April 11, 2021

The Canary Islands register five deaths and 172 new ones infected by Covid

Vaccination of an elderly woman in Puerto del Rosario, on the island of Fuerteventura.

Vaccination of an elderly woman in Puerto del Rosario, on the island of Fuerteventura.

Canarias has registered 172 new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours (57 more than in the previous day) and accumulates a total of 41,012, while the deceased reach 597 after the death of five people -three in Lanzarote, one in Gran Canaria and another in Tenerife-, according to the data of the Ministry of Health.

Thus, of the total accumulated cases, 5,233 are active (-253), of which 72 are admitted to ICU (-9), 280 remain hospitalized (-3), while 4,881 are isolated at home (-241). In addition, 35,182 people have overcome the disease in the archipelago, after receiving 420 discharges in the last hours.

Refering to Cumulative Incidence (AI) at 7 days in the Canary Islands it stands at 53.17 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and after 14 days in 105.42 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

By islands, Tenerife It adds 65 cases, which brings the accumulated to 17,143, of which 2,235 are epidemiologically active (-6), 341 died (+1) and 14,567 obtained medical discharge.

Gran canaria, for its part, accumulates a total of 16,820 cases adding 78 in the last day and the active are 2,599 (-169), 196 died (+1) and 14,025 overcame the disease.

Lanzarote, for its part, accumulates 4,446 cases (+15), of which 144 are active (-75), 42 died (+3) and 4,260 received medical discharge; while Fuerteventura accumulates 1,692 cases (+9), of which 212 are active (-6), eight could not overcome the disease and 1,472 were cured.

Likewise, La Palma adds five cases and accumulates 408, of which 27 are active (+3), six died and 375 were cured; El Hierro remains with 290 accumulated cases, of which 11 remain active, while four died and 275 were discharged.

Finally, La Gomera it remains with an accumulated of 213, of which five are active and 208 who were discharged. It is the only island that has not had to mourn any deaths during the coronavirus crisis.


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