Malaga province continues a downward trend with Covid numbers

Covid numbers in Andalucia on Thursday, March 24. Image: Pixabay

Covid numbers continue to fall slowly but steadily in Malaga province

According to the latest data provided by the Ministry of Health and Families, Covid numbers in Malaga province continue to decrease slowly but surely. Hospital pressure is also reported to be diminishing as a result of the figures, which is good news.

After a slight rebound earlier this week when figures revealed there were close to 170 admitted, this Saturday, March 19, there are 154 patients registered as hospitalised from coronavirus. Of this number, 12 are in the Intensive Care Units (ICU).

As revealed by the data, there are three fewer people hospitalised today than last Friday 12, and six less than a week ago, when there were 160.

The number of admissions in ICUs has not changed in the last 24 hours, but it has fallen by six people in these last seven days, going from 18 down to 12.

With these data, the province continues to lead in the losest number of hospitalised in Andalucia. Sevilla follows with 118; Cadiz, with 65, and Granada, with 63. While in Jaen and Cordoba there are 54 and 53 bedridden, respectively. In Almeria, there are 25, and Huelva, 24, as reported by malagahoy.es.

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