Hi , check the State of emergency thread and Repatriation from Fuerteventura, please.

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COVID-19 data open to the public
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Canary Department of Health released COVID-19 data to the public. The tool can be found here: https://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/princ...ronavirus/ Click on the "Datos COVID-19" (or this link) and you should see something like this -

   



Official blurb:
Quote:The free access website shows in a dynamic and interactive way the confirmed cases, discharges and deaths by municipalities.

The Ministry of Health of the Canary Islands Government, deepening its vocation of transparency, opens the management and monitoring data of the crisis of the coronavirus COVID-19 to the public. In addition, the computer tool, designed in record time, includes the main parameters to be able to study and understand the pandemic situation in the Archipelago.

This tool uses ESRI technology, the world standard for statistical visualization of the evolution of the virus. The information shown comes from the REVECA epidemiological database, which manages the Notifiable Diseases (EDO); of patients' health card information and databases of primary care and specialized care. All data is duly anonymised for statistical treatment, in compliance with the Organic Law on Data Protection.

The table reflects the positive cases adjusted to microbiological criteria (detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA by rt-PCR) according to the residence recorded on your health card. Some infected persons that appear in the total count may not be geographically assigned as they are foreigners or have no administrative domicile. The cases are also reflected by locality where the disease has been declared, these may not coincide with the municipality of actual residence, something that is especially observed in those municipalities where hospitals with laboratories are located.

The computation of closed cases includes those that have been discharged by the corresponding doctors and whose case has been reviewed and closed by the epidemiological authority.

This tool has been designed under the supervision of the General Directorate for Modernization of the Ministry of Public Administration by the public company Grafcan in coordination with the General Directorate of Public Health. In addition, the Directorate General for Research, attached to the Presidency, has participated in the project.

The tool is part of the digital impulse of crisis management of the Ministry of Health and is complemented by other initiatives such as simplifying access to the Electronic Office; the development of a PPP together with the Ministry of Health; the promotion of telephone lines open for the crisis such as 900 112 061 or psychological support through the same line; or the launch of an online self-test, among other initiatives.

Access the platform

The platform is hosted on the web www.gobiernodecanarias.org and is accessed through the prominent called 'COVID-19 alarm status' and once there in the 'COVID-19 Data' tab.
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They updated the web app and added more data. Worth a look.

Link for computers and mobile devices.

Here's the (G-translated) blurb:

Quote:The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands goes one step further in terms of transparency and opens new data on the management and monitoring of the crisis of the coronavirus COVID-19 to the public, thus giving a broader view of the impact of the Pandemic is taking place in the Archipelago.

Until now, the website included positive cases according to the patient's place of residence and according to the place where the case was declared; information on the distribution of positives by municipalities; the number of deaths by locality and the computation of epidemiologically closed cases.

To this information, we now add the data on active cases by municipality, including their distribution by type of hospitalization and graphs with the distribution of positives by sex and by age group and with the evolution of positive cases, deceased and closed since January 31, date on which the first positive was declared in the Canary Islands and all of Spain, on the island of La Gomera.

The incidence of COVID-19 in the Canary Islands is also broken down in absolute and relative numbers per 100,000 inhabitants, by postal code and the cumulative incidence (number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants) during the last 14 days.

Transparency and accessibility

This tool has been designed under the supervision of the General Directorate for Modernization of the Ministry of Public Administration by the public company Grafcan and the Computing service of the Canary Health Service, in coordination with the General Directorate of Public Health.

In addition, the Directorate General for Research, attached to the Presidency of the Canary Islands Government, has participated in the project.

The tool is part of the digital impulse of crisis management of the Ministry of Health and is complemented by other initiatives such as simplifying access to the Electronic Office; the development of a PPP together with the Ministry of Health; the promotion of telephone lines open for the crisis such as 900 112 061 or psychological support through the same line; or the launch of an online self-test, among other initiatives.
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Incredibly brief overview as it stands:

Tenerife: 571 of 1426 total cases remain active, 102 dead 
Gran Canaria: 136/550 active, 35 dead
La Palma: 44/93 active, 6 dead
Lanzarote: 21/81 active, 5 dead
Fuerteventura: 5/45 active, 0 dead
La Gomera: 0/8 active, 0 dead
El Hierro: 1/2 active, 0 dead


We have been nothing short of insanely fortunate on this island.
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(07-05-2020, 04:49 PM)Ducks Wrote: We have been nothing short of insanely fortunate on this island.

Yep. Just compare the numbers of Fuerteventura (116k population) and La Palma (85k population):

La Palma 93 cases, 6 dead vs Fuerteventura 44 cases, none dead.
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