April 11, 2021

Canary Islands registers 402 covid admissions, the highest figure since February

The Archipelago yesterday exceeded the threshold of 400 patients admitted due to the effects of Covid-19 and in the hospitals of the Islands there are already 402 people fighting against the effects of the virus, the highest number since last February 8, just two months back, when 405 patients with coronavirus remained on this regimen. Of the total, 320 occupy an acute bed and 82 an intensive bed.

Tenerife is the island that supports the greatest healthcare pressure in plants, where there are 204 afflicted with the pathology, compared to the 109 in Gran Canaria, the second most affected. The situation in critics, on the other hand, is more unfavorable in the latter, since in the areas there are 42 affected by the pathogen, seven more than in Tenerife.

According to the latest data released yesterday by the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands, the region added 237 infections by SARS-CoV-2 in 24 hours and three deaths. The deceased, a 96-year-old woman and a 67-year-old man in Tenerife, and another 63-year-old woman in Fuerteventura, were hospitalized and had previous illnesses. In total, since the beginning of the pandemic, 687 people in the community have lost their lives due to complications related to the condition.

Taking into account the data disaggregated by islands, Tenerife yesterday added 109 cases to its statistics; Gran Canaria 113; Lanzarote 11; and Fuerteventura four. On the contrary, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro managed to keep their data and did not find new infections of the microorganism among the population. It should be noted that the health administration clarified this Thursday that La Gomera is free of covid, despite the fact that three active cases are listed on the Grafcan portal.

It should be noted that the outbreak notified this Wednesday on the 8th North floor of the Nuestra Señora de Candelaria University Hospital already affects two workers and 18 patients – two more – who are mostly asymptomatic. The center maintains the pertinent containment measures and the plant continues to be closed to new income. Likewise, the surgical activity has been reprogrammed without causing effects on serious or oncological operations.

Since the outbreak of this crisis, 984,612 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests have been carried out in the Archipelago. Only in the course of the day on Wednesday, 3,039 were practiced.


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