Coronavirus in the Canary Islands: One dead by coronavirus, this Tuesday in the Canary Islands - La Provincia

A person has died from coronavirus this Tuesday 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 has increased to 121, one more person than Monday at 8:00 p.m. Therefore, the computation of the week is two deceased, down from 19 last week.

Infections in the Canary Islands have already exceeded the two thousand barrier, reaching 2,091, that is, 6 more positive than at the close of Monday. As for discharges, there have been 46 and they already total 924 since the start of the pandemic.

By island of residence in which the case was declared, the most affected is still Tenerife that it has 1,324 diagnosed among its residents, 81 deceased and 537 discharges; Gran Canaria follows with 499 diagnosed residents, 32 deceased and 263 discharges; La Palma, 87 diagnosed, 5 deceased and 41 discharges; Lanzarote, 79 positive residents, 3 deceased and 25 discharges; and without dead Fuerteventura, 45 cases and 31 discharges; La Gomera, 10 cases and 7 discharges and El Hierro, 4 cases and 2 discharges.

The rest of the data that is known belongs to the statistics for Monday. Thus, infections by coronavirus in the Canary Islands between health personnel they continue without truce. The closed data indicates that they are 513 those diagnosed, eight more than Sunday, representing a 24.6% of the 2,085 cases registered in the Canary Islands since the beginning of the pandemic. They are, in turn, 1.71% of the total staff of the Canary Health Service.

According to Monday's data, of the 2,085 positives for the day, 837 people had been hospitalized and 164 in the ICU. As for the distribution of the 120 deceased until Monday by age, the largest group is that of 80-89 years, with 46 deceased, followed by 70-79, with 35; more than 90, with 15; that of 60-69, with 14; that of 50-59, with 6; that of 30-39, with 4; and that of 40-49, with 1.


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