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More details on where the coronavirus cases are on the island
#1
Do we know on which parts of the island these cases are located? Would be interesting to know.
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#2
They never say where they are.
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Figures have been published of the location of cases, by Municipality, up until April 3rd - 12 live in Puerto del Rosario, 6 live in Antigua, 3 in La Oliva, 4 in Pájara and 5 in Tuineje.


https://www.ondafuerteventura.es/asi-se-...yxpEipf2rw

Figures for today show that of the 35 reported cases, 17 have recovered and 18 are active. No new cases reported today.
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A similar report is @ Diario today. Weird that they mention only 30 cases (12+6+3+4+5) although on Friday we already had 35 cases. Possibly not counting non-residents but not sure.
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The Gobierno de Canarias now published details of where cases currently are:

https://radiosintonia.com/una-aplicacion...-covid-19/

1. Go to gobiernodecanarias.org
2. Click on informacion COVID-19 on the right hand side at the top
3. Click on Datos
4. Click on the Municipality you want to find details for on the left-hand side.
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(08-04-2020, 08:42 AM)Captain Sensible Wrote: The Gobierno de Canarias now published details of where cases currently are:

https://radiosintonia.com/una-aplicacion...-covid-19/

1. Go to gobiernodecanarias.org
2. Click on informacion Covid-19 on the right hand side at the top
3. Click on Datos
4. Click on the Municipality you want to find details for on the left-hand side.

Thanks Cap'n. 5 active cases in La Oliva.
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Conflicting numbers from this government source, (40) and the reported government source of 36. It surely can't be difficult to have accord. Mas o menos diez por ciento is just not acceptable.
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(08-04-2020, 06:22 PM)milestone 11 Wrote: Conflicting numbers from this government source, (40) and the reported government source of 36. It surely can't be difficult to have accord. Mas o menos diez por ciento is just not acceptable.

My Spanish friend, a chemist, tells me that this is typically referred to as Efecto Martes, I doubt it needs translation.
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