A total of 392 new coronavirus infections have been registered in Andalucía this Thursday, 23 September, better data than the 468 cases on Wednesday and the 588 of seven days ago.
The Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA) has also added seven deaths, compared to 15 the day before and the 12 of last week.
The region’s cumulative incidence rate stands at 63 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, down 2.2 in 24 hours, and 20.5 points fewer than last Wednesday.
The 392 cases this Thursday are registered after the 468 on Wednesday, 292 on Tuesday - the lowest figure since 30 March, the 528 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), 474 on Saturday, 563 on Friday and 588 last Thursday.
By provinces, there are 90 new infections in Malaga, 76 in Seville, 72 in Almeria, 51 in Cadiz, 42 in Granada, 36 in Huelva, 17 in Cordoba and eight in Jaén.
Regarding the deaths, five have been registered in Seville, two in Jaén and one in Malaga. Due to an adjustment in the data, the IECA has subtracted one death from Wednesday’s figure in Cadiz province.