UPDATE Coronavirus – 15th January 2021

The latest accumulated cases are now 30,946 there are 7,825 active cases 22,659 have recovered but deaths are 462.

By Island

Tenerife 

To find more information on municipalities, you can click the relevant link below

TENERIFE GRAN CANARIA LANZAROTE
Adeje Agaete Arrecife
Arafo Agüimes Haría
Arico Artenara San Bartolomé
Arona Arucas Teguise
Buenavista del Norte Firgas Tinajo
Candelaria Gáldar Tías
El Rosario Ingenio Yaiza
El Sauzal La Aldea de San Nicolás  
El Tanque Las Palmas FUERTEVENTURA
Fasnia Mogán Antigua 
Garachico Moya Betancuria 
Granadilla San Bartolomé La Oliva
Guía de Isora Santa Brígida Puerto del Rosario 
Güímar Santa Lucía Pájara
Icod Santa María de Guía Tuineje 
La Guancha Tejeda  
La Laguna Telde LA PALMA
La Matanza de Acentejo Teror Barlovento
La Orotava Valleseco Breña Alta
La Victoria de Acentejo Valsequillo Breña Baja
Los Realejos Vega de San Mateo El Paso
Los Silos   Fuencaliente
Puerto de La Cruz EL HIERRO Garafía
San Juan de La Rambla El Pinar Los Llanos de Aridane
San Miguel Frontera Puntagorda
Santa Cruz Valverde Puntallana
Santa Úrsula   San Andrés y Sauces
Santiago del Teide LA GOMERA Santa Cruz de La Palma
Tacoronte Agulo Tazacorte
Tegueste Alajeró Tijarafe
  Hermigua Villa de Mazo
  San Sebastián  
  Valle Gran Rey  
  Vallehermoso  

* To find more information visit CV. Canarias by clicking this LINK

For more info on Tenerife read the Red Queen Musings everyone’s favourite Tenerife Blog

 

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Still to early to celebrate

Yesterday there was lots of talk that by Monday, Tenerife would be lifting the curfew to 11.00pm and we could once again eat INSIDE restaurants.  Maybe we were just a bit too keen to accept the word of the newspapers.  The reality is it is still in the lap of the gods and we will have to wait until after tomorrows meeting before we celebrate or commiserate.

At its meeting on Thursday 14 January, the Governing Council agreed to modify the alert levels established on the islands of Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Gomera to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and to maintain those established on Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma and El Hierro.

The level changes will come into effect from 00.00 this Friday, 15th January, coinciding with the weekly update of the Cumulative Incidence (AI) Traffic Light, published on the website and will remain in force until and including 28th January, except in the cases of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, which will be reviewed again on Saturday this week in order to analyse the effectiveness of the measures implemented so far and to verify whether a change in level is justified in the light of the figures established by each island.

Alert levels by island: La Palma and El Hierro remain at alert level 1, to which La Gomera falls (from level 2 to 1) due to the favourable evolution of its indicators. Fuerteventura’s 7-day AI has increased 6 times in two weeks, raises its alert level 2, where Gran Canaria remains, at least until this Saturday, when it will be reviewed. As for Lanzarote, it has registered the worst evolution of the pandemic, with a 7-day AI that has increased exponentially in just over 3 weeks and has exceeded the threshold of what is considered “very high risk” of transmission, so it rises to alert level 3.

Tenerife, although it has halved the AI ​​peak to 7 days it needs to stay at alert level 3 for a few more days to verify that the downward trend is consolidating; on Saturday the data will be reviewed again.

For more info on Tenerife read the Red Queen Musings everyone’s favourite Tenerife Blog
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UPDATE Coronavirus – 14th January 2021

The latest accumulated cases are now 30,578 there are 7,743 active cases 22,337 have recovered but deaths are 458.

By Island

Tenerife 

To find more information on municipalities, you can click the relevant link below

TENERIFE GRAN CANARIA LANZAROTE
Adeje Agaete Arrecife
Arafo Agüimes Haría
Arico Artenara San Bartolomé
Arona Arucas Teguise
Buenavista del Norte Firgas Tinajo
Candelaria Gáldar Tías
El Rosario Ingenio Yaiza
El Sauzal La Aldea de San Nicolás  
El Tanque Las Palmas FUERTEVENTURA
Fasnia Mogán Antigua 
Garachico Moya Betancuria 
Granadilla San Bartolomé La Oliva
Guía de Isora Santa Brígida Puerto del Rosario 
Güímar Santa Lucía Pájara
Icod Santa María de Guía Tuineje 
La Guancha Tejeda  
La Laguna Telde LA PALMA
La Matanza de Acentejo Teror Barlovento
La Orotava Valleseco Breña Alta
La Victoria de Acentejo Valsequillo Breña Baja
Los Realejos Vega de San Mateo El Paso
Los Silos   Fuencaliente
Puerto de La Cruz EL HIERRO Garafía
San Juan de La Rambla El Pinar Los Llanos de Aridane
San Miguel Frontera Puntagorda
Santa Cruz Valverde Puntallana
Santa Úrsula   San Andrés y Sauces
Santiago del Teide LA GOMERA Santa Cruz de La Palma
Tacoronte Agulo Tazacorte
Tegueste Alajeró Tijarafe
  Hermigua Villa de Mazo
  San Sebastián  
  Valle Gran Rey  
  Vallehermoso  

* To find more information visit CV. Canarias by clicking this LINK

For more info on Tenerife read the Red Queen Musings everyone’s favourite Tenerife Blog

 

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