The Archipelago accumulates 784 cases infected by Covid-19 this Thursday, which are 127 more than the 657 on Tuesday. There has been the largest increase from one day to the next to date since the crisis began. Tuesday’s increase from Monday was 100 cases, while Monday’s from Sunday was 76.
These data imply that 303 coronavirus positives have been produced so far this week. In turn, there are 673 more cases than last Thursday. Even so, the percentage of population affected by Covid-19 in the Archipelago is 0.036%. This means that 30.5 canaries out of every 100,000 are affected by this pathogen and the growth rate of infections with coronavirus in the Canary Islands it is 16.2%.
Of all the cases with coronavirus in the Canary Islands, 279 have required hospitalization and 45 are in the ICU.
On the other hand, Ministry of Health has confirmed this Thursday a second death with coronavirus on the island of Lanzarote. This is an 80-year-old British national who suffered from previous pathologies.
His death took place after the update of the register of people infected with the Covi-19 of the Ministry of Health, which takes place at 9:00 p.m. In total, the Canary Islands added this Thursday 25 deaths since the health pandemic began. Three more deaths occurred this Wednesday, which add to the 21 registered in previous days and so far this week there have been 14 deaths.
Of the deceased, all are older and / or with previous pathology. Thirteen of them (five women and seven men) belong to the age group of 80 to 89 years; seven (one woman and six men) to those aged 70 to 79; two women in the 60 to 69 group; one man from the 50 to 59 group, and two women from the 30 to 39 group.
Health has also confirmed the spread of a three-month-old baby who has tested positive for coronavirus in Fuerteventura. The newborn is in good condition and is at home with his parents.
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.