The Canary Islands have registered four new deaths this Friday due to coronavirus, which brings this dramatic figure to 337 people since the pandemic began, in a day in which 111 new positives have also been reported because of the disease, which has caused a rise in active cases, to 4,329 people.
This is reflected in the data updated by the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands, which indicate that in the Archipelago 20,835 people have been infected since the pandemic started.
This increase in active cases is due to the fact that Hospital discharges were scarce during the day yesterday, accounting for only three, a strange data, and that leaves a total of 16,169 ‘survivors’ since the pandemic began.
Tenerife is once again the epicenter of deaths from viruses, after yesterday, Friday, adding two more deaths to their statistics, which brings the total in the Islands to 337 people -190 in Tenerife-. Refering to hospital pressure, this is reduced a bit, with 179 admitted to the ward, seven less than those reported yesterday, and 40 patients remain in the ICU, two less.
The cumulative incidence At seven days it stands at 39.4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while at 14 days it is at 77.74 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Tenerife has added 67 new infections of the disease in the last 24 hours, what a total of 8,758 since the pandemic started in February. From them, 2,942 remain active -67 more than yesterday-, 5,626 have received medical discharge -only 1 more- and the death of 190 people -two more- has had to be regretted.
For its part, in Gran Canaria the statistics of active cases continue their gradual decline and this Saturday they have been notified 1,240 convalescent people of the disease, which means 31 less than those reported on Friday. The total cases have increased by 30 people up to, since yesterday no medical discharge was signed and they remain in 8,015 hospital exits.
In Lanzarote, it has been produced six new infections in recent hours – there are already 1,399 in total -, of which 59 remain active and 1,331 have received medical discharge. Fuerteventura, for its part, has reported one more positive to its statistics -898 in total-, of which 61 remain convalescent and 833 have received medical discharge, none more than yesterday.
Finally, in La Gomera one more positive has been posted to 113 totals, of which 15 are still active. Both in El Hierro like in La Palma the statistics have not changed in the last hours.