Six deaths and 2,584 new cases of coronavirus in the Canary Islands

Canary Islands start the week after the Christmas period with 2,584 new cases of coronavirus, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, which also reports on the death of six people in the Archipelago associated with pathology. With these figures, the Islands reached a total of 188,301 cases since the start of the pandemic, of which 66,286 remain active epidemiological.

By islands, Tenerife has 886 diagnoses from Covid-19 during the last 24 hours, which implies 92,418 cases in the entire health crisis and of which 33,150 are still active.

Gran canaria It is for the second day in a row the island that registers the highest increase in positives: the 1,203 new cases bring the total number of diagnoses of the pandemic to 67,490 (23,119 still active).

While, Lanzarote accumulates 13,357 cases after 204 registered in the last 24 hours, of which 4,540 remain epidemiologically active.

In Fuerteventura, a total of 3,594 remain with the pathology after today's 82 coronavirus diagnoses, reaching a cumulative total of 8,954.

In La Palma The new cases amount to 82, which brings the total number of infections since the beginning of the pandemic to 4,146 (1,510 active), while in La Gomera 26 positives are registered, reaching 230 patients still with the disease.

El Hierro week begins with better data: the nine cases registered in the last 24 hours The total number of infections rises to 827 but 135 of them remain epidemiologically active.

Regarding the six deaths, four of them were registered in Tenerife, which implies that the coronavirus has claimed the lives of 684 people since the beginning of the pandemic, and the remaining two in Gran Canaria, which accumulates 418 deaths.


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