Coronavirus in the Canary Islands: On Tuesday, three people died of coronavirus in the Canary Islands and today another has already occurred - La Provincia

Tuesday's statistic ends with three dead by coronavirus in the Canary Islands, one more than those that have been reflected in the statistics of the Ministry of Health, which is carried out with the data collected by the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government until 8:00 p.m. So, until Tuesday, 105 people with coronaviruses had died in the Canary Islands, one more of those collected in the official statistics. Therefore, in the computation of the week until Tuesday, five people had died.

The death occurred in a nursing home in Tenerife. According to the Ministry of Health, the two cases that Tenerife added between Tuesday and Wednesday correspond to people residing in senior centers. These last two deceased in nursing homes bring to 10 the deaths in these centers in the Canary Islands. All of them, in addition, have been produced in Tenerife.

The Canary Islands surpassed the last hundred deaths from coronavirus last weekend. This Wednesday there has already been another death, according to the count of 2:00 p.m. The website of the Ministry of Health register already 106 coronavirus deaths since the start of the pandemic. We will have to wait for the count of 20.00 to give the balance of the day.

The contagions by coronavirus in the Canary Islands between health personnel they do not give truce and continue to grow. Are already 447 diagnosed, 31 more than yesterday, representing a 22.63% of the 1,975 registered cases in the Canary Islands from the beginning of the pandemic until this Tuesday. They are, in turn, 1.49% of the total staff of the Canary Health Service.

By islands, the most affected is still Tenerife that it has 1,258 cases and 73 deaths; Gran Canaria follows with 507 and 28 deceased; La Palma, 83 and three deceased; Lanzarote, 76 and two deceased; and without dead Fuerteventura, 38 cases; La Gomera, 10 and El Hierro, 3.

According to Tuesday's data, the Canary Islands records a total of 1,975 positive cases (17 more than in the statistics at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, April 13) and 622 medical discharges (33 more). Of all the positives, 781 had been hospitalized and 152 in the ICU.


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