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Coronavirus rates in the Canaries: January 19th update 

The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands  notified 312 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19 as at January 19th. 

The total accumulated cases in the Canary Islands is 31,984
with 8,178 active, of which 62 are admitted to the ICU and 309 remain
hospitalised. 

In the 24 hours up until January 19th,  there were
seven more deaths,  five of them in Tenerife, one in Gran Canaria and one
in Lanzarote, aged between 64 and 96 years. Two of the deaths are associated
with the outbreak in the Cataleya centre for the elderly and another
socio-health centre in La Matanza, in Tenerife.

The Accumulated Incidence at seven days in the Canary
Islands stands at 95.76 and at 14 days at 178.09.

By islands, Tenerife added 42 cases with a total of 14,840
accumulated cases and 4,613 epidemiologically active cases; Gran Canaria has
12,558 accumulated cases, 135 more than the previous day and 2,442 active.
Lanzarote adds 114 new cases with 2,654 accumulated and 876 epidemiologically
active; Fuerteventura has 1,281 accumulated cases with 20 more cases than the
previous day and 223 active. La Palma does not register new cases and has 329
accumulated and three active cases; La Gomera without new cases, remains at 207
accumulated and nine active. For its part, El Hierro adds a new case and has
115 accumulated and 12 assets.

To date, a total of 740,412 PCR tests have been carried out
in the islands, of which 2,460 correspond to January 18th.