Zero coronavirus deaths recorded in Malaga as another 463 patients in the province recover

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  • The health authorities have reported 211 new positives cases, some 65 more than Tuesday - although the incidence rate has hardly changed

Covid-19 continues to be transmitted among the population in Malaga province and, although the rate of spread is lower than a few weeks ago, the incidence rate has not registered a drop.

This Wednesday (26 May), there has been an increase in new Covid-19 infections in the province and the Junta de Andalucía has confirmed 211 positives, 65 more than those notified this Tuesday.

These 211 infections in Malaga make a total of 98,796 since the start of the pandemic. The increase in cases has also happened in Andalucía as a whole, with the region going from 1,011 to 1,264. The total number of positive cases in Andalucía now stands at 577,425.

There have been no coronavirus deaths in Malaga province in the last 24 hours, although in the Andalusian region, eight deaths have been confirmed, bringing the total number of Covid-19 deaths to 10,009.

The cumulative incidence rate has hardly changed in Malaga and stands at 125.9 infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days (four tenths more than the day before). The Andalusian average is 164.2 (half a point less than yesterday).

In Malaga 463 people have reported to have overcome the disease in the last day, making a total of 95,091 for the province, and in the Andalusian region 2,396 recoveries have been added, raising the number to 544,873 since the start of the pandemic.