Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Jun 17 (EFE) .- The Canary Islands ranks as the seventh region with the least COVID-19 infections among its health personnel in the last month, with 16 new infections, the Ministry of Health has reported.
In this period of time, 1,429 cases were declared throughout the country, so the 16 positives in the Canary Islands represent 0.11% of the total, indicated in a statement.
According to the new epidemiological surveillance protocol of the Ministry of Health, between May 11 and June 11, the Canary Islands are among the Spanish regions with the lowest incidence of coronavirus among their health personnel, only surpassed by Cantabria with 8 cases; Murcia with 7; Ceuta with 6; La Rioja with 4, and Extremadura and Melilla, with 1 case each.
Immediately above the Canary Islands are Asturias and the Balearic Islands, with 21 cases each, Andalusia with 30; Galicia with 31 and Navarra with 36.
Finally, among the communities that have reported the most cases of toilets during this period of time are Catalonia (411), Madrid (288), Castilla La Mancha (269), Castilla y León (99), Aragon (72), Basque Country (69) and the Valencian Community (39). EFE