UPDATE Coronavirus – 22nd April 2021

The Ministry of Health has updated its database and reported the latest accumulated cases which are now 51,392. There are 4,001 active cases 46,677 have recovered but deaths are 714.  

By Island (Click image to enlarge)

Tenerife

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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  

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One dead and two women in critical condition, the victims of a tragic house fire early Thursday morning in La Laguna.

One deceased and two women in critical condition, after presenting a severe case of dyspnoea (difficulty in breathing), were the victims of a tragic fire which occurred in the early hours of this Thursday, at around 02.30 am, on the third floor of a building in Calle Volcán Cañas Dulces, in Los Majuelos, La Laguna. As reported by the Emergency and Security Coordination Centre of the Canary Islands Government (CECOES 1-1-2), informing of a fire in a multi-storey building and that there were people inside.

All the necessary emergency resources were immediately activated. Members of the Tenerife Fire Brigade attended the scene, who managed to rescue the residents of the building, extinguished the fire and ventilated the building; also key was the work of the Canary Islands Emergency Service (SUC) personnel, who arrived in a medicalised ambulance and a basic life support ambulance, and who were responsible for assessing the two women, aged 50 and 77, who, at the time of the initial assistance, presented severe dyspnoea and were transferred to the University Hospital of the Canary Islands; In addition, during this incident, the Local and National Police assisted the emergency services and carried out the evacuation of the adjoining dwellings.

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Hospital del Sur will inaugurate its operating theatres this Friday

Gynaecology and Traumatology operations will begin in approximately two weeks, in addition to Ophthalmology, as confirmed by the Health Department today

The Hospital del Sur has added major outpatient surgery to its portfolio of services as of this Friday. The activity begins with the performance of twenty ophthalmological surgeries in the operating theatres.

In this way, the services of this health centre will be progressively extended to new specialities, such as gynaecology and traumatology, from May onwards. If the forecasts are met, four of the eight operating theatres will be opened. “The operations to be performed are minimally invasive,” explained Plaforma Hospital del Sur Ya!

 

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