Andalucía teeters on the edge of the Covid-19 'low-risk' threshold

Coronavirus vaccination. File photograph.
Coronavirus vaccination. File photograph. / SUR
  • The region's coronavirus cumulative incidence rate stands at 51.5

The Andalusian region has, this Wednesday (29 September), registered a total of 321 new coronavirus infections, ten more than the 311 on Tuesday before but fewer than the 468 recorded on the same day seven days ago.

Data from the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalucía (IECA), also shows four Covid-19 deaths in the last day, lower than the eight on Tuesday and the 15 a week ago.

The region’s cumulative incidence rate stands at 51.5 per 100,000 inhabitants, falling by 3.4 in 24 hours and 13.7 in seven days.

The 321 cases this Wednesday are registered after the 311 on Tuesday, 362 on Monday, 425 on Saturday, 521 on Friday, 392 on Thursday and the 468 of last Wednesday.

Seville is again the province that has registered the most positives with 75, followed by Malaga with 67, Almeria (51), Huelva (43), Granada (25), Cadiz (23), Cordoba (21) and Jaén with 16.

Three deaths have been registered in Malaga province, Seville has added two and Granada one. The IECA has made an adjustment in the death count and Cadiz and Jaén have one less death than the day before.