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Andalucía adds nine Covid deaths in a day, and the incidence rate rises to 37.2

The number of hospital patients on the wards and in intensive care units in the region have also risen in the last 24 hours


A total of 289 new coronavirus infections in 24 hours have been reported in Andalucía this Tuesday, 9 November, along with nine deaths, the highest number since 15 October when the same number was counted.

According to data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), the region’s 14-day incidence rate has risen 0.9 in 24 hours and is found in 37.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, also higher than the 34.1 from last Tuesday.

The 289 new positives this Tuesday are counted after the 290 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), 363 on Saturday, 422 on Friday, 296 on Thursday, 169 on Wednesday and 190 last Tuesday.

Malaga is the province that registers the most infections with 76, followed by Cordoba with 61, Seville (38), Almeria (37), Cadiz (33), Granada (21), Huelva (13) and Jaén with ten.

Hospital patients

There has been a rise of eleven patients hospitalised for Covid-19, compared to Monday, to reach a total of 173, which also represents an increase of six compared last Tuesday. The number of patients admitted to an intensive care unit in the last day has also risen, by two, to 35.

This was announced by the Junta de Andalucía in a graphic posted on Twitter.