Coronavirus in the Canary Islands: About 44 people in the Canary Islands do not know how they were infected - La Provincia

Of the 25,618 people who have been infected by new coronavirus From May 10 to July 17, 12,715 do not know how it has been infected (50%), according to the latest report prepared by the National Network of Epidemiological Surveillance (RENAVE) and the Carlos III Health Institute, on the situation of the coronavirus in Spain.

Of all those who do not know how they have been infected, 8,160 are from Catalonia and 1,214 of the Madrid's community. In addition, in Andalusia 170 do not know how they have been infected, in Aragon 489 in Asturias 20 in Balearics 182 in Canary Islands 44 in Cantabria 60 in Castilla la Mancha 903 in Castilla y León 452, in the Valencian Community 288 in Estremadura 99 in Galicia 196 in Murcia 68 in Navarre 183, in the Basque Country 93 in The Rioja 58 in Ceuta 30 and in Melilla 6.

In addition, the work, carried out according to the data provided to these organisms by the autonomous communities, highlights that up to 66 percent of the people who have been infected are between 15 and 59 years old, being the most frequent area of exposure to the virus in the home environment (25%).

Specifically, regarding the distribution by sex and age of the Spanish population, the Covid-19 cases, are overrepresented in women of working age (20-54 years) and in women over 85 years of age. The presentation of cases of Covid-19 in children under 15 of both sexes it is relatively low.


On the other hand, the report shows that 11 percent of cases are health or socio-health personnel, with this being significantly higher percentage among women than men (15% vs. 5%). In addition, 77 percent of Covid-19 healthcare personnel reported since May 11 are women.

Likewise, the study indicates that 45 percent of people have presented symptoms and a PCR test has been performed on 95 percent of detected cases. In fact, in the analysis of the time elapsed between the different events, it is observed that the median time between the onset of symptoms and the first contact with the health system is two days, until the diagnosis is three and until the isolation of one day.

At the same time, a median of four identified contacts per case, although in this last parameter there are no data from Asturias, Castilla-La Mancha, Madrid and Catalonia.

Finally, at the national level, the cumulative incidence of Covid-19 it has experienced a significant increase of 27 percent from week 26 (June 22-28) to week 27 (June 29-July 5) and of 61 percent from this to week 28 (July 6-12). The increase is observed in all age groups (with the exception of those under 15 years of age and those over 80 years of age in the previous two), and is relatively greater in the last two weeks and among those under 50 years of age.

By autonomous communities a higher accumulated rate ratio is observed in the Canary Islands, Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Extremadura and Galicia, between weeks 27 and 26, and in Andalusia, Aragon, Catalonia, the Valencian Community, Extremadura, Murcia, Navarra, the Basque Country, and La Rioja between weeks 28 and 27.

However, the daily evolution of cases and COVID-19 hospitalizations shows a downward trend until June 14-15. Since mid-June, there has been an increase in the number of cases, while hospitalizations, ICU admissions and deaths have maintained a trend towards stability.


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