For Andalusia, 1,012 positive tests were reported yesterday. The 14-day incidence has fallen from 238 to 207 positives per 100,000 population since 27 April. The 7-day incidence has dropped from 103 to 86 positives per 100,000 population in the past seven days.
In terms of hospital occupancy by patients with Covid-19 in Andalusia, this decreased from 1,464 to 1,347 patients on a weekly basis. In the same period, however, the occupancy of intensive care beds increased from 334 to 347.
Meanwhile, 11 per cent of citizens in Andalusia have been immunised by double dose to date. The previous week, this figure was 8.76 per cent. Meanwhile, 24.5 per cent of citizens have received a first dose. Seven days ago, this figure was around 22 percent. In the province of Málaga, 10 percent of the population is now immunised (previous week: 7.6 percent) while 22.4 percent have received at least one dose (previous week: 20 percent).
Spain with falling incidence
In Spain, the 14-day incidence is now 214 positives per 100,000 population (previous week: 236). The value for the 7-day incidence is 105 (previous week: 109). For comparison: in the Federal Republic of Germany, the 7-day incidence is 141 infected persons per 100,000 inhabitants (previous week: 168), according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). In Austria, the 7-day incidence is 140.5 (previous week: 170). In Switzerland, this value has decreased from 169 to 140 in a weekly comparison.