The incidence rate in Spain has fallen from 200 for the first time since April 13, when it marked 196 cases per 100,000 inhabitants for the last 14 days. This Friday the data is 198 positives. In comparison with the data of this Thursday, it supposes a fall of four points. At the national level, the AI rises in the Balearic Islands, where it is 60.43.
Nine communities have this data above the average. Euskadi (447.56) is the one that has it highest, and behind it are Madrid (317.56), Navarra (296.13), Melilla (295.14), Aragón (293.82), Catalonia (251 , 14), La Rioja (246.94), Cantabria (231.26), Castilla-La Mancha (202.52).