The Andalusian Health Service notifies this Friday 202 more infections in the last 24 hours in Malaga. Nine have been registered deceased more from Thursday.
The cumulative incidence decreases slightly with 86 cases per one hundred thousand inhabitants in the capital of Malaga and 98 positive on average in the province.
Regarding healthcare pressure, there is 247 hospitalized (twenty less than the day before) and 38 remain in Intensive Care Units.
The number of recovered is close to 609.
Andalusia adds this Friday, March 12, 1,065 cases of coronavirus, second consecutive day above a thousand, according to data consulted by Europa Press of the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography (IECA), which has accounted for 37 deaths, similar to 36 on the day before and 35 on Wednesday, but lower than the 50 from seven days ago.
The cumulative incidence rate of autonomous community has fallen for the fourth consecutive day, although to a lesser extent than in the other days, and stands at 121.4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 0.2 points less than the rate of 121.6 the day before and 9.5 points below the rate of 130.9 last Friday.
The 1,065 positives of this day represent the second consecutive day with more than a thousand after the 1,095 of the day before and it is registered after four consecutive days below this figure with: 977 cases on Wednesday, 579 on Tuesday, 454 on Monday and 904 on Sunday. However, the contagions of this day They are lower than the 1,267 of last Friday and the 1,197 of Friday, February 26.
Seville is the province that has registered the most positive with 227, followed by Malaga with 202, Almería with 180, Granada with 166 and Cádiz with 102. Below the hundred are Córdoba with 92, Jaén with 68 and Huelva with 28.
The figure of 37 deaths this Friday is similar to that of the day before, with 36 deaths, and that of Wednesday, with 35, and is further from the 74 deaths on Tuesday. On this day, Seville has added ten deaths, Malaga nine, Granada five, Jaén and Córdoba four each, Huelva three and Cádiz two. Almería is the only province that has not counted deaths.
Andalusia registers 1,180 patients hospitalized for coronavirus, 81 less than on Thursday and 322 less what a week ago, of which 308 are in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), two less than the day before and 46 less than seven days ago.