Madrid remains the autonomous community most affected by the coronavirus. To date, according to data provided by the Community of Madrid, the region sum 71.695 infected. In the last 24 hours, has recorded 57 confirmed cases, and for the fourth consecutive day below the 100 infections per day. The figures brings the regional Government in its daily report of the situation allow you to analyze in which municipalities of the Community, and in what districts of the city of Madrid is having more incidence of the pathogen in the two last two weeks.
The information provided tells us how many cases has taken each locality and each district in the last 14 days. In the city of Madrid, the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo, the second most population of the capital behind Carabanchel, has added 67 positive in the last two weeks. Behind them, are placed on the Bridge of Vallecas, with 59 infections, Withdrawal (47), Moratalaz (47) and Villaverde (43).
If we look at the rate of cumulative incidence, that is to say, in the cases diagnosed for every 100,000 inhabitants, Moratalaz is located in the first place with a rate of 49.7, followed by Withdrawal (39,39) and Villaverde, whose rate is 28,87.
Leganés, the city with the largest number of cases outside of Madrid
By municipalities, two of the south zone are in the last two weeks the most affected: Getafe and Leganés, which are also the two neighboring cities. In Leganés, in total there have been 79 cases in the past two weeks, while Getafe have been 51 the people who have been infected in the last 14 days. In Leganes, the rate of cumulative incidence is 41,61 and in Getafe, 27,81. Leganésin addition, it is the second city, behind capital Madrid, in total number of infectedwith 3.318.
A little behind stood Móstoles, with 39 cases in the past 14 days, Alcalá de Henares, with 28, and Torrejón de Ardoz and Fuenlabrada, with 22 in each municipality. If you look at small towns in terms of population, highlights Morata de Tajuña, which has added 10 cases in the last two weeks with only 7,500 inhabitants.
Direct passage to the new normal
The Community of Madrid is immersed in the phase 2 of the desescalada, after having taken four weeks to enter phase 1. Now, will not pass phase 3, but the decay of the alarm state on Sunday, June 21, will advance directly to the new normalalthough the regional Government has already announced that there will be restrictions and conditions imposed.