COVID-19 cases in Malaga have begun to reduce in recent weeks.
The updated health data released on Monday brings the number of new infections down to 64, the lowest figure in the last three months.
December 9 of last year was the previous date to register a lower number of positive cases. On that day 32 new infections were recorded.
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The numbers reflect the favourable trend that the health crisis has been showing in recent weeks.
Regrettably, two coronavirus-related deaths were registered yesterday, bringing the total number of deaths in Malaga since the start of the pandemic to 1,450. No deaths were reported on Sunday.
In terms of hospitalisations, 280 people were admitted on Monday to hospitals in the province, two more than on Sunday. Meanwhile, the number of patients admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) in Malaga has declined, 45 down from 49 on Sunday.
Additionally, in contrast to the decline in numbers of people with COVID-19, the number of cured patients is on the rise.
The total number of people cured in Malaga now stands at 59,090.