Health has confirmed the negative by Covid-19 to two of the Italian patient patients at the Adeje hotel, in the south of Tenerife. At the moment they are still hospitalized but, after reconfirming the coronavirus negative, they will be discharged.
Right now they are 16 positive for coronavirus in the Canary Islands. Of the 21 that have been infected on the Islands, 5 have already been discharged after reconfirming the virus negative.
Chronology of Covid-19 in the Canary Islands
January 30: First case of Spain
The first case of coronavirus in Spain is confirmed in La Gomera. This is a German who had been in contact in his country with the virus
February 23: The protocol is reactivated
Health warns of a case of coronavirus in an Italian doctor who went to Tenerife in a group of ten people. The hotel where he was staying is isolated.
February 24: Three more positives
The direct contacts of the Lombard doctor, his wife and two friends, give positive.
February 26: New case in La Gomera
A resident woman who travels to Italy between February 4 and 8 tests positive and isolates all her contacts, including nine elderly users of a nursing home.
February 27: The ‘exit operation’ begins
The first tourists leave the H10 Costa Adeje Palace that is kept in quarantine.
February 29: Another Italian of the group
One of the Italians in the initial group is positive and raises the number of people affected among these tourists to 5.
March 2: A British hotel
A British woman who remained inside the hotel for the quarantine test positive in one of the tests carried out before she leaves the hotel.
March 4: The negatives begin
The resident of La Gomera denies two tests in a row and is discharged. It is the second negative in the Islands, after the German
March 5: First case in Gran Canaria
On March 5, three cases were discovered in the Canary Islands. One in La Laguna, another among the first group of Italians and, for the first time, one in Gran Canaria. The British gives double negative.
March 6: Six more cases
The foci of Gran Canaria and La Laguna add five more cases, to which a positive in Santa Cruz is added.
March 7: Four others confirmed
Three of them were diagnosed on the island of Tenerife and others, for the first time, in Fuerteventura.
March 8: Two high in Tenerife
The coronavirus negative of two of the guest patients at the Adeje hotel is reconfirmed.
The Ministry of Health maintains activated a toll-free telephone line (900 112 061), from which a Nursing team, under the coordination of the Canary Islands Emergency Service (SUC), will respond to requests for information from the public regarding prevention measures, possibilities of contagion and false concepts related to the virus.
In addition, it is recalled the importance of people who consider that they may have symptoms related to the coronavirus (cough, sore throat, fever and feeling of shortness of breath) and have returned in the last 14 days of any of the areas of risk or status related to someone who comes from those points, get in touch with 1-1-2, avoiding going directly to the Primary Care Centers or Hospital Emergencies. Through this route, the extraction of samples at the home will be managed, although the population is also asked to use this resource rationally and only when the above conditions are met.