Andalucía records 1,256 coronavirus cases, 58 deaths and lowers the incidence rate to 215.2

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  • Cadiz, Malaga and Seville are the provinces that have registered the most deaths in the daily data from the Junta

The Andalusian region has added 1,256 new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus this Thursday (25 February), a figure slightly down on the 1,311 of Wednesday, according to official figures from the Junta de Andalucía.

Another 58 deaths have been recorded in the latest 24-hour period, down from the 93 registered the day before.

The cumulative incidence rate in region fell again this Thursday to 215.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, which is 19.9 points down on Wednesday (235.1) and 157 points fewer than seven days ago (372.2).

The 58 deaths are the lowest figure in the last three days after 93 on Wednesday and 100 on Tuesday but they do exceed the 11 on Monday and 39 on Sunday.

Cadiz, Malaga and Seville are the provinces that have seen the most deaths, with 16, 13 and 12, respectively. Below a dozen deaths are Cordoba with six, Almeria with five and Jaén and Granada with three each, while Huelva did not add any deaths.

The 1,256 positive coronavirus cases are slightly lower than the 1,311 on Wednesday, but double the 634 on Tuesday and 650 on Monday and exceed the 1,220 on Sunday. Seville is once again the province that registers the most infections, with 267, followed by Malaga with 242, Granada with 194, Almeria with 191, Cadiz with 164, Cordoba with 83, Huelva with 59 and Jaén with 56.