The escalation of covid infections places Fuerteventura at level 2 and the rest of the islands remain at 1

The change in the level of Fuerteventura comes into effect at 00:00 on Monday the 15th until November 25, being subject to periodic revaluations, even before the date indicated if necessary.

On that island, the report includes that in the last week there has been a considerable increase in AI7d, which increases by 133% between November 3 and 9 (from 30 cases per 100,000 inhabitants to 70.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants ) being less than five points from high risk. This increase is even more marked in the population aged 65 and over.

With regard to care occupation, the report details that the impact of the increase in incidence on the indicators is not yet appreciated, but it is expected that it will manifest itself as of next week, given that severe cases take on average a few 14 days from the onset of symptoms to hospital admission. Since the island is in a situation of high risk of transmission, due to a sudden worsening of the epidemiological situation (rapid increase in the incidence rate in one week, especially in those over 65 years), it is proposed to increase the level of alert 2.

In the entire territory of the autonomous community, between November 3 and 9, 912 new cases of covid-19 were reported, what it supposes an increase of around 64.3% in the daily average of new cases in relation to the previous week, in which 555 cases were registered.

The average 7-day AI rate in the Canary Islands as a whole and by islands increased by around 19.3%Thus, from a daily average of 28 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, it went to 34.4 cases in the last week. By islands, all are at a medium risk level, except La Palma, which this week is at a low risk level and El Hierro at very low.

The 14-day daily average AI rate has increased to a greater or lesser extent in all the islandsTherefore, for the Autonomous Community as a whole, the increase is 16.3% and it is at medium risk in this indicator.

The evolution of accumulated incidents responds to the general relaxation in maintaining non-pharmacological preventive measures (mask, physical distance, ventilation, hand washing) despite the fact that they have amply proven their effectiveness. Therefore, the Ministry of Health insists on the need to maintain preventive measures to avoid risks of transmission of COVID-19.

Healthcare indicators

Regarding the healthcare indicators, the daily average of occupied conventional hospital beds During the last week by covid-19 patients it increased by 12.5% ​​compared to the previous week, with an average of 90 beds occupied, although the percentage of occupancy is at a very low risk level in all the islands, except in Gran Canaria and La Palma, which are at low risk.

The number of ICU beds occupied breaks the downward trend that began two months ago although it is still at low risk, with a total of 20 patients currently admitted to ICUs in the Archipelago.The median age of all people hospitalized for COVID-19 in the last 14 days is 65 and a half years.

80% of the people admitted to critical units diagnosed during the last 2 weeks, had not received the complete vaccination schedule and 54.4% of the people admitted for COVID and diagnosed in the last 14 days had no previous pathologies, this percentage increases in unvaccinated patients in whom 57.1% had no other known pathologies.

The cumulative incidence rate of COVID-19 cases in the last week is 3.2 times higher in the population that has not received any vaccine dose compared to the rate in the population that has received the full regimen.

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