The Valencian Community has recorded the lowest COVID-19 accumulated incidence on mainland Spain since 1st October.
Accumulated incidence (AI) measures COVID-19 diagnoses per 100,000 inhabitants over 7- or 14-day periods.
According to Ministerio de Sanidad figures, the Valencian Community has recorded the lowest AI over 14 days on mainland Spain for 42 days.
The Valencian Community (Alicante, Valencia and Castellón) saw its AI over 14 days fall below Galicia on 1st October, when it recorded 103.20 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
As of yesterday (Wednesday, 11th November), the Valencian Community recorded 282.73 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 14 days.
This is below Galicia – the next-lowest – with 318.39 cases per 100,000. Source.
Graphs from the Ministerio de Sanidad’s publication yesterday show the AI over 14 days across Spain’s 17 autonomous regions appear to have peaked.