The Canary Islands count 326 new cases of coronavirus and one death

The Ministry of Health of the Canary Islands Government register today Sunday provisionally 326 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19. The total accumulated cases in the Canary Islands is 105,480 with 5,001 assets, of which 39 are admitted to the ICU and 212 remain hospitalized. In the last hours the death of a person in Tenerife has been notified, pending validation by Public Health.

The Accumulated Incidence at 7 days in the Canary Islands it is 117.37 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and at 14 days in the 213.47 cases per 100,000 inhabitants

By islands, Tenerife Today adds 90 cases with a total of 49,820 accumulated cases and 2,047 epidemiologically active cases.

Gran canaria It has 40,439 accumulated cases, 150 more than the previous day and 2,139 active.

Lanzarote adds 27 new cases with 7,634 accumulated and 202 active and Fuerteventura, has 5,361 accumulated cases, with 52 new cases, and 506 active ones.

La Palma scores six new positives so it has 1,288 accumulated and 86 assets. El Hierro It does not count new positives, so its accumulated are 469 and it has an active case.

La Gomera communicates a new positive, so he has 468 accumulated and his assets are 20.

To date, a total of 2,441,361 diagnostic tests have been carried out in the Islands, of which 6,180 correspond to yesterday.

The Ministry of Health recalls that these data published today on the Grafcan portal are provisional and are pending validation by the Public Health teams. In this way, the dynamics of the Alerts and Emergencies Coordination Center is followed, which does not receive epidemiological information from the autonomous communities on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Therefore, the data offered this Sunday may vary once they are epidemiologically reviewed and consolidated by the General Directorate of Public Health according to the established protocols, so that in the coming days discrepancies may arise in the updating of the data contained on the web by Grafcan.


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