The Andalusian region has registered, this Tuesday, 14 September, a total of 577 new coronavirus infections, some 73 more than Monday when 504 were registered, and 270 more than those reported seven days ago.
The Andalusian Institute of Cartography and Statistics (IECA), has also confirmed 21 coronavirus deaths, 14 more than 24 hours ago and one fewer than a week ago.
The cumulative incidence rate stands at 98.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, some 3.6 points less than on Monday, also 70.7 fewer than seven days ago, and means that the region is back at the levels of August 2020.
By provinces, Seville is the one with the most infections with 242, followed by Malaga with 89, Almeria and Cadiz with 62 each, Cordoba with 54, Granada with 36, Huelva with 18 and Jaén with 14.
As for the 21 deaths registered in the last 24 hours, 13 were added in Seville, three in Cadiz, two in Almeria, two in Malaga and one in Granada and one in Huelva. One death in Jaén has been subtracted due to an adjustment in the figures.