The Andalusian region has recorded this Thursday, 9 September, a total of 699 new coronavirus infections - the lowest figure since 30 March when 138 positives were counted.
It is eleven more than Wednesday and 530 fewer than those registered seven days ago, according to data from the Institute of Cartography and Statistics of Andalucía.
The IECA has also reported eleven Covid-19 deaths in the last 24 hours, some 16 fewer than the day before and 14 down on a week ago.
The cumulative incidence rate stands at 126.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, so the region is back at March levels - with a rate on the 26th of that month of 124.6. It is down 12.4 compared to Wednesday and 83.3 fewer less than seven days ago.
The 699 positives this Thursday are registered after the 680 positives on Wednesday, 307 on Tuesday, 1,298 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), the 895 infections on Saturday, 1,095 on Friday and the 1,229 of last Thursday.
By provinces, Malaga is the one that registers the most infections, with 156, followed by Seville with 148, Cadiz with 92, Granada with 89, Almeria with 77, Huelva with 52, Cordoba with 47 and Jaén with 38.
As for the eleven deaths registered in the last 24 hours, there were five in Granada, two each in Cadiz and Malaga, and one each in Almeria and Cordoba.