Canary Islands exceeds 200 Covid infections and adds 4 deaths

The Canary Islands continue their fight against Covid-19. The Islands have registered this Wednesday 248 positives and 4 deaths from coronavirus, as reported by the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands.

Deaths reach 637 when adding this Wednesday four deaths, two in Gran canaria and two in Tenerife.

Currently the Islands have 4,238 active cases of coronavirus -38 less than this Tuesday- and since the beginning of the pandemic there have been 43,993 infections by Covid-19.

By islands, Gran canaria It has registered the highest number of cases, adding 117 positives in the last hours and has 1,651 active cases. Tenerife adds 104 cases, with 2,247 epidemiologically active cases.

Fuerteventura has recorded another notable rise in the number of positives with 21 cases and currently it has 226 assets. Lanzarote adds two new cases and 78 epidemiologically active.

In the rest of the islands of the western province, La Palma has registered two new cases and it stands with in 25 active cases. El Hierro adds a new positive and currently has six assets. Like La Gomera, which registers a new case and has five active cases on the island.

The Cumulative Incidence after 7 days in the Canary Islands it is 68.59 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and after 14 days in the 127.94

To date, a total of 920,247 PCR tests in the Islands, of which 3.0281 correspond to yesterday.



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