Andalucía lowers its coronavirus incidence rate for the sixth day to 565.6

A Malaga hospital.
A Malaga hospital. / ÑITO SALAS
  • The region has added ten deaths and 4,184 positive Covid-19 infections in the last 48 hours

The Andalusian region has registered a total of 4,184 new cases of coronavirus in the combined data for this Monday, 9 August and Sunday, 8 August, fewer than the 4,467 of the same day last week.

According to data from the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalucía (IECA), the ten deaths follow the fourteen on Saturday.

The region’s cumulative incidence rate has dropped for the sixth time after 33 days of consecutive increases and stands at 565.6 per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, some 10.8 points less in 48 hours and 18.7 points less in a week.

The 4,184 coronavirus positives this Monday and Sunday are recorded after the 4,360 on Saturday, 4,651 on Friday, 4,496 on Thursday, 3,655 on Wednesday, 4,459 on Tuesday and the 4,467 last Monday and Sunday.

By provinces, Malaga is the one with the most new Covid-19 cases, with 990, followed by Seville with 839, Cadiz with 540, Jaén with 425, Granada with 361, Huelva with 382, Cordoba with 325 and Almeria with 322.

As for the ten deaths, four were registered in Malaga, three in Cordoba, one each in Jaén, Cadiz and Almeria provinces.