The Canary Islands have registered 212 infections and three deaths by Covid-19 this Good Friday. According to the data advanced by Grafcan, the deaths of patients due to coronavirus They have been reported on the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Archipelago has recorded 47,258 positive cases and 677 deaths. Active cases have risen again with more cases of new infections than medical discharges. In this way, 4,587 active cases are counted on the Islands this day, 180 more than on Holy Thursday.
83 people remain in the ICUs while 279 patients are found on the hospital floor; in home isolation there are 4,225 people with coronavirus.
The Accumulated incidence at 7 days has increased again by one point to 59.01 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while at 14 days, it stabilized in 129.18 cases.
Tenerife has recorded 19,946 cases since the beginning of the pandemic (+81), 38 patients in the ICU and 163 in the hospital ward and 2,203 in home isolation; Gran Canaria registers 19,569 infections (+103) with 40 patients in the ICU and 108 in the ward, and 1,679 in home isolation; Lanzarote communicates 4,651 cases since March 2020 (+9) and maintains 5 people in the ICU, 1 admitted to the hospital ward and 67 in quarantine at their homes; Fuerteventura, with 2,090 cases since the start of the pandemic (+16), registers 5 patients in the hospital ward and 248 people in home isolation. La Palma has reported 3 more cases this day and maintains 477 infections since the start of the pandemic; 2 patients are still in the hospital ward and 25 are in quarantine at home.
El Hierro, with 300 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, does not report any case on this day and does not have any active case on the Island. La Gomera, for its part, with 225 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, does not report contagions this Friday and the only 3 active cases on the island are in home isolation.