Andalucía registers 25 coronavirus deaths, as the incidence rate continues to drop to 210.1

Testing for Covid-19.
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  • Some 1,229 new infections have been reported in the Junta de Andalucía's daily Covid-19 update

The Andalusian region has this Thursday, 2 September, registered a total of 1,229 new Covid infections, a rise of 277 compared to the day before but 873 fewer than those reported seven days ago.

The data from the Andalusian Institute of Cartography and Statistics (IECA), also adds 25 coronavirus deaths, ten more than Wednesday and two more than a week ago.

The region’s cumulative incidence rate stands at 210.1 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which is 17.6 down on the previous day and 79.4 fewer than seven days ago.

The 1,229 infections this Thursday are registered after the 949 on Wednesday, 980 on Tuesday, 1,359 on Monday and Sunday (48 hours), 1,514 on Saturday, the 1,698 positives on Friday and the 2,102 last Thursday.

By provinces, Seville continues as the one with the most new confirmed infections with 359, followed by Malaga with 183, Granada with 147, Cadiz with 141, Huelva with 133, Almeria with 95, Jaén with 87 and Cordoba with 84.

As for the 25 deaths registered in the last 24 hours, there were ten in Seville, eight in Malaga, three in Almería, two in Jaén and one each in Cadiz and Cordoba. Granada and Huelva are the provinces that have not registered any Covid-19 deaths in the last day.

There are 906 patients admitted to Andalusian hospitals this Thursday, a decrease of 46 compared to the previous day. In the case of intensive care unit patients there are 182 registered, six fewer than the day before and 35 down on the number published a week ago.