Imagen de la calle Castillo, en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, donde se ve a los ciudadanos haciendo las últimas compras. Sergio Méndez

The Canary Islands have registered 130 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, so that the total number of accumulated cases in the islands already rises to 56,846, and also has to mourn a death in Tenerife, so the total number of Deaths amount to 769, according to data from the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government.

Thus, of the total accumulated cases in the islands, 1,627 are active (+8), of which 30 are admitted to the ICU (-2), 191 remain hospitalized (-6) and 1,406 are at home (+16) . In addition, so far 54,450 people have overcome the disease in the archipelago after receiving 121 canaries.

As for the Accumulated Incidence (AI) at 7 days in the Canary Islands, it stands at 33.64 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and the AI ​​at 14 days is found at 68.84 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. So far 1,147,439 PCR tests have been carried out on the islands, of which 59,863 were positive, representing 5.22 percent.

By islands, Tenerife adds 79 new infections and accumulates 25,037 accumulated cases, of which 1,047 are epidemiologically active (+8), 426 died (+1) and 23,564 were discharged; while Gran Canaria has 22,714 accumulated cases (+28), of which 375 are active (-4), 269 died and 22,070 overcame the disease.

Lanzarote, for its part, accumulates 5,547 cases (+13), of which 135 are epidemiologically active (-4), 49 died and 5,363 received medical discharge; While Fuerteventura adds 10 infections and accumulates 2,298 cases, of which 65 are active (+9), 13 died and 2,298 overcame the disease.

La Palma maintains its accumulated in 566 cases, with four active (-1), seven deaths and 555 people who have recovered from the virus; El Hierro accumulates 371, not having any active cases, four deaths and 367 people were discharged.

Finally, La Gomera remains at 234 infections, of which one case is active, while its balance records one death and 232 people who have overcome the disease.

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