There are 300 COVID-19 patients in Jalisco and 20 deaths
Local authorities report to the National Epidemiological Surveillance System nine new cases and one more death
This Friday, Jalisco reported nine new cases of COVID -19 and one more death from this disease on the platform of the National System of Epidemiological Surveillance.
In addition, the University of Guadalajara ( UdeG ) registered four more positive cases, thus closing the number of cases in the entity at 300.
Also, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) reported today the death by COVID-19 of an 89-year-old man, resident of the municipality of Guadalajara and with a history of diabetes and high blood pressure. The patient began with symptoms of respiratory disease on April 6 and was admitted to the "Dr. Juan I. Menchaca" Civil Hospital of Guadalajara, where he died on April 24.
The 20 accumulated deaths in Jalisco, by municipality of residence, correspond to Guadalajara (4), Zapopan (1), Tomatlán (2), El Grullo (1), Tonalá (1), Acatic (1), Puerto Vallarta (5) , Tequila (1), Tecolotlán (1), Tlajomulco (1), Ocotlán (1) and Colotlán (1).
The SSJ also confirms a total of 58 recovered cases.
To date, suspicious cases have been studied in 115 municipalities of Jalisco and, of these, infections have been confirmed in 30 municipalities. Today they are added to the list of territories with infections Tepatitlán and Teocuitatlán de Corona, with their first case respectively. However, only 18 municipalities report active cases (the one that started suffering in the last 14 days).
On the federal platform, the municipality of Guadalajara tops the list with 83 confirmed cases (31.6 percent); followed by Zapopan with 60 cases (22.8 percent); while Puerto Vallarta ranks third in the state with 35 confirmed infections in total (13.3 percent).
In fourth place is Tonalá with thirteen cases (4.9 percent); Cuautla with ten cases; Ocotlán with nine cases (3.4 percent) and Tlaquepaque with six (2.3 percent). The remaining 23 municipalities find five or fewer cases.
Adding the negative results reported by all laboratories, in Jalisco, 4,781 cases have been ruled out.
Three out of 10 required hospitalization
Due to presenting mild symptoms, 71 percent of the 263 cases confirmed on the federal platform have been handled with isolation at home; while three out of 10 have required hospitalization.
Of these, 25 have been discharged for improvement, 20 for death, a voluntary discharge and 30 are inmates in public and private hospitals.
Of the hospitalized patients, today at noon they were reported in stable condition (15), severe (nine) and very severe (six).
Google translation from Informador.