Canaries undercuts Valencian Community with lowest COVID-19 stats in Spain
The Canary Islands have over-taken the Valencian Community as the region with the lowest COVID-19 caseload in Spain.
The Valencian Community’s 25-day streak with Spain’s lowest COVID-19 caseload has come to an end.
The Valencian Community’s Accumulated Incidence (AI) dropped to 44.11 over a 7-day period on 17th September – and remained the lowest in Spain until last weekend.
(Accumulated Incidence measures cases per 100,000 inhabitants in a particular area over 7 days or 14 days.)
Monday’s COVID-19 statistics update, however, recorded 41.52 cases per 100,000 over the last 7 days in the Canary Islands – while the Valencian Community recorded 42.59.
The Canary Islands also showed a lower AI over the last 14 days (88.47) than the Valencian Community (95.19) for figures collected over last weekend.
In Wednesday’s daily update, the Canary Islands still has a lower AI over the last 7 days (38.08) than the Valencian Community (42.27).