A total of 290 new coronavirus infections have been recorded in the last 48 hours in the Andalusian region, according to data released this Monday, 8 November.
No Covid-19 deaths were added, following the two reported on Saturday.
According to the figures from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), the 14-day incidence rate remains unchanged in 48 hours and stands at 36.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, higher than 34.4 points registered last Monday.
The 290 cases this Monday and Sunday are counted after the 363 on Saturday, 422 on Friday, 296 on Thursday, 169 on Wednesday, 190 on Tuesday and 274 last Monday and Sunday (48 hours).
Malaga is the province that registers the most infections with 109, followed by Seville with 40, Huelva and Almeria with 32 each, Jaén (25), Cordoba (18), and Cadiz and Granada with 17 each.
There are six Covid patients fewer in hospital compared to Saturday, making a total of 162, which represents an increase of ten in the weekly comparison. The number of patients admitted to an intensive care unit has risen by one to 33, some nine less than last Monday.