As reported by the Regional Executive’s Health Department, Tenerife added 96 tables this Sunday, raising its accumulated count to 26,487, of which 1,483 remain epidemiologically active. Gran Canaria, on the other hand, found 14 positive diagnoses in the condition and has 23,156 accumulated and 386 patients pending its evolution. The truth is that the accumulated incidence in the last seven days has improved notably on the Island, since it went from reflecting 25.48 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, on June 13, to 20.81 on the same population count, yesterday . It should be noted that this indicator marks 46.97 squares for every 100,000 people in the Archipelago as a whole.
Lanzarote recorded four detections and already has a total of 5,689, with 75 people affected by the disease, while Fuerteventura found nine infections and has accumulated 2,478 and 75 active. La Gomera, for its part, only registered one case and amasses 246, with 11 patients suffering from the pathology.
On the contrary, both La Palma and El Hierro did not report new clinical pictures, so the first one remains with 574 accumulated and three active, and the second, with 372 and one ongoing.
Right now, there are 2,065 active cases of coronavirus in the Canary Islands. The most affected municipality is Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which has 855. It is followed by Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with 363; La Laguna, with 355; Arrecife, with 72; Granadilla de Abona, with 68; and Adeje, with 53. The rest of the towns are below the threshold of 50.
Based on the information handled by the Ministry, the hospital situation experienced variations since the last balance. And it is that 190 people with covid in the plant remain admitted to the health centers of the Canary Islands – eight more than those notified last Saturday – and 22 in the critical areas – one less.
In the course of the last 24 hours, only 26 new discharges were issued, although with these there are already 56,157 patients who have managed to win the battle against SARS-CoV-2 in the Islands. Since the beginning of June, the Archipelago has added 2,189 epidemiological discharges.
In order to stop the spread of the microorganism and to immunize 70% of the target population on July 31, the vaccination activity continued yesterday in the mass inoculation centers and in the university hospitals. While waiting to know today the number of doses administered during the weekend, the latest data indicate that 1,522,712 units of sera have already been injected in the Canary Islands, which have allowed 591,312 people to complete the regimen, 31.6 % of calls to this campaign.
In addition, 995,822 users have accessed at least one puncture. It must be remembered that the non-capital islands began to vaccinate the age group between 30 and 39 years old since last week and that Gran Canaria and Tenerife will begin these days to inoculate the group. In addition, a new shipment with 125,200 doses of Pfizer prophylaxis is scheduled to land in the Archipelago today.
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, 1,185,746 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests have been carried out in the autonomous community. Of the total, 61,522 have shown a positive result for coronavirus, which translates to 5.19%. On Saturday, 2,274 were practiced.
In the Canary Islands, 59,003 people have already contracted the infection, of which 29,606 are women and 29,397 men.
Controls at airports
The health control that travelers from the Peninsula or from a country that is at risk and whose destination is the Canary Islands must pass yesterday caused queues at the Gran Canaria airport, where dozens of people waited in line to be able to Present the documents that prove a negative result in the SARS-CoV-2 infection, after having undergone some of the accepted diagnostic tests (PCR, antigens or TMA). This measure will be in force until July 31 and does not affect those national travelers who demonstrate having received the complete vaccination schedule, in the eight months prior to the displacement, nor those who have been outside the region for a period of less than 72 hours prior to arrival. | LP / DLP
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