Andalucía has added 4,286 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours this Monday, 1 February. That is 210 less than last Monday and significantly lower than the data of the previous three days, in which more than 7,000 daily positives have been registered, according to data from Junta's Ministry of Health.
The region has also recorded 38 deaths, up from the 22 on Sunday but fewer than the 45 of seven days ago.
In addition, the cumulative incidence rate in Andalucía has risen again this Monday to 952.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, which is 61 points more than that registered on Friday which was 891.2. The rate is not updated at weekends.
Andalucía has reported 4,286 cases this Monday after 7,892 were added on Sunday and 7,899 on Saturday - the record for the pandemic - and 7,759 on Friday.
Malaga province has added the most cases with 892, followed by Seville with 864, Cadiz with 768, Almeria (596), Cordoba with 415, Granada with 254, and Jaén and Huelva both with 248.
Regarding deaths, Cádiz province has recorded ten, followed by Malaga with nine, Seville with seven, Cordoba with five, Almeria with four and Jaén, Huelva and Granada with one each.
There are now 4,783 people hospitalised in the region with Covid-19, after adding 214 people in one day, the highest figure since last Tuesday (228). There are 692 are in an Intensive Care Unit, eight more than the day before.