SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 25 Aug. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has updated this Thursday the health alert levels for coronavirus after the epidemiological report of the General Directorate of Public Health that states that all the islands continue at the same level of alert in which they were, staying in level 1 or low risk.
In the autonomous community as a whole, the daily average of conventional hospital beds occupied by covid-19 patients decreased by 33.1 percent.
Thus, the level of risk in percentage of occupation of conventional beds remains at low risk for the Canary Islands and all the islands are at a low risk level or controlled circulation.
The number of occupied ICU beds also drops to 8 beds on average in the last week and the occupancy percentage stands at an average of 1.67 percent, in controlled circulation in the Autonomous Community as a whole and on all the islands.
The occupancy rate of ICU beds per 100,000 inhabitants drops to an average of 0.39 ICU beds occupied per 100,000 inhabitants, a low risk level, and all the islands remain in controlled circulation.
INCIDENCE IN PEOPLE OVER 60 YEARS OF AGE
In the autonomous community as a whole, the rate of Cumulative Incidence at seven days for people over 60 years of age continues to decline, with a decrease of 28.3 percent compared to the previous week.
In this sense, all the islands registered decreases and remain at a low risk level or controlled circulation.