New day below 100 new positives from Covid-19 in the islands, that They add 91 cases of coronavirus this Tuesday to reach 19,450 total since the pandemic began, although active cases continue to decline: In actuality there are 4,158 patients convalescing from the disease, 59 fewer than those reported by the Ministry of Health Monday.
This Tuesday they have also been counted two new deaths from the disease, both in Tenerife (which already adds 170 since the pandemic began), which brings this dramatic figure in the Canary Islands to 313 people.
With a total of 151 deaths, the second wave in the Islands – which began on August 1 – begins to approach the figures recorded during the first wave in March. In fact, from March 14 to May 31, 184 deaths were registered, only 33 more than in this second wave, which is also having a longer duration.
Regarding the medical discharges, There have been 148 in the last 24 hours, and there are already a total of 14,979 since the pandemic began. For their part, hospitalizations They have increased and there are already 195 patients in the ward, four more than yesterday, while ICU admissions have been reduced by one person -44 in total-.
The cumulative incidence it rises slightly in the Islands both to seven days -35.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants- and to 14 days -82.38 cases-.
Tenerife continues to command the new positives detected in the Archipelago and, according to data from this Tuesday, it registers 76 cases -7,769 total-, of which 2,574 remain active. This figure has been reduced in the last 24 hours by 36 people thanks to the 110 medical discharges that have been recorded.
For its part, Gran Canaria It has only added seven new cases with a total of 9,112 accumulated and 1,450 epidemiologically active, which represents a decrease of 27 patients in the last 24 hours.
Lanzarote It has had a rebound of five new positives that make a total of 1,345 since the pandemic began, and its assets stand at fifty, two more than yesterday. While, Fuerteventura It has only added two new positives to 853, 68 of which remain epidemiologically active.
In La Palma there has been a new medical discharge that places active cases on the island at eight people, while La Gomera a new positive has already been recorded (99 in total, seven of them active). El Hierro His statistics have not changed compared to yesterday.