More than 100 coronavirus deaths recorded for the third day in a row in Andalucía

The cumulative incidence rate for the virus in Andalucía has dropped to 631.3. File photograph.
The cumulative incidence rate for the virus in Andalucía has dropped to 631.3. File photograph. / SUR
  • The 3,506 positive Covid-19 tests registered this Thursday is the highest figure of the week so far

The Junta de Andalucía has confirmed 104 deaths from Covid-19 this Thursday, 11 February - the third consecutive day with more than one hundred deaths following the 114 on Wednesday and 126 on Tuesday.

The regional government’s Ministry of Health has also recorded 3,506 infections in the last 24 hours, higher than the 2,971 on Wednesday but notably lower than the 6,733 cases seven days ago.

In addition, the cumulative incidence rate in Andalucía has dropped to 631.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, which is 49.5 points down on Wednesday and 251.6 fewer than a week ago.


The 104 deaths are lower than the 114 on Wednesday and the 126 on Tuesday - the worst daily figure of the pandemic – but above the 53 on Monday, 28 on Sunday and 102 on Saturday and higher than the 70 deaths last Thursday.

Malaga is again the province with the highest death toll with 25, followed by Seville with 23, Cadiz with 20, Cordoba with eleven, Granada with ten, Jaén with nine, Almeria with five and Huelva with one.

The 3,506 new Covid-19 positives represents the highest figure so far this week after the 2,971 infections detected on Wednesday, 1,997 on Tuesday and 2,902 on Monday, but they are lower than the 3,685 on Sunday, 4,886 on Saturday, 5,150 of Friday and 6,733 last Thursday.

Seville is again the province that adds the most confirmed cases with 863, followed by Cadiz with 743, Malaga with 619, Almeria with 379, Granada with 346, Cordoba with 206, Huelva with 176 and Jaén with 174.

Andalusian hospitals have seen a 202 drop in the number of people hospitalised with the coronavirus for the second consecutive day with 4,072 admitted. Of those, 724 are in an intensive care unit - four more than on Wednesday.