June 15, 2021

Four deaths and 190 new cases of Covid-19 in the Canary Islands


Coronavirus samples in Tenerife.

Coronavirus samples in Tenerife.
The province

Canary Islands starts the week below 200 new cases of coronavirus, as reported this Monday by the Ministry of Health of the regional government. The Archipelago registers today 190 new cases of infections by Covid-19, 28 less than in the day yesterday Sunday, in which 218 were reached. Since last Friday, with 177, the barrier of 200 new daily infections was not broken.

In the last hours the death of four people, three in Tenerife, of which two are men of 87 and 90 years and a woman of 91 years; and it has also been reported another death of a woman in Gran Canaria with 69 years. All had previous pathologies that had experienced a worsening of their clinical condition. The Islands mourn 22 human losses in the last eight days.

The total of accumulated cases in the Canary Islands It is 45,033 with 4,271 assets, of which 73 are admitted to the ICU and 310 remain hospitalized.

The Accumulated Incidence at 7 days in the Canary Islands it is 69.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and 14 days in the 134 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

Covid data in the Canary Islands as of March 22, 2021. Health


By islands, Tenerife today adds 86 cases with a total of 18,985 accumulated cases and 2,201 epidemiologically active cases, while Gran canaria It adds up to 82 cases and has 18,545 accumulated 1,667 assets.

Lanzarote adds five new cases with 4,571 accumulated and 84 epidemiologically active and Fuerteventura, which has 1,961 accumulated cases, adds 15 more than the previous day and maintains 297 active.

La Palma registers two new cases and has 449 accumulated and 13 active. El Hierro It does not add cases, so its accumulated are 300 and today, pending update in the data portal, there is only one active case. By last, La Gomera It also does not have new cases, so it continues with 222 accumulated and five assets.

To date, a total of 935,374 tests have been carried out PCR in the Islands, of which 2,264 correspond to the last 24 hours.

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