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Would you like to establish an advertising relationship on the cvcanarias pages?

The products and offers that are advertised on our pages will have a great impact not only on our islands but also on the entire European territory since many of our users follow the news related to the Canary Islands from abroad.
In addition, cvcanarias is an ideal space for companies or institutions belonging to the medical and tourism sector to promote themselves to a wider and more defined public.
The main page of our site together with the islands, municipalities and vaccination status are the ones that receive the most visits.
We can place banners in the header and in the central area of the page.
The dimensions of the banners are: 728 × 90, 345 × 345, 300 × 250 pixels.
We will also publish the names of our sponsors on our social networks (Facebook, Twitter)

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Information on historical data
The display of differences from the previous day is indicative. Since the case validation process takes time to define itself, some variations may occur in the values of the previous days. We try to keep these variations synchronized and therefore, in some graphs and tables, historical data may appear different from those shown as a difference between one day and the other on the day of publication.