Tenerife and El Hierro drop to alert level 1 due to the improvement of their care indicators

Stock image. / C7

The rest of the islands remain the same: Gran Canaria level 2; Fuerteventura, La Palma and La Gomera at level 1

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

The Ministry of Health has today updated the health alert levels with the lowering of Tenerife and El Hierro to level 1
to the improvement of their care indicators.

The rest of the islands remain at the same alert level as they were: Gran Canaria at level 2 or medium risk, and Lanzarote (which epidemiologically includes La Graciosa), Fuerteventura, La Palma and La Gomera at level 1, or Low risk. So,
all the islands are at low risk level except Gran Canaria, which remains at a medium risk level.

The daily average of conventional hospital beds occupied by covid-19 patients in the archipelago decreases by 18.5%. The
level of risk in percentage of occupancy of conventional beds remains at a medium levelalthough all the islands are at a low risk level or controlled circulation, except for Gran Canaria, which remains at a medium risk level.

The
number of occupied ICU beds is 25, average in the last week, and the percentage of occupation stands at 4.9%, in controlled circulation in the whole of the Autonomous Community and in all the islands, except Gran Canaria and Tenerife, which remain at a low risk level.

The rate of
occupancy of ICU beds per 100,000 inhabitants drops to 1.1 occupied ICU beds per 100,000 inhabitants and all the islands are in controlled circulation except Gran Canaria and Tenerife, which remain at low risk.

Incidence in people older than 60 years

In the Autonomous Community as a whole,
the seven-day Cumulative Incidence rate for those over 60 continues to decline, with a decrease of seventeen percent compared to the previous week. In this sense, all the islands registered decreases and remain at a low risk level, except Gran Canaria and El Hierro, which remain at a medium risk level.

Source link