Regarding the active cases, there are currently 1,941 (-123), of which 50 remain admitted to the ICU (-2), 233 are hospitalized (+6) and 1,658 are at home (-127). In addition, 52,938 people have overcome the disease so far after 229 canaries were discharged.
For its part, the Accumulated Incidence (AI) at 7 days in the Canary Islands stands at 39.39 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and the AI at 14 days is 81.48 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
To date, a total of 1,117,317 PCR tests in the islands, 58,864 of which have been positive, which represents 5.27 percent of the total.
By islands, Tenerife adds 64 new infections and accumulates 24,338 accumulated cases, of which 1,183 cases are epidemiologically active (-80), 423 have died (+1) and 22,732 have overcome the disease; while Gran canaria It has 22,458 accumulated cases (+27), of which 508 are active (-31), 268 have died and 21,624 received medical discharge.
LanzaroteFor its part, it accumulates 5,370 cases (+7), of which 192 are epidemiologically active (-14), 49 have died and 5,129 have overcome the virus; Fuerteventura accumulates 2,311 (+8), of which 36 are active (+5), 13 have died and 2,262 received medical discharge.
In addition, La Palma it has a total of 562 cases (+1), of which 21 are active cases (-1), seven have died and 534 have overcome the disease; El Hierro it remains with a cumulative 371 cases, of which one is active, four have died and 366 received medical discharge.
Finally, La Gomera It continues with 233 accumulated cases and currently does not have active cases, although its registry since the beginning of the pandemic includes one deceased person and 232 have received a medical discharge.