All the Canary Islands will remain at low health risk level for Covid-19 for another week, according to the Regional Ministry of Health this Thursday following the epidemiological report of the Directorate General of Public Health.
In this way, the daily average of conventional hospital beds occupied by Covid-19 patients in the archipelago stands at 1.44 percent; and the level of risk in percentage of occupation of conventional beds is at low risk level or in controlled circulation.
Meanwhile, the number of occupied ICU beds remains in controlled circulation on all islands, with an average weekly occupancy rate of 1.5 per cent, with all islands remaining in controlled circulation for this indicator.
Likewise, the occupancy rate of ICU beds per 100,000 inhabitants is at an average of 0.37 occupied ICU beds per 100,000 inhabitants, with all islands remaining in controlled circulation.
Finally, in the Canary Islands, the seven-day cumulative incidence rate for those over 60 years of age is 48.71 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. In this parameter, all the islands are in controlled circulation, except for La Gomera, which is now at low risk.