131 COVID-19 patients have been discharged in the Canaries in the last 24 hours - Positive News from the Canary Islands

Published on April 14, 2020
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Darwin's Orchid - Image source: Piramides de Guimar Facebook Page 

Let's also share some positive news, among all this panic and chaos. We will try to find some good news to share from the Canary Islands, from Spain and the entire world, so we can keep up the hope.

April 14, 2020 

1. 131 patients with Coronavirus have been discharged in the Canary Islands in the last 24 hours. Hospital discharges are now at the count of 589,  which means that only in the last 24 hours, 131 patients have recovered and have been cleared for discharge. (Diario de Avisos)

2. The first patient moved to the ICU in Lanzarote leaves the intensive care unit. This Monday, the first patient to be admitted to intensive care for coronavirus since March, has left the ICU of the Hospital Doctor José Molina Orosa, in Arrecife. (Canarias 7)

3. The story of an 88-year-old Spanish couple who defeated the coronavirus together. Side by side in the hospital, Guadalupe and José were able to defeat Covid-19, which claims 22.2% of patients in their age group. (El Pais)

4. A Darwin's Orchid has bloomed for the first time in the Canary Islands in the Tropicarium of the Botanical Garden Pyramids de Güímar. This Orchid native to Madagascar is an example of coevolution. It has a 30 cm spur with attractive nectar. When he was first introduced to the orchid, the renowned scientist predicted that there should be a butterfly that would have a proboscis equal in size to the Orchid's spur. In nature, everything has an explanation, and 42 years later the butterfly "Xanthopan morganii praedicta" was described, thus confirming Darwin's prediction. (Piramides de Guimar)

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