Every Thursday, the Canary Islands Government review Covid restriction levels for each island.
They review the latest covid data and decide what level of restrictions each island should be on.
The decisions are announced Thursday evening.
So how did your favourite island do since the last review?
This report is based from Thursday the 16th of September to this Wednesday the 22nd of September.
New cases this week v last week.
7-day incident rate this week v last week.
14-day incident rate this week v last week.
Covid in hospitals Wednesday the 15th of September v Wednesday the 22nd of September.
Covid in Intensive Care Units Wednesday the 15th of September v Wednesday the 22nd of September.
|Very high risk||High risk||Medium risk||Low risk||Normal risk|
Risk indicators Level by Island
|Island||7 day covid rate||14 day covid rate||Covid in hospital||Covid in ICU||Test positive rate||Current level|
|Tenerife||Very high||Very high||Medium risk||Medium risk||Very high risk||Level 2|
|Gran Canaria||Very high risk||Very high risk||Medium risk||Low risk||Very High risk||Level 2|
|Lanzarote||Medium risk||Medium low||Low risk||Normal risk||Very high risk||Level 1|
|Fuerteventura||High risk||High risk||Low risk||Normal risk||Very high risk||Level 1|