The Canary Islands have registered 124 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, so that the total accumulated cases in the islands now rises to 60,272 with 2,830 active, of which 27 are admitted to the ICU and 207 remain hospitalized, according to data from the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government.
For the second consecutive day there has been no death from COVID-19 in the Islands, so the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic remains at 786, of which 437 have been in Tenerife; 275 in Gran Canaria; 49 in Lanzarote; 13 in Fuerteventura; 7 on La Palma; 4 in El Hierro, and 1 in La Gomera.
The Accumulated Incidence (AI) at 7 days in the Canary Islands stands at 56.34 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and the AI at 14 days remains at 105.15 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. To date, a total of 1,203,789 PCR tests have been carried out on the islands, of which 2,411 correspond to the last 24 hours.
By islands, Tenerife adds 91 new infections with a total of 27,482 accumulated cases and 2,230 epidemiologically active; Gran Canaria has 23,310 accumulated cases, 23 more than the previous day, and 394 active; Lanzarote adds five new cases with 5,729 accumulated and 70 epidemiologically active, and Fuerteventura adds three infections and has 2,554 accumulated cases and 129 active.
La Palma adds two new cases and stands with 576 accumulated and three assets; El Hierro, without new cases, has 372 accumulated and none active, while La Gomera does not add new cases, so its accumulated remain at 248 and four active.