Testing for the virus. File photograph. / RANCIS SILVA

Covid-19 incidence rate in Andalucía climbs 0.8 to 44.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants

The region has also added three coronavirus deaths, all of them in Malaga province

EUROPA PRESS

The Andalusian region has this Monday, 15 November, registered a total of 338 coronavirus infections in 48 hours, a figure lower than the 416 infections on Saturday and higher than the 290 a week ago.

Three Covid-19 deaths have also been added, more than the one recorded on Saturday the zero of last Monday.

According to the data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), the 14-day cumulative incidence rate has increased by 0.8 to stand at 44.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, higher than the 36.3 last Monday.

The 338 positive infections on Monday and Sunday are counted after the 416 on Saturday, 439 on Friday, 467 on Thursday, 395 on Wednesday, 289 on Tuesday and 290 last Monday and Sunday. Malaga is the province with the most positives with 87, followed by Huelva (57), Cadiz (55), Jaén (48), Seville (37), Almeria and Granada with 21 each, and Cordoba with 12.

The three coronavirus deaths are all registered in Malaga province.