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Almost 100,000 people in Malaga have beaten the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic

A young man undergoes a test for the disease.
A young man undergoes a test for the disease. / SUR
  • The cumulative incidence rate in the province has risen one point in a day with no Covid-19 deaths reported

With the 301 people reported to have beaten the coronavirus this Friday, 18 June, the Malaga province has registered almost 100,000 people who have overcome the disease since the start of the pandemic.

Specifically, the total number has risen to 99,920 which means that 94.57 per cent of the people who were infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Malaga have beaten the disease. The number in the Andalusian region is 577,011, once the 1,542 people who have received medical discharge in the last 24 hours is added.

The data was revealed on a day in which there have been no deaths from Covid in the Malaga province and just one throughout Andalucía.

The cumulative incidence rate in Malaga province stands at 157.2 positives per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days (a one-point increase compared to Thursday), while the region’s rate is 179.3 (1.7 points more than the day before). However, Andalucía’s incidence rate is almost double the Spanish average, which is 97 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

With the 267 infections this Friday, the province of Malaga has registered 103,780 cases since the start of the pandemic while in Andalucía 1,453 positives have been reported, bringing the total to 605,666.