There are 371 cases of COVID-19 in Jalisco
In the Entity, 21 new cases were reported, in addition to 21 more by UdeG laboratories, and one more by a private laboratory.
In Jalisco, 21 new cases of COVID-19 were reported, in addition to 21 new cases by the laboratories of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) and one more by the private laboratory. In total, there are 371 confirmed cases.
The UdeG and the private laboratory have the endorsement of the Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (InDRE) to carry out the PCR test that detects the new coronavirus, however its results are not taken into account by the federal government.
This Monday, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) did not record new deaths associated with COVID -19, so the report of 25 deaths is maintained.
These accumulate, by municipality of residence, in Guadalajara (5), Zapopan (1), Tomatlán (2), El Grullo (1), Tonalá (2), Acatic (1), Puerto Vallarta (5), Tequila (1 ), Tecolotlán (1), Tlajomulco (2), Ocotlán (2), Colotlán (1) and La Barca (1).
To date, suspicious cases have been studied in 115 municipalities of Jalisco and, of these, infections have been confirmed in thirty municipalities. However, only 15 municipalities report active cases (active case is the one that started suffering in the last 14 days).
On the federal platform, the municipality of Guadalajara tops the list with 88 confirmed cases, followed by Zapopan with 63 cases, Puerto Vallarta in third place in the state with 46 confirmed infections , Tonalá ranks fourth with 15, Ocotlán with thirteen, Cuautla and Tlaquepaque with ten, Ameca with eight, Tlajomulco with six, as well as Tequila and Tizapán el Alto with five infections respectively. The rest of the municipalities have less than five cases.
Adding the negative results reported by all laboratories, in Jalisco 5 thousand 410 cases have been ruled out to date.
Of the 28 hospitalized patients, today at noon they were reported in stable condition (fifteen), serious (eleven) and very serious (two).
Google translation from Informador.