Coronavirus – Marbella classified as ‘extreme risk’ again

For the first time in almost four months Marbella has been classified as at ‘extreme risk’ from Covid-19 infections by the Junta de Andalucía. The municipality recorded 262 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Tuesday, June 22.

Marbella also reported 87 new cases, the highest daily figure since February 12 (91), and 588 active cases. The only positive note is that there are no new deaths for the twelfth day in a row.

Overall, Marbella has recorded 12,649 cases in total, 181 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic and 11,880 recovered.

The incidence in Marbella is the third highest of the eleven municipalities that make up the Costa del Sol health district after Istán (736.3) and Ojén (314.5).

It is higher than the average for the health district (191.3), than that of the province of Malaga (155.8), that of Andalusia (173.5) and Spain (95.91).


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