The Canary Islands already have the fourth highest incidence of Covid in Spain, dragged by Tenerife



While the contagions of Covid-19 they are falling in practically all the communities of Spain, the Canary Islands are going the opposite way, weighed down by the data from Tenerife. This Monday, the cumulative incidence for 7 days in the archipelago has reached 50.23 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which is the fourth highest figure in the country, only behind Andalusia, La Rioja and Cantabria. In addition, it is already eight points above the average for Spain, which stands at 42.13. Meanwhile, heThe best data for the country are in the other archipelago, the Balearic Islands, where the 7-day incidence is at 19.80 this Monday cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

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