Coronavirus in the Canary Islands: Canary Islands maintains 865 active cases of coronavirus - La Provincia


Of the 2,231 diagnosed cases of coronavirus in the Canary Islands until this Tuesday since the start of the pandemic, the assets at this time are below a thousand. With 1,223 people healed, only 865 of those infected have not yet overcome the disease. They represent the 38.77% of people who have contracted the coronavirus.

Thus, compared to the 143 deaths since the start of the pandemic, the highs of the last weeks reflect a frank remission.

The Ministry of Health offers this Wednesday on its coronavirus website detailed information on the 865 active cases, broken down by municipality. In this way, we know that Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the most affected municipality, with 155 sick residents; followed by La Laguna, with 131; and third is Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with 84 cases.

At the end of the table, 24 municipalities with no cases. Son Agulo, Alajeró, Antigua, Artenara, Barlovento, Betancuria, El Pinar, Firgas, Frontera, Fuencaliente, Garafía, Hermigua, La Aldea de San Nicolás, La Oliva, Pájara, Puntagorda, Puntallana, San Andrés de Sauces, San Sebastián de La Gomera, Tejeda, Valle Gran Rey, Vallehermoso, Vega de San Mateo and Vilaflor.

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