3 new deaths reported by COVID-19 in Jalisco
There are 28 deaths in the Entity due to the disease; 441 confirmed cases are reported
This Wednesday, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) reported three new deaths from COVID-19 in Jalisco, with a total of 28 in 34 days, since the first was reported on March 23.
One corresponds to a thirty-year-old man, a resident of Zapopan , who started with symptoms of respiratory disease last March 30. The patient had no other conditions and died on April 27.
The second death reported today is from a 53-year-old woman, a resident of the municipality of Zapotlán del Rey. She suffered from diabetes and started with respiratory symptoms on April 19. He passed away yesterday, April 29.
While the third reported death is from a 72-year-old man from Guadalajara who suffered from diabetes, hypertension and ischemic heart disease . It started with suspicious symptoms of COVID-19 on April 17 and died on April 30.
The 28 accumulated deaths, by municipality of residence, correspond to Guadalajara (6), Zapopan (2), Tomatlán (2), El Grullo (1), Tonalá (2), Acatic (1), Puerto Vallarta (5), Tequila (1), Tecolotlán (1), Tlajomulco (2), Ocotlán (2), Colotlán (1), La Barca (1) and Zapotlán del Rey (1).
In addition, the national platform reported 21 more confirmed cases, the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) ten and the private laboratory reported four. With this, 441 patients are added.
To date, infections have been confirmed in 30 municipalities of Jalisco and only 14 have active cases (active case is the one that started suffering in the last 14 days).
Adding the negative results reported by all the laboratories, in Jalisco 6,569 cases have been ruled out to date.
Due to presenting mild symptoms, 74 percent of the 347 cases confirmed on the federal platform have been managed with isolation at home; while the rest have required hospitalization.
Of the 87 people who have required hospitalization for COVID-19, of which 36 have been discharged for improvement, 28 for death, a voluntary discharge, and 22 are hospitalized in public and private hospitals.
Of the hospitalized patients, today at noon they were reported in stable condition (twelve), severe (eight) and very serious (two).
Google translation from Informador.