The Andalusian region has, this Tuesday (5 October), registered a total of 218 new infections and 13 deaths from Covid, according to data from the Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA).
The coronavirus cumulative incidence rate stands at 40.9 per 100,000 inhabitants and the region continues at a low-risk level dropping 1.8 in 24 hours and 14 points in a week.
The 218 positives are registered after the 199 on Monday and Sunday, 246 on Saturday, 318 on Friday, 351 on Thursday, 321 on Wednesday and 311 last Tuesday.
Malaga is the province that registers the most new infections with a total of 63, followed by Seville with 45, Almeria with 39, Cadiz with 24, Granada with 15, Cordoba with 14, Jaén with eleven and Huelva with seven.
There are two more patients hospitalised in Andalucía for Covid-19 compared to Monday making a total of 287, although this figure represents a decrease of 91 compared to last week. There is one less patient in an intensive care unit in the last 24 hours making 84, some 21 fewer than the number notified seven days ago.
The 287 patients hospitalised for Covid is the lowest figure since 23 August 23, 2020 (267) and the 84 admitted to an ICU is the lowest since September 3 of the same year (78).