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Nine more deaths from the coronavirus are reported in Jalisco, totaling 432


In addition, the accumulated cases increased to 8,393 with 378 new ones.

This Friday there were six more deaths from COVID-19 in Jalisco, bringing the total to 432.

In addition, the accumulated cases increased to 8,393 with 378 new ones as reported by the Jalisco Health Secretariat ( SSJ ).

The new deaths are registered, by municipality, in Guadalajara (two), Puerto Vallarta (1), Tlajomulco (1), Zapopan (1), and Tlaquepaque (1).

Guadalajara remains in the first place of accumulated cases with two thousand 949 , followed by Zapopan with one thousand 519, Tlaquepaque with 713 and Puerto Vallarta with 644.

The Secretariat also reported that, although they are not considered a vulnerable group, young adults in Jalisco are being an important target of the COVID pandemic -19 : 34.8 percent of the confirmed cases to date are people between 25 and 39 years of age. .

This range represents three times more than infections in adults over 65 years of age, which represent one in 10 positive cases.

“That is why the Jalisco government encourages the young adult population not to let their guard down and stay home whenever possible ; for they are not only susceptible to catching and getting sick; rather, they increase the risk of transmitting the virus to their families, ”they indicated.

Deaths have also been recorded in this group: 25 people between the ages of 25 and 39 have died from infection with the new coronavirus .

Of the total number of cases, there are 1,780 active persons (people who started with symptoms in the last fourteen days).

Google translation from Informador.

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