The coronairus continues to hit healthcare personnel despite the improvement reflected in the data on infections and deaths in recent days. Thus, a total of 389 health workers have tested positive for coronavirus, a figure that represents 21% of the 1,858 diagnosed from the beginning of the pandemic until this Thursday.
The analysis of the data by islands, with the data update carried out this Friday, at 2:00 p.m., continues to show that the situation in Tenerife is the worst in the whole of the Canary Islands. Of the 1,888 positive diagnoses, Tenerife registers 1,238 cases of coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. These there are twelve more cases than the day before. Gran Canaria has 480 cases, 14 more positives than the previous day; La Palma, with 71 cases, one more; Lanzarote, with 67, three more; while Fuerteventura, with 24 ,; La Gomera, with seven, and El Hierro, with one, remain unchanged.
All these data are extracted from the new measurement system established this Monday, April 6, which takes into account the place of declaration of the disease instead of the place of residence of the person.
Also, following the new criteria, the distribution of the 95 deaths this Friday at noon is as follows: 63 in Tenerife, one more than the day before; 27 in Gran Canaria; three in La Palma and two in Lanzarote.
Cured people continue to rise as deaths drop, 23 vs. 1 in the last day, to 409. The overturning began to occur on Monday, March 30, when discharges, 57, surpassed the deceased for the first time, 55. And that despite the fact that in the statistics of that Monday 15 deaths were counted at one stroke. During the past week, discharges continued to increase more than deaths, at the rate of 86 discharges vs. 28 deaths.
At the same time, those diagnosed continue to increase due to testing. There are 29 more than the day before and there are already 1,888 since the beginning of the pandemic.
According to the same data, 738 people have required hospitalization, of which 141 patients have needed ICU admission due to their severity, one more than the day before.
By age, the group most affected is that of people over 80, with 45 deaths; followed by 70 to 79, with 31. Third is the group from 60 to 69, with 9; the fourth group is from 50 to 59, with 6. On the other hand, breaking the trend, the fifth group is from 30 to 39, with three; and the sixth, that of 40 to 49 years, with one.
The statistics of the Ministry of Health they close between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. the day before and cases after that date are not included as officers until the next day’s close.