According to the latest Spanish Health Ministry report, the national incidence rate of people infected with COVID-19continues to fall and now stands at 215.10 infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
We can take from this news that since the government announced a state of emergency on October 26, the number of people infected with the coronavirus continues to fall.
The 14-day cumulative number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants now stands at 215.10. This figure has been falling nonstop since November 9 and is expected to trend downwards.
Closer to home, 50 residents of L’Alcoià and El Comtat have tested positive for coronavirus in recent days. This raises the number of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus to 2,862 since the outbreak began last spring.
The update of data offered on Tuesday pointed out that the PCR tests have confirmed 25 new infections in Alcoy, six in Muro, five in Ibi and four in Onil, another four in Castalla, and another four in Cocentaina.
According to the Alcoy Health Department, the incidence has been lower in municipalities such as Banyeres and L’Orxa, which have added only one case since last Friday.