CANARIES CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: ONLY 0.1% OF THE ARCHIPELAGO’S POPULATION HAVE TESTED POSITIVE
The Canary Islands figures for today, revealed that 1 more person has lost their life to coronavirus, meaing that incidence is now 100.63 cases per 100,000 people, Or 0.1% of the population.
There were also 12 new cases and 12 discharges, meaning a total of 2,167 registered cases, 1,048 medical discharges and 131 deaths as of 8pm tonight.
By islands, Tenerife continues to be the most punished, with 1,373 cases, followed by Gran Canaria, with 526, La Palma (88), Lanzarote (79), Fuerteventura (46), La Gomera (10) and El Hierro (4) .
Of the total registered cases, 1,181 are women, by 985 men, while currently there are 946 active patients under follow-up and 42 cases pending confirmation.
As for the deceased, Tenerife has 89 people who have lost their lives to the coronavirus, Gran Canaria 33, La Palma 5 and Lanzarote 4.
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