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Andalucía's incidence rate drops slightly to 34.1, on a day without Covid-19 deaths

The region has registered 190 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, and the number of people hospitalised has risen by 15


The coronavirus cumulative incidence rate in Andalucía has decreased slightly in the last 24 hours dropping by 0.3 to 34.1 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, this Tuesday, 2 November. However, it remains higher than the 32 of last Tuesday.

The region has also registered 190 new cases of Covid-19 in the latest daily update, lower than the 274 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), 261 on Saturday, 338 on Friday, 270 on Thursday, 262 on Wednesday and the 242 last Tuesday.

No coronavirus deaths have been reported, something that has not happened since 13 October.

Malaga is the province that has registered the most new infections with 74, followed by Almeria with 31, Cordoba (21), Seville (19), Cadiz (15), Granada (14), Huelva with nine and Jaén with seven.

There has been an increase in the number of people hospitalised for coronavirus in the region, with 15 new patients being admitted. In total, there are 167 people in Andalusian hospitals, which represents a decrease of eleven in the inter-weekly comparison. The number of patients admitted to an intensive care unit has fallen by two to 40, two fewer than those notified seven days ago.