No deceased by coronavirus this Sunday in the Canary Islands, as collected in the data of the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government updated at 2:00 p.m. Thus, the death toll since the start of the pandemic remains at 131. Therefore, the computation of the week is 12 deceased, down from 19 last week.
Infections in the Canary Islands have already exceeded the two thousand barrier, standing at 2,178, that is, 11 more positive than at the close of Saturday. As for discharges, not only has there been none but there is one less than yesterday, 1,047 healed. This is due to either a relapse or an error in the data.
By island of residence in which the case was declared, the most affected is still Tenerife that it has 1,383 diagnosed among its residents, 89 deceased and 617 discharges; Gran Canaria follows with 526 diagnosed residents, 33 deceased and 297 discharges; La Palma, 89 diagnosed, 5 deceased and 43 discharges; Lanzarote, 79 positive residents, 4 deceased and 27 discharges; and without dead Fuerteventura, 46 cases and 32 discharges; La Gomera, 10 cases and 7 discharges and El Hierro, 4 cases and 2 discharges.
The rest of the known data belongs to the statistics for Saturday. Thus, infections by coronavirus in the Canary Islands between health personnel they continue without truce. The data closed on Saturday indicates that they are 549 diagnosed, three more than the previous day, which represent a 25.33% of the 2,167 registered cases in the Canary Islands since the beginning of the pandemic. They are, in turn, 1.77% of the total staff of the Canary Health Service.
According to Friday’s data, of the 2,167 positives of the day, 880 people had been hospitalized and 171 in the ICU. As for the distribution of the 131 deceased until Saturday by age, the largest group is that of 80-89 years, with 48 deceased, followed by 70-79, with 36; more than 90, with 18; that of 60-69, with 16; that of 50-59, with 8; that of 30-39, with 4; and that of 40-49, with 1.