The Canary Islands have 6,512 active cases of the Covid-19 pandemic, of which 284 are hospitalized, 52 in intensive care units. There are people with diagnosed coronavirus in 58 of the 88 Canarian municipalities, according to the statistics of the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government updated until 2:00 p.m. on Friday, October 16.
The Canary Islands have a cumulative incidence after 7 days of 37.66 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which is the lowest figure in the entire country.
After Tenerife, the island with the most cases per 100,000 inhabitants -or the equivalent of its population- in 7 days is Gran Canaria, with 26.9; followed by Lanzarote, with 21.01; El Hierro, with 18.23 and Fuerteventura, with 17.11. Far from the above are La Gomera, with 4.65 and La Palma, the least, with 3.63. These are data from the latest report from the General Directorate of Public Health dated October 15.
ACTIVE CASES BY MUNICIPALITIES
DATA FROM THE CANARIAN GOVERNMENT HEALTH COUNCIL