin, issued by the Regional Health Directorate, reports 17 more cases and 16 recovered in the Region in the last 24 hours.

With the latest data, the archipelago now accumulates 8,737 positive cases, of which 8,351 have already been reported as recovered. At this time, 315 cases are active in the Region.

Update April 19:

Today sees 20 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection reported in Madeira, all of which are locally transmitted. There are also 23 more recovered cases.

Update April 20:

Madeira registers 17 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection, all of which are locally transmitted. There are still a further 48 recovered cases, with the Region currently accounting for 281 active cases, of which 21 are imported cases and 260 are locally transmitted.

The graphic below is from the Diario and shows the total number of active cases of COVID-19 each day over the last three weeks:

COVID-19 in Madeira: previous daily updates can be found on an earlier post.

Vaccinations in Madeira: updates can be found on an earlier post.

3 thoughts on “COVID-19: Machico concentration”

  1. I have eleven days holiday booked at the Porto Santa Maria for early September, hopefully by then things will be a whole lot better for all of us everywhere. I have my second covid vaccination on Friday 16 April. Overall things are looking good in Madeira and by September covid will be under control. Geoff Priddle

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