The latest figures released by the Junta de Andalucía on Friday show a continuing rise in the number of coronavirus cases. Marbella has also recorded a new death from the virus, the first 30 days. On a more positive note, however, Andalucía reported its highist number of vaccinations in one day with 122,000 doses
Friday saw 34 new positive cases in Marbella, six fewer than Thursday, but still one of the highest in recent weeks. The accumulated incidence continues to rise and stands at 178.1 cases per 100,000 inhabitants for the past 14 days – the highest for more than two months. (Recorded on March 19 at 187.6).
Currently Marbella has 457 active cases and yesterday recorded a Covid-19 death on May 30.
The incidence in Marbella is the highest of the eleven municipalities that make up the Costa del Sol health district. It is also higher than the average for the health district (147.1), than that of the province of Malaga (150.1) and Spain (118.29), and only lower than that of Andalucia (183.4).
The total number of hospitalised patients throughout the province is currently 106 (-3), of which 18 are in the ICU (-1).
According to the Junta, 5,095,104 vaccines have been administered throught Andalucía and 1,854,185 people have already received both doses.