Covid update: Only 75 new cases and over 3 times as many discharges

2020/10/07 07:00:06 Written by Canarian Weekly National

Tuesday 6th October:
There were 75 new cases detected, of these 35 are in Gran Canaria, 35 in Tenerife, 3 in Lanzarote, and 2 in Fuerteventura.

There were 240 medical discharges yesterday as follows: 185 in Gran Canaria, 37 in Fuerteventura, 13 in Lanzarote, 4 in Tenerife, and 1 in La Gomera.

As expected, most people being signed off are in Gran Canaria, not just because they have the most cases, but because of the 14 day isolation period which alot of people are coming to the end of.

Yesterday there were two deaths on the island of Gran Canaria, both women aged 85 and 90 with serious previous pathologies.

According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health the Canary Islands now has:
Deaths: 2
Total deaths: 240
New cases: 75
Total cases: 14,354
Discharges in last 24 hours: 240
Total discharges: 7,236
Active cases: 6,878

Of the active cases: 6,592 are at home/isolation, 226 are in hospital wards, and 60 are in Intensive Care.

BY DECLARATION OF LOCATION OF THE CASE:
Total cases by islands are as follows:
7,821 in Gran Canaria;
4,428 in Tenerife;
1,114 in Lanzarote;
685 in Fuerteventura;
184 in La Palma;
74 in La Gomera;
47 in El Hierro.

Active cases by islands are as follows:
4,136 in Gran Canaria;
2,420 in Tenerife;
159 in Fuerteventura;
109 in Lanzarote;
44 in La Gomera;
8 in La Palma;
1 in El Hierro.

Total discharges by islands are as follows:
3,589 in Gran Canaria;
1,881 in Tenerife;
996 in Lanzarote;
524 in Fuerteventura;
170 in La Palma;
46 in El Hierro;
30 in La Gomera.

The deaths by islands are as follows:
127 in Tenerife
96 in Gran Canaria;
9 in Lanzarote;
6 in La Palma;
2 in Fuerteventura;
0 in La Gomera;
0 in El Hierro.

Deaths by age group:
Over 80: 114 deaths
70-79: 67 deaths
60-69: 33 deaths
50-59: 14 deaths
40-49: 7 deaths
30-39: 4 deaths
20-29: 1 deaths

Source: Ministry of Health (Gobcan Sanidad)