Canaries coronavirus update: Now less than 200 active cases!
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health at 8pm, the Canary Islands now has:
Deaths in last 24 hours: 0
Total deaths: 160
New cases: 2
Total cases: 2,356
Discharges in last 24 hours: 22
Total discharges: 1,998
Active cases: 197
In total, there are 197 active cases, of which 163 are receiving assistance at home, 28 are hospitalized, and 6 are admitted to ICU.
By islands, and following the place of residence of the case, the one with the most accumulated positives is Tenerife, which has 1,489 cases; Gran Canaria follows with 589 cases; La Palma, 98 cases; Lanzarote, 84 cases (the case of the plane has not yet been uploaded to statistics, which has also been declared in Castilla-La Mancha); Fuerteventura, 45 cases; La Gomera, 8 cases and El Hierro, 3 cases.
There are 39 people who have been diagnosed and treated, and are registered by declaration of area (ie the island where the test has been analyzed), but it has not been possible to identify their area of residence because they may be tourists, port workers, or people without accommodation.
The deceased by islands since the start of the pandemic are divided as follows: 109 deceased in Tenerife; 6 in La Palma; 0 in La Gomera; 0 in El Hierro; 39 in Gran Canaria; 6 in Lanzarote, and 0 in Fuerteventura.
The Canary Health Service has tested a total of 106,352 people, through different diagnostic tests.
The total number of tests are 130,577, and of these, 110,314 are PCR tests, and 20,263 are molecular tests.