He Scientific Committee for the Health Emergency in the Canary Islands predicts that this week the Archipelago will reach its peak in income from coronavirus, and that this figure begins to drop the following week. This was explained by the committee’s spokesperson, Lluis Serra Majem, professor of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
However, the spokesperson for the Scientific Committee issued the warning that “the battle has not been won”, since “at any time” the forecasts based on the latest data may be broken. According to Lluis Serra Majem, another source of concern is infections between health personnel, something that “undoubtedly indicates that there has been a failure in the protection measures”, although the situation is not worse than in other areas of Spain.
Lastly, he recalled that in the case of diseases such as the coronavirus, a second wave usually occurs with even more serious effects, so it is necessary to be prepared for that eventuality, in the same way that it will be attempted that when the quarantine is lifted there are no more infections