The Andalusian region has this Wednesday, 17 November, registered a total of 564 coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, a figure higher than the 487 infections on Tuesday and the 395 a week ago, while adding four coronavirus deaths.
According to the data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), the 14-day incidence rate has increased by 3.4 in 24 hours, and the disease is found in 52.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the highest figure since 28 September when a rate of 54.9 points was recorded, and it is also higher than the 38.4 of last week.
The 564 infections this Wednesday are notified after the 487 on Tuesday, 338 on Monday, 416 on Saturday, 439 on Friday, 467 on Thursday and the 395 of Wednesday, a week ago.
Malaga and Seville provinces have registered the most infections with 138 each, followed by Cadiz with 63, Cordoba (59), Huelva (52), Almeria (41), Granada (39) and Jaén with 34.
Regarding the four coronavirus deaths, two have been reported in Granada province and one each in Jaén and Malaga.