Coronavirus update: First new case detected in La Gomera since April

2020/07/14 09:00:29 Written by Canarian Weekly National

The islands closed yesterday with 2 new positives, 1 in Tenerife and 1 in La Gomera.
La Gomera recorded its 8th case of COVID-19, the first since it was declared a virus-free territory in late April.
Also the average age of those affected has fallen below 50 years old.

According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health the Canary Islands now has:

Deaths: 0 for 30 days
Total deaths: 162
New cases: 2
Total cases: 2,462
Discharges in last 24 hours: 0
Total discharges: 2,224
Active cases: 76

Of the active cases: 74 are at home/isolation, 1 is in a hospital ward, and 1 is in Intensive Care, both in Gran Canaria.

The split of the figures can vary slightly depending on whether they are recorded by place of residence, or where the case was recorded, ie where the person was when it happened, but the totals are still the same.
We use location of the case as the person is physically in that place.

Active cases by islands are as follows:
31 in Fuerteventura;
26 in Tenerife;
12 in Gran Canaria;
6 in Lanzarote;
1 in La Gomera;
0 in La Palma;
0 in El Hierro.

The deaths by islands are as follows:
114 in Tenerife
40 in Gran Canaria;
5 in Lanzarote;
3 in La Palma;
0 in Fuerteventura;
0 in La Gomera;
0 in El Hierro.

Deaths by age group:
Over 80: 76 deaths
70-79: 47 deaths
60-69: 22 deaths
50-59: 10 deaths
40-49: 3 deaths
30-39: 4 deaths

Total cases by islands are as follows:
1,611 in Tenerife;
614 in Gran Canaria;
89 in La Palma;
82 in Lanzarote;
57 in Fuerteventura;
8 in La Gomera;
1 in El Hierro.

Total discharges by islands are as follows:
1,471 in Tenerife;
562 in Gran Canaria;
86 in La Palma;
71 in Lanzarote;
26 in Fuerteventura;
7 in La Gomera;
1 in El Hierro.