A woman with Covid dies in the Canary Islands who was admitted to the ICU since January



A 72-year-old woman has died with Covid in Lanzarote, as reported by the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands. The deceased She was admitted to the ICU of the Molina Orosa hospital since last January, as reported by the Island Health Area.

The Canary Islands have added 159 new positives for coronavirus this Thursday –77% of them on the island of Tenerife-, which brings the total number of infected in the islands to 58,524 since the pandemic began. Thus, of the total cases, 1,754 are active (+66), 25 of them in the ICU (-1), 182 remain hospitalized (+3) and 1,547 are at home (+64). In addition, so far 55,990 canaries have received medical discharge.

Refering to Cumulative Incidence (AI) in the Canary Islands, at 7 days it remains at 44.85 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while at 14 days it stands at 82.86. In addition, to date a total of 1,177,952 PCR tests have been carried out on the islands, with 5.19 percent positive (61,103).

Regarding the cases by islands, Tenerife adds 123 new cases and its accumulated amounts to 26,120, of which 1,204 are active (+84), 432 have died and 24,482 have received medical discharge. Follow him Gran canaria, which adds 28 new positives and accumulates 23,090, of which 373 remain active, 274 died and 22,443 overcame the disease.

Lanzarote, for its part, adds four new cases and reaches 5,669 accumulated, of which 82 are active (-19), 49 died and 5,538 overcame the disease; while Fuerteventura adds four cases and accumulates 2,455, of which 83 are active (+4) and 2,359 received medical discharge.

La Palma remains with an accumulated of 573, two of them active (-3) and in its count it registers seven deaths and 564 people cured, while El Hierro remains in 372 cases and only one asset, in addition to accounting for four deaths and 367 people who have been discharged; and La Gomera accumulates 244 cases, with 9 active, one death and 234 canaries who overcame the disease.

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Tenerife maintains itself with the highest incidence of the virus. At the moment, it has a cumulative incidence at 7 days that triples that of Gran Canaria. This is attributed to the cases in Tenerife are concentrated in younger ages, with a higher percentage of men (who tend to be less demanding of health systems) and present a more dispersed territorial distribution in environments that in turn tend to use these health resources less

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One more week without changes in the alert levels by islands: Tenerife, Lanzarote and La Graciosa, at level 2, and the rest at level 1.

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The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands launches two new mass vaccination points against COVID-19 in Gran Canaria with the capacity to inoculate 2,100 more people per day. One of them, loaned by the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is in the La Presa Sports Complex, in Pedro Hidalgo, and the other in the Juan Carlos I Hospital, managed by the Nursing teams of the Insular Maternal and Child University hospitals and Dr. Negrín, in coordination with those of the Primary Care Management and who join the other 44 vaccination points currently existing on the Island.

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