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They add 4 more cases of COVID-19 in Jalisco; there are 94


In addition, there are 377 suspects: 102 more than on Monday, though deaths have not increased.

In the Entity the Covid-19 does not stop, although with fewer cases. According to a report by the Federal Health Secretariat (Ssa), to date there are 94 confirmed cases: four more compared to yesterday, plus four asymptomatic.

According to epidemiological data from the Jalisco Ministry of Health (SSJ), of the 98 COVID -19 positive people (sick and asymptomatic) 87 are ambulatory when presenting mild symptoms, for which they are under care in their homes.

While eleven more required hospitalization. Of these, four were discharged due to improvement, three due to death and four remain hospitalized -two in private hospitals and two in Social Security hospitals-, in stable condition (1), delicate (2) and very serious (1).

In addition, according to the SSJ there are 377 suspects: 102 more than on Monday, and 628 discarded, while the deaths remain in three that occurred in the municipalities of Guadalajara, Zapopan and Tomatlán .

As of today, he reported that suspicious cases have been studied in 69 municipalities of Jalisco, and only eight of them have been confirmed: Zapopan , Guadalajara, Cuautla , Tomatlán , Tecolotlán . Tlajomulco de Zúñiga , Puerto Vallarta and Ameca .

Regarding gender, the highest proportion of COVID-19 infections occurs in males (59 percent); while the age group most affected by viral infection is 50-54 years with a proportion of 14 percent.

At the federal level, deaths total 29 : one more than yesterday, in Mexico City (8), Jalisco (3), Sinaloa (3), Hidalgo (3), San Luis Potosí (2), Coahuila (1), Durango (1), Estado de México (1), Michoacán (1), Morelos (1), Oaxaca (1), Puebla (1), Querétaro (1), Quintana Roo (1) and Veracruz (1).

Also, there are 1,215 confirmed cases and 3,511 suspects.

Google translation from Informador.

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