COVID-19: 94 deaths in Canaries
The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has registered 1,858 confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus since January 31, 2020.
In this period, a total of 738 people have required
hospitalisation, of which 141 have needed ICU care. In addition, the report
reflects a number of 386 accumulated discharges and 94 deaths in that period.
Likewise, it should be noted that since Monday, March 30th,
the number of patients who have been discharged is higher than that of the
deceased. The total number of health personnel with COVID-19 is 389 confirmed
cases, which represents 1.3 percent of the staff of the Canary Health Service,
which is a figure of 30,000 .
Tenerife continues to be the island with the most
accumulated cases with 1,210 positives; 468 in Gran Canaria; 70, in La Palma;
64, in Lanzarote; 37, in Fuerteventura; 7, in La Gomera and 3 in El Hierro.
The accumulated deceased cases add up to 94 and of them 61
deceased have been in Tenerife; 4, on La Palma; 0, in La Gomera; 0, in El
Hierro; 26, in Gran Canaria; 3, in Lanzarote; 0, in Fuerteventura and 0, in La
With regard to deaths, the largest group affected continues
to be that of the elderly between 80 and 89 years.