Coronavirus: Seville reaches 300 deaths from Covid-19 while 2.43% of its inhabitants have already been infected

The capital of Andalusia exceeded 300 deaths from Covid this Monday since the first death from coronavirus was registered on March 15, with the country already plunged under a state of alarm. In the last week, 33 deaths have been reported in the city.

As of today, in Seville there are a total of 1,766 confirmed cases of Active Infection Diagnostic Tests (PDIA) in the last seven days. Of the 688,592 inhabitants registered in the Seville capital, 16,761 positives have already been confirmed, which means that 2.43% of its inhabitants have already passed or are experiencing the disease.

Of these, one in three have been cured. Specifically, 5,676 people have successfully overcome the virus. For its part, the capital currently has 798 hospitalized patients, and 126 people are in an intensive care unit (ICU).

Data of the province of Seville

The total number of deaths in the province of Seville now stands at 709, of which 400 have occurred in just over two months, which confirms that mortality in this second wave far exceeds the first, whose incidence in the region was not so severe.

Specifically, and according to the data released by the Ministry of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía on its website, consulted by Europa Press, with the four deaths recorded this Monday, Seville has been on the verge of a hundred (99) in the last seven days.

The province, which has a population of 1.9 million people, has a rate of 561.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, slightly higher than the community, which shows a rate of 543.6 positives per 100,000 inhabitants.

So, There are already 49,002 confirmed coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic, with 15,955 cured and 709 deaths. In the last seven days, 4,893 positives have been detected in the province.