The German citizen who accompanied on his trip to La Gomera the one admitted by Wuhan coronavirus in the Canary Islands, and who has always remained asymptomatic, has concluded on Thursday his home surveillance period of 14 days, in compliance with the action protocol set by the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has informed this Thursday that after the period of home surveillance, people can resume their lives with absolute normality, without restrictions of any kind.
Likewise, it has been specified that the patient affected by coronavirus in the Canary Islands admitted to the General Hospital of La Gomera, and that it has been positive in the samples taken so far, continues under analytical supervision and follow-up and continues its favorable evolution, without presenting symptoms.
Four other travel companions who remain in the municipality of Hermigua continue with the home monitoring.
These are the four men who presented symptoms and who tested negative in two tests, whose period of follow-up at home will continue until February 14 included.
Until today, and since it was launched, last Sunday, day 2, of the free information telephone about the coronavirus (900 112 061), a total of 104 calls have been received.
According to the Ministry of Health, it is a line that is coordinated by the Canary Islands Emergency Service and most of the consultations attended are related to doubts about the virus.