Canary Islands registers this week 104 new outbreaks with 574 cases, of which 10 have required hospital admission. Of the 104 new outbreaks registered, 53 have occurred in Tenerife, 39 in Gran Canaria, eight in Fuerteventura, three in La Palma and one in Lanzarote.
By area in which they have occurred, 46 are family outbreaks, 34 social, 16 work, five educational, two sports and one health.
Usually, all outbreaks have less than 10 associated cases except one with 32 affected in Gran Canaria, of sports origin with educational, social and family ramification; another educational one with a family branch with 13 affected on that same island; three other relatives with 13, 12 and 11 affected in Tenerife; and another two, of work and social origin, both with 12 people infected in Tenerife and Gran Canaria, respectively.
It should also be noted that the majority of family outbreaks this week have occurred among non-cohabitants with several addresses associated with each outbreak.
Regarding the health outbreak, has been notified in the Belleuve Hospital, in Tenerife, with three affected people, in hospital admission.
The educational shoots, all with family branches, three have been registered in Gran Canaria (with 13, 4, and 4 cases) and two in Tenerife (with 7 people affected, in both cases).
Of the outbreaks declared in the sports field, one is from Tenerife and affects 4 cases and has been declared in a handball team and another, with 32 affected people, corresponds to a soccer team from Gran Canaria that has had ramifications to the educational and family sphere.
What’s more, 45 old shoots that are still open are still being monitored and that some of them have grown in number of cases. Among them, two of work origin with family branches stand out, one originating in Gran Canaria that already affects 68 people, one of them in hospital admission, and another in Fuerteventura with 61 people, five of them in hospital admission.
At present, and after completing the vaccination of group 1, there is no outbreak, nor any user of social health centers affected by COVID-19.