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Andalusia falls below a thousand infections and adds 17 deaths from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours

Today Andalusia has managed to lower the barrier of a thousand infections, one more step on this path towards the end of a fourth wave already very controlled. With 938 new cases, a notable decrease compared to the previous day, it manages to pass the figure of 1,000 that had become the goal to beat on this path towards the lowest possible number of infections. In addition, the incidence rate has also been lowered, which after more than 20 days in decline experienced a slight increase. Andalusia adds 938 cases and its Covid rate falls one point 📉 Evolution of #COVID ー 19 in # Andalucía in the last 24 hours . ✅ pic.twitter.com/0ZHc4YN9ZV – Junta de Andalucía (@AndaluciaJunta) May 18, 2021 The number of new coronavirus infections in Andalusia continues to decline. On this Tuesday, May 18, the figure has been lowered below 1,000 new positives. 938 people have been infected in the last 24 hours, a number that breaks this psychological barrier that was present. The 938 cases this Tuesday are registered after 1,497 on Monday and Sunday, 1,087 on Saturday, 1,602 on Friday, 1,306 on Thursday, 1,294 on Wednesday and 1,061 on Tuesday. By provinces, Seville is once again the one with the most positives with 315, followed by Malaga with 148, Granada with 117, Cádiz with 87, Almería with 79, Jaén with 78, Córdoba with 69 and Huelva with 45. new positives, the decrease in the Covid rate is added. The cumulative incidence rate of Andalusia drops nine tenths, to 169.1, after this Monday it increased to 170 from the 165.9 on Saturday, the day on which it registered a drop from the 171.6 on Friday when it increased after 23 days consecutive decreases. 17 deaths and more hospitalized by coronavirus in Andalusia🏥📈 Graph with the evolution of hospital admissions for #coronavirus in # Andalucía. #COVID ー 19 ✅ pic.twitter.com/sF0WNQJfqu – Junta de Andalucía (@AndaluciaJunta) May 18, 2021 A total of 17 people have lost their lives due to the coronavirus this Tuesday, May 18 in Andalusia. Not all provinces have suffered the loss of some of their inhabitants. There have been four deaths in Granada and Seville, respectively, three in Cádiz, two in Malaga, another two in Jaén and one in Almería and Huelva. Only Córdoba manages to keep the registry of deaths from coronavirus at 0. Andalusia registers a rise in hospitalized patients for the second consecutive day after five days of drops, standing at 1,053, 37 more than this Monday and 178 less than the same day last week. Those admitted to an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) fell by three to 276 after rebounding the day before after six days of decline. However, they are 46 less than a week ago.

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