2 Oct, 2020 @ 16:16
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Spain’s Andalucia records 1,396 COVID-19 cases Friday and 22 deaths


ANDALUCIA has recorded 1,396 COVID-19 cases Friday, 93 more than yesterday.

Meanwhile, according to the Junta, the southernmost region has recorded 22 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, three more than Thursday.

Cordoba registered the most deaths counting seven, followed by Cadiz, Malaga and Sevilla, all recording four and Almeria and Jaen, which counted two and one respectively.

In terms of cases, Sevilla registered the lion’s share with 463 positive results in the past 24 hours.

It was followed by Granada with 292, Malaga with 157, Cordoba 149, Cadiz 122, Jaen 106, Almeria 67 and Huelva 40.

The total number of confirmed cases by PCR in Andalucia since the start of the pandemic is now 64,774, with 1,883 deaths.

Of these, 14,263 have been detected in the past two weeks and 6,097 in the past seven days.

Meanwhile a total of 32,016 people have overcome the virus in Andalucia since the pandemic began.

Elsewhere, the total number of hospitalisations has fallen for the third consecutive day to 1,021, 22 less than yesterday.

However of these some 165 are in intensive care units, representing 11 more than yesterday, while both figures are slightly higher than they were a week ago.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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