Jalisco records 113 deaths from COVID-19 during May
The state totals 143 deaths; 27 deaths were confirmed in April and only 3 in March
Jalisco closed the month of May with a total of 113 deaths caused by complications generated by the COVID-19 virus. The Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) confirmed this Sunday four more deaths with which the accumulated reached 143, of that total 113 deaths occurred in the last month. In April 27 deaths were confirmed and in March only three.
The SSJ reported that the recent deaths correspond to an 84-year-old man, a resident of the municipality of Ciudad Guzmán; with a history of hypertension and diabetes . He began with respiratory symptoms on May 23, and entered the General Hospital of Zone 9 of this municipality on the 25th and then transferred to the General Regional Hospital 110 of the IMSS in Guadalajara, where he died on May 30.
The second death was a 69-year-old man, a resident of the municipality of Tlaquepaque , with a history of hypertension. He began with respiratory conditions on April 20, and entered the IMSS Regional General Hospital 46 in Guadalajara on April 27, where he died on May 30.
He also became aware of the death of a 93-year-old woman from Guadalajara, with a history of hypertension. He began with respiratory problems on May 24, and entered the IMSS Regional General Hospital 46 on the 28th of May in Guadalajara, where he died on May 30th.
The fourth death reported today was a 66-year-old woman from Tlajomulco , with a history of obesity. The patient started last May 9 with respiratory affections, for which reason she was admitted on May 11 to the "Dr. Valentín Gómez Farías" Regional Hospital of the ISSSTE, in Guadalajara, where she died on May 30.
Of the 143 reported deaths, 46 correspond to Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta 19, Zapopan 15, Tonalá 12, Tlaquepaque 9, El Salto 6, Tlajomulco 6, La Barca 4, Ocotlán 3, Tomatlán 3, El Grullo 2, Acatic 1, Tequila 1, Tecolotlán 1, Colotlán 1, Zapotlán del Rey 1, San Julián 1, Tepatitlán 1, Poncitlán 1, Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos 1, Cihuatlán 1, Ayotlán 1, Ayutla 1, Huejúcar 1 and Ciudad Guzmán.
In addition to a Nayarit resident, who received care in Zapopan; two residents of the State of Mexico, who received care in Zapopan and La Barca, respectively, and a resident of Puebla, who died in Tlaquepaque.
They report 150 recovered patients
In Jalisco, the number of people recovered from COVID -19 was increased to 150 , of which there is complete certainty of their recovery as they have met the clinical criteria. In 120 cases, they are people who have a negative PCR test for the coronavirus. In thirty cases, they are patients who have already spent 28 days from the onset of symptoms and seven days without any condition.
Of the total number of people recovered, 43 are female and 107 are male. As for the age group, they are very homogeneously distributed, with a slight predominance in the population between 30 and 34 years of age (22 cases) and 65 and over (22 cases).
The Jalisco Ministry of Health notified one hundred new infections to accumulate 1,760 confirmed cases. Additionally, the University of Guadalajara has reported 512 positive people (6 new ones) and the two authorized private laboratories have identified 413 confirmed cases (37 new cases).
Of the 125 municipalities in Jalisco, there are 63 that have reported confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic to date, and of these 37 municipalities with active cases (which started symptoms in the last fourteen days). This Sunday there are 625 patients registered as active cases.
Of the hospitalized patients, today they were reported in stable condition 25, severe 139 and very severe 21.
Eight more infections were reported among health personnel, totaling 184 affected . No new cases were confirmed in the Puente Grande prison complex, they remain at 95.
Google translation from Informador.