The Andalusian region has this Wednesday, 22 September, registered a total of 468 new coronavirus infections, an increase of 176 cases in 24 hours but 160 fewer than last Wednesday.
Data from the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), also counts 15 deaths, five more than the day before and four more than a week ago.
The cumulative incidence rate for the region stands at 65.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, down some 3.8 in 24 hours, and 24.3 fewer than last Wednesday.
The 468 new positives this Wednesday are registered after the 292 on Tuesday - the lowest figure since 30 March, the 528 on Monday (48 hours), 474 on Saturday, 563 on Friday, 588 on Thursday and the 628 last Wednesday. By provinces, 117 infections were registered in Malaga, followed by 105 in Seville, 73 in Almeria, 53 in Cadiz, 38 in Granada, 34 in Huelva, 29 in Cordoba and 19 in Jaén.
As for the 15 deaths, six were recorded in Seville, five in Malaga and one, each, in Almeria, Cordoba, Granada and Jaén. Cadiz and Huelva are the provinces that have not registered any deaths this Wednesday.