The Canary Islands registers 57 hospital discharges and 55 deaths due to coronavirus in the last count of data made by the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government Tuesday morning. After this black Monday of the pandemic, the day 15 people died, Tuesday dawned with a somewhat more stabilized situation, with no deaths at the moment.
The accumulated number of affected health professionals is 252, which means 21 more workers than this Monday, which closed with 231 infected professionals.
In total, the Archipelago accumulates 1,262 cases infected by Covid-19 this Tuesday, which is 58 more than the 1,204 on Sunday, continuing the downward trend of recent days. On Sunday only 79 more infections were registered than on Saturday, which had, in turn, 100 more than Friday, to date the day with the highest number of infections in a single day, 147. The increase on Thursday compared to Wednesday was 94 cases, while on Wednesday over Tuesday grew in 127 cases, and in 100 on Tuesday over Monday. These data together with the 76 of Monday over the previous Sunday imply that 723 coronavirus positives were produced last week.
This Tuesday at noon, with data from the Ministry, which handled 1,262 total infected cases, 94 of them hospitalized in the ICU, 16 more than on the last day, which closed with 78 admissions. There were also 57 hospital discharges, 25 of them produced between Monday night and Tuesday morning. Altogether, 483 have required hospital admission.
By islands the most affected is Tenerife that it has 741 cases, despite the fact that it has been declining for three days with coronavirus; Gran Canaria follows with 365 cases; La Palma, 62 cases; Lanzarote, 51 cases; Fuerteventura, 32 cases; La Gomera, 8 cases and El Hierro, 3 cases.
Statistics from the Ministry of Health are closed between 20:00 and 21:00 the day before, and cases after that date are not included as officers until the close of the following day.