Confirmed cases of COVID-19 reach 510 in Jalisco
In the last 24 hours two new deaths occurred due to the disease, so the number of deaths in the entity amounts to 32
With 27 new positive cases for COVID-19 in Jalisco, the entity reached the number of 510 people infected and detected since the start of the pandemic, with another 688 suspected cases and 7,225 already discarded, the Jalisco Health Secretariat reported.
Of the positive cases, 79 people are already recovered , of which 53 were negative after the application of a PCR test and another 26 considered already recovered after completing 28 days from the onset of symptoms and spending the last week without manifestation of the disease. "In this way, there is certainty of his recovery."
Although positive cases have been identified to date in 32 municipalities, according to samples from the State Laboratory of Public Health and the Radar Jalisco strategy, there are only active cases in 17 of them, including Huejúcar and Degollado, which report their first contagion.
This Saturday, two deaths from the disease were also reported . The first corresponds to a 75-year-old man from Guadalajara who had a history of diabetes and high blood pressure. He began with symptoms on April 26 and was hospitalized on April 29 at Social Security Regional General Hospital 110, where he died the same day.
The second death was of a 61-year-old woman from Tijuana, who was in Guadalajara and had a history of diabetes. Her symptoms started on April 10 and she was hospitalized at Social Security Clinic 46 on April 15. He passed away this Friday.
With these, they add 32 deaths in Jalisco: eight in Guadalajara, six in Puerto Vallarta, two in Zapopan, Tomatlán, Tonalá, Tlajomulco and Ocotlán and one in El Grullo, Acatic, Tequila, Tecolotlán, Colotlán, La Barca, Zapotlán del Rey and Saint Julian.
Seven more cases in Puente Grande
This Saturday, seven other positive cases were confirmed in the Puente Grande Preventive Prison, for a total of 58. According to the Ministry of Health, “the majority of the cases in Puente Grande are asymptomatic and have not required hospitalization. All the patients are stable and in isolation from the rest of the prison population; as they complete the isolation period to be discharged, prior to the corresponding studies, ”they assured through a statement.
Google translation from Informador.