According to the data released yesterday by the Regional Government's Health Department, and corresponding to the close of the day on Friday, 1,522,712 doses of sera have already been administered in the Archipelago, 95.18% of those received –1,599 .810–. Until that moment, 591,312 people had completed the guideline, which represents 31.6% of the target population called to the campaign. In addition, 995,822 users have been able to access at least one puncture.
This Saturday, the autonomous community added 167 new SARS-CoV-2 infections to its statistics, of which 131 were concentrated in Tenerife, where the incidence of the pathogen has increased significantly over the course of this week. For its part, Gran Canaria recorded 19 cases; Lanzarote eight; Fuerteventura seven; La Palma one; and La Gomera one. El Hierro, on the other hand, kept its general registry unchanged because it did not find new clinical pictures.
In the last 24 hours there were no deaths related to the effects of the disease. Thus, the death count remains at 781.
It should be noted that since last Saturday, June 12, active cases have experienced an increase of 18% in the region, going from 1,667 to 1,967 that were encrypted yesterday. Most are located in Tenerife, which has 1,398 patients, 71% of the total. Gran Canaria follows, with 378; Fuerteventura, with 97; Lanzarote, with 80; La Gomera, with 10; La Palma, with three; and El Hierro, with one.
Right now, in Canarian hospitals there are 182 patients suffering from the condition admitted to the ward - seven more than those notified on Friday - and 23 in critical areas - two less. Another 1,762 affected pass the pathology in their homes.
Regarding the new registrations, it must be said that 67 were registered in the last day, so that there are already 56,131 people who have managed to overcome the ailment in the Islands.
At present, the accumulated incidence in the last seven days in the Canary Islands stands at 46.92 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while that of the last 14 marks 88.38 on the same population count. In Tenerife, which is currently the most affected island, the seven-day incidence indicator reflects 80.12 frames, and that of the last two weeks 139.89.
The Canary Islands Health Service (SCS) continues to strengthen its strategy of care for post-covid patients, both in the Primary and Specialized Care networks. This strategy is designed to care for people who have suffered from severe clinical conditions, or suffer from persistent covid, which occurs when the symptoms of the disease extend beyond 12 weeks from its onset. The post-covid hospital consultations of the SCS were created during 2020, in the Pulmonology, Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy or Internal Medicine Services, with the aim of carrying out the clinical follow-up of patients who have experienced severe pneumonia due to SARS-CoV infection. -2, in order to prevent or reduce sequelae, or treat them early. | LP / DLP
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