Canary notifies 81 new shoots in the last week, which represents a new decrease with respect to those notified seven days ago, which were 131, and a significant decrease with respect to those of 14 days ago, which totaled 141. This decrease is in line with the decrease in the Accumulated Incidence (AI) in the entire Archipelago and the drop in daily cases.
To the 81 new outbreaks are added those that are being monitored, which are 23 counting those that have been closed and those that are added from the previous week. In total, the new outbreaks add up to 346 associated cases, a decrease of 267 cases compared to the 613 reported last week.
Of these, 38 have occurred on the island of Gran Canaria (31 less than the previous week); 26 in Tenerife (19 less than last week); nine in Lanzarote (six more than the previous week) and eight in Fuerteventura (three less than last week).
By areas, there are 27 social outbreaks, among which one registered in Santa Lucía de Tirajana stands out as the most numerous, with family branches, with nine people affected.
The social outbreaks are followed in number by relatives, with 26, all of them related to different addresses. In this sense, it should be noted that the trend of outbreaks with fewer associated cases is maintained and most of them have less than five people, although two registered in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria stand out for more numerous, with six and seven associated cases, and another in Mogán with six affected.
Family outbreaks are followed in number by those linked to socially vulnerable groups with 14, of which 12 are directly related to the arrival of boats or boats with positives on board. Of them, seven are in Lanzarote, two in Gran Canaria and another two in Fuerteventura. The other two outbreaks of socially vulnerable groups are located on the island of Lanzarote.
There are ten labor outbreaks and are distributed among construction companies (2), restoration (3), commerce, the food industry, home care, other sectors and on a cargo ship, the latter being registered in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the most numerous of the notified labor, with five affected.
In the health and social health fields, an outbreak was reported in the General Hospital of Fuerteventura, affecting three people, and three in social health centers: one in the Ballesol Residence in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, affecting seven people, including four residents and two workers; another at the Nuestra Señora del Amparo residence, in Icod de los Vinos, with three affected, two of them residents; and an outbreak at the Bonanza Residence in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, with five affected, four residents and a worker.
Of the outbreaks being monitored, two of mixed origin stand out (where work, social and family environments are mixed), notified in August in Mogán and Artenara, which already have 35 and 29 associated cases, respectively. Two notified last week also stand out, a mixed one in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria that already has 12 affected and another social one with family branches in Gáldar that already has eight affected.