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Five more die in Jalisco due to COVID-19

Jalisco

There are 107 deaths in the Entity due to the coronavirus; 48 new infections are registered

In the last 24 hours, five people lost their lives after contracting coronavirus, as reported by the Federal Government on Sunday.

Statistics from the Ministry of Health revealed that, with these deaths, there are already 107 people who lost their lives to the virus since March 23 , when the first death was reported.

A case of coronavirus confirmed as positive every half hour on average is how the 48 infections registered in the last 24 hours by the Jalisco Ministry of Health translate.

These were the contagions admitted by the Federal Health Secretariat, with which it accounts in the SINAVE 1,180 confirmed cases throughout the State.

With this figure, Jalisco is ranked 16th nationally with the most deaths from COVID -19 , while, with a rate of 1.27 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, it was ranked 30th.

Until the last cut released last night by the State of Jalisco, a total of 1,680 patients who tested positive for the virus (accumulated) were reported; This afternoon the State and Federal Governments agreed that only 370 of the cases are considered as assets and that the rest are already considered as recovered.

Statistics from the Federal Health Secretariat indicated that to this day only 29% of active cases are hospitalized, the rest are considered outpatient, that is, they are under medical follow-up at home.

For its part, the University of Guadalajara has reported 372 positive people (with thirteen new cases today), which were detected by the laboratories of the Civil Hospital of Guadalajara and the University Center for Health Sciences (CUCS).

In turn, the two authorized private laboratories have identified 212 confirmed cases (with 23 new cases today). In other words, in total, in the last 24 hours 84 new infections were reported in the State: seven cases every two hours. Altogether they add thousand 764 cases.

Of the 125 Jalisco municipalities, 52 have reported confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic to date, of which 25 report active cases, that is, in the last 14 days they started with symptoms of this disease. 370 people are distributed in them.

On the other hand, 131 recovered people were registered: 105 by clinical laboratory criteria (one more), who have a PCR test with a negative result for the coronavirus, and 21 days from the first symptoms, without one in the last week; and 26 for clinical epidemiological criteria, who have 28 days from the first symptoms, without a single one the last week.

Deaths registered at the last cut this Sunday:

-62-year-old man, resident of Tlaquepaque. Background: diabetes, hypertension and smoking. He began with respiratory symptoms on May 15, so he entered the IMSS Regional General Hospital 46 in Guadalajara the same day, where he died on May 21.

-79-year-old man, resident of Zapopan. Background: hypertension, heart disease, chronic kidney disease and obesity. He made a trip to San Diego, California, began with respiratory symptoms on May 11, and was admitted to the Zapopan General Hospital on May 14, from where he was referred on the 17th to the Civil Hospital of Guadalajara "Dr. Juan I. Menchaca ”, where he died on May 23.

-62-year-old woman, resident of Ayutla. Background: hypertension, obesity, diabetes and smoking. He started on May 10 with respiratory problems and entered the IMSS Zone 20 General Hospital in Autlán on May 15, where he died on May 21.

-71-year-old woman, resident of Tonalá. Background: hypertension and diabetes. He began with respiratory conditions on May 10, for which he entered the Specialty Hospital of the IMSS National Medical Center of the West, in Guadalajara, on May 20, where he died on May 21.

-67 year old man, resident of Tlajomulco. Background: hypertension, diabetes and smoking. He presented the first symptoms last May 16, and entered the IMSS Regional General Hospital 46 in Guadalajara on May 20, where he died on the same day.

Google translation from Informador.


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