The Junta de Andalucía has this Wednesday, 25 August, recorded a total of 1,760 new cases of coronavirus, some 149 fewer in 24 hours but 634 more than the number reported seven days ago.
The data, provided by the region's Ministry of Health, has also registered 16 deaths, 37 fewer than the day before.
The cumulative incidence rate of the region has dropped 21.7 compared to Tuesday to stand at 307.1, a decrease of 112 compared to the rate published a week ago, and the lowest figure in more than a month since the 298.1 on 13 July.
The 1,760 positives are registered after the 1,909 on Tuesday, 2,377 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), 2,623 on Saturday, 2,651 on Friday, 2,301 on Thursday and the 1,126 last Wednesday.
By provinces, Seville continues as the one with the most cases with 440, followed by Malaga with 352, Cadiz with 229, Granada with 184, Huelva with 165, Jaén and Almeria with 132 each and Cordoba with 126.
As for the 16 deaths registered in the last 24 hours, there were six in Seville, four in Malaga, two in Jaén and one each in Almeria, Cadiz, Granada and Huelva.