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time in the Canary Islands is 13:36

We have so far collected and stored 2,377,402 COVID-19 data in the Canary Islands for 586 days

Real time tracking of the COVID-19 spreading in Canary Islands

Last updated: Yesterday 27/09/2021

Cases accumulated

94,801

4.36% of population

Cases Positives

1,840

0.08% of population

Recovered

91,978

97.02% of total cases

Deceased

983

Lethality 1.00%

Hospitalized

192

10.43% of actives cases

Critical

40

2.17% of actives cases

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Sars-Cov-2 variants in Canary Islands

Last updated: Yesterday 27/09/2021

Alfa (B.1.1.7)0%
Beta (B.1.351)/Gamma (P.1)0%
Delta (B.1.617.2)87.0%-9.70%

Sources (click to see the list) | Graphics and data processing: cvcanarias
The data shown represent the percentage of variant estimated by specific SGTF or PCR marker

Evolution of accumulated incidences

7 days incidence

25.69

14 days incidence

56.94

Risk indicators

  • Normal
  • Low Risk
  • Medium Risk
  • High Risk
  • Very High Risk
Island 7 days
incidence
14 days
incidence
Hospitals
COVID-19 occupancy
Critical
COVID-19 occupancy
Virus tests positive/
Week
Tenerife 24.66 52.01 2.45% 11.83% 2.42%
Gran Canaria 19.52 49.33 2.77% 10.22% 2.70%
Lanzarote 46.85 89.85 0.95% 4.17% 2.87%
Fuerteventura 64.31 146.99 1.45% 4.55% 4.91%
La Palma 9.59 11.98 1.09% 0.00% 1.67%
La Gomera 0.00 9.23 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
El Hierro 44.86 53.83 0.00% 0.00% 2.56%
Canary Islands 25.69 56.94 2.39% 9.24% 2.78%

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Islands - Incidence

Accumulated incidence (cases / population x 100,000)

Last updated: Yesterday 27/09/2021

TENERIFE

7 days

24.66

14 days

52.01

Cases / day

80,55,33,31,51,52,59,45,45,22,32,38,51,45,42,38,22,18,33,38,27,27,47,36,21
GRAN CANARIA

7 days

19.52

14 days

49.33

Cases / day

51,70,54,41,34,48,63,37,50,38,30,50,39,39,38,28,31,29,26,30,22,28,21,16,24
LANZAROTE

7 days

46.85

14 days

89.85

Cases / day

5,6,12,1,5,4,7,9,18,6,9,7,12,3,10,23,8,4,13,14,10,4,16,11,5
FUERTEVENTURA

7 days

64.31

14 days

146.99

Cases / day

17,13,13,2,9,21,12,16,13,21,7,12,20,9,26,10,13,9,12,15,12,13,8,15,2
LA PALMA

7 days

9.59

14 days

11.98

Cases / day

3,0,0,1,2,1,0,1,0,1,0,0,1,0,0,0,0,1,1,0,3,1,1,2,0
LA GOMERA

7 days

0.00

14 days

9.23

Cases / day

0,0,1,0,0,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
EL HIERRO

7 days

44.86

14 days

53.83

Cases / day

1,0,1,0,3,0,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,0,0,2,3,0,0,0,0,0

Hospitalizations

Last updated: Yesterday 27/09/2021

Related information

The situation in hospitals

Direct thread with doctors in hospitals in the Canary Islands to know how to fight the COVID-19 on the front line

Todos estamos deseosos de que, en un día no lejano, este titular fuera la portada de los periódicos locales: "Los hospitales de Canarias libres de COVID". Este deseo es para que las consultas externas de los hospitales estén a plena agenda atendiendo a los pacientes que están pendientes de que los vea un especialista. Este deseo es para que los quirófanos se encuentren a pleno rendimiento, con lo que las listas de espera de pacientes pendientes de intervenciones quirúrgicas, muchas de ellas graves, se puedan aliviar. Hay que recordar que a mes de Junio las personas que estaban incluidas en esta lista eran más de 27 mil, y más de 5000 llevaban más de 6 meses esperando por una intervención. [Haga clic aquí para continuar la lectura]

Este deseo de tener ya hospitales libres de COVID es también para que los servicios de urgencias puedan dar una atención digna a los pacientes durante su estancia, sin tener que permanecer horas o días en camillas en medio de pasillos, perdiendo toda su intimidad. También este deseo es para que las Unidades de Cuidados Intensivos puedan atender a todos los pacientes críticos dentro de esas unidades altamente especializadas y no en zonas habilitadas para poder atender a la gran demanda asistencial que supone una ola tras otra y que está poniendo a prueba la capacidad de resiliencia de los profesionales. Además, este deseo es para que los pacientes no estén solos durante los momentos más difíciles de sus días, debido a la restricción de las visitas a los hospitales. Este deseo es para que se acabe la información del estado de salud a los familiares a través del teléfono, donde se pierde toda la riqueza del lenguaje no verbal. Y sobre todo, un deseo de que los pacientes puedan despedirse acompañados de todos sus seres queridos, y no en la soledad de un hospital.

⎯ Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 22/09/2021
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Cases accumulated

45,367

Actives

1,022

Deceased

563

Medical discharge

43,782

7 days incidence

24.66

14 days incidence

52.01

Hospitalized

106

Critical

18

Cases accumulated

36,225

Actives

554

Deceased

332

Medical discharge

35,339

7 days incidence

19.52

14 days incidence

49.33

Hospitalized

81

Critical

20

Cases accumulated

6,830

Actives

93

Deceased

50

Medical discharge

6,687

7 days incidence

46.85

14 days incidence

89.85

Hospitalized

4

Critical

1

Cases accumulated

4,420

Actives

155

Deceased

17

Medical discharge

4,248

7 days incidence

64.31

14 days incidence

146.99

Hospitalized

0

Critical

1

Cases accumulated

1,099

Actives

10

Deceased

16

Medical discharge

1,073

7 days incidence

9.59

14 days incidence

11.98

Hospitalized

1

Critical

0

Cases accumulated

458

Actives

6

Deceased

4

Medical discharge

448

7 days incidence

44.86

14 days incidence

53.83

Hospitalized

0

Critical

0

Cases accumulated

402

Actives

0

Deceased

1

Medical discharge

401

7 days incidence

0.00

14 days incidence

9.23

Hospitalized

0

Critical

0

Cases accumulated

0

Actives

0

Deceased

0

Medical discharge

0

7 days incidence

0

14 days incidence

0

Municipalities - Residents

The criterion for distributing cases is based on the place of residence of the infected person

Last updated: Yesterday 27/09/2021

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LANZAROTE Cases Last 7 days (Actives) Show all

FUERTEVENTURA Cases Last 7 days (Actives) Show all

LA PALMA Cases Last 7 days (Actives) Show all

LA GOMERA Cases Last 7 days (Actives) Show all

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