UPDATE Coronavirus – 26th July 2021

In the last 24 hours there have been three deaths from covid-19 in the Canary Islands and 35 more hospitalized patients than on Saturday, according to data from the Ministry of Health. The deceased are two women of 90 and 65 years in Gran Canaria and a man of 87 in Tenerife, all with previous pathologies and all in hospital.

An outbreak of coronavirus declared in the Quesada Sánchez Family Shelter in the municipality of Tacoronte affects 10 confirmed users, of which three have required hospitalization but their progress is good; the rest, most asymptomatic, are isolated.

Today the Ministry of Health has updated its database and reported the latest accumulated cases which are now 75,489 There are 11,868 active cases 62,810 have recovered and the deaths are 811.

 By Island (Click image to enlarge)

Tenerife

To find more information on municipalities, you can click the relevant link below or by clicking on the following link.

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

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UPDATE Coronavirus – 25th July 2021

Today the Ministry of Health has updated its database and reported the latest accumulated cases which are now 74,883 There are 11,710 active cases 62,362 have recovered and the deaths are 811.

 By Island (Click image to enlarge)

Tenerife

To find more information on municipalities, you can click the relevant link below or by clicking on the following link.

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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Tenerife Weather 25th – 31st July

How did last week’s weather compare to the forecast? – We started the week on an Orange alert and if you had just looked at the Aemet chart you could be forgiven that what you would have was lots of sunny and warm weather.  What we actually got was the highest temperature recorded in the Canary Islands on Sunday which registered a maximum of 41.6ºC at 12:10, in of all places, Tenerife South Airport which is normally windy. On Thursday morning there was a yellow alert for the metropolitan area and in less than two hours the authorities were counting about fifteen incidents due to the intensity of the wind, fortunately none too serious. 

The Tenerife airports suffered again on Friday as the fog  and  strong winds affected their schedules with up to 15 diversions and nine cancellations. As of Saturday morning which I didn’t think looked particularly overcast, Tenerife South, diverted two flights from Manchester and London to Fuerteventura.

Weather in South Tenerife:  Sunny with some light cloud early in the week. Temperatures are set to rise as the week progresses pushing the mercury up into the 30s by the weekend.Weather in North Tenerife: Sunny on Sunday and Monday, then cloud and sun for the rest of the week.  Temperatures should be 25ºC and there will be a bit of a breeze coming from the North /North East each day at around 30-35kph.

This time last year: The last week of July 2020 in the south saw average daytime temperatures of 30.85°C and hot and sticky nights of 20.97°C.  In the north, the week was a mixture of sunshine and light to moderate cloud. Temperatures averaged 24.97°C and 20.3°C. 

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