The Canary Islands have registered 139 new cases of covid-19 and two deaths as a result of the disease in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health has reported.
The deaths have occurred in Tenerife and are a 101-year-old woman and an 84-year-old man.
By islands, Gran Canaria has 9,205 accumulated cases, of which 20 are new, and it has 1,524 active; Tenerife, with 8,185 accumulated cases, has 108 new cases and 2,601 active, and Lanzarote has 1,368 accumulated cases, 6 new cases and 58 active.
Likewise, Fuerteventura has 865 accumulated cases, 4 new and 61 active; La Palma does not add cases, so the accumulated figure remains at 210 and 10 assets, indicated in a statement.
La Gomera remains with 101 accumulated, not registering new cases in the last hours and its assets stand at 6.
El Hierro adds 1 new case, so the accumulated are 68 and the assets, 1.
The archipelago registers 4,019 active cases, of which 45 are admitted to the Intensive Care Units (ICU) and 197 in hospitalization.
The number of accumulated cases in the archipelago since the beginning of the pandemic is 20,002.
The cumulative incidence at 7 days in the Canary Islands stands at 35.71 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, while the cumulative incidence at 14 days is 77.97.
Until this Saturday, a total of 558,809 PCR tests have been registered, of which 3,704 were carried out this Friday.