Coronavirus in the Canary Islands: Two new deceased with coronavirus in the Canary Islands - La Provincia
The Canary Islands registers seven deaths of people with coronavirus on the morning of this Saturday, March 21, according to updated data from the Ministry of Health.
In total, the Archipelago accumulates 348 cases infected by Covid-19, 61 more than last Thursday. Of this total, 334 are still active, 139 hospitalized and 29 admitted to the ICU. Seven discharges have also been counted, as reported by the Ministry of Health.
As for the deaths:
In Tenerife: three have taken place at the Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria University Hospital and correspond in all cases to older or older women with previous pathology, and one of the deaths has taken place at the Canarias University Hospital (one 34-year-old woman with previous pathology).
In Gran Canaria: One corresponds to the Doctor Negrín University Hospital of Gran Canaria, a woman over 80 years old with previous pathology; and two new deaths were added at the Insular Maternal and Child University Hospital Complex, an elderly woman and an 80-year-old man, both with previous pathology.
By islands: in Tenerife there are 219 accumulated cases; in Gran Canaria, 97; in La Gomera, 3; in La Palma, 11; in Lanzarote, 4; in Fuerteventura, 13 and in El Hierro,
Friday night the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government reported a fifth death from coronavirus, produced in Tenerife. It was an older person with previous serious pathology. Today in the morning, the updated data records two more deaths.
On the other hand, on the same Friday, the first case was confirmed in El Hierro, a person who is admitted and isolated in the Virgen de los Reyes de Valverde Hospital. While during this morning it has also been confirmed a new case of coronavirus in Lanzarote.
Statistics from the Ministry of Health closes between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. the previous day and that cases after that date are not included as official until the next day's close.