The Canary Islands exceed 330 cases of coronavirus, 140 of them in Gran Canaria

The Canary Islands have rebounded to 334 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, in such a way that the accumulated figure stands at 101,524, while the deceased reach 1,034 when the death of a 65-year-old man with previous pathologies and admitted to Lanzarote is registered, according to data provided by the Regional Government Health Department.

Thus, of the total cases, 2,708 are active (+197), of which 27 are admitted to ICU (-1), 190 remain hospitalized (+15) and 2,491 are at home (+183)

The Accumulated Incidence in the Canary Islands at 7 days it stands at 81.44 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and after 14 days it stands at 143.52 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

By islands, Tenerife it adds 127 cases to accumulate 48,274 cases, of which 1,168 are epidemiologically active; While Gran canaria registers 140 new cases and accumulates 38,753, of which 1,109 are active.

In addition, Lanzarote adds 17 new cases to accumulate 7,421, of which 151 are epidemiologically active; Fuerteventura It has 4,959 cases when adding 40 new ones, and 231 remain active. La Palma, for its part, adds nine new positives to accumulate 1,199, of which 35 are active.

Finally, El Hierro it does not add new positives, so its accumulated remain at 469, of which an asset; and La Gomera add a new case until accumulating 449, of which 13 are active.

Until this Wednesday, a total of 2,365,137 diagnostic tests have been carried out on the islands, of which 7,339 correspond to yesterday.


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