They register the first case of COVID-19 in Tlaquepaque; add 120 in Jalisco
They detail that in Jalisco, the number of people positively diagnosed with this disease reached 120
This Saturday, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) reported that four new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Jalisco, one of which was the first reported in San Pedro Tlaquepaque. With these four cases, the number of people positively diagnosed with this disease reached 120, with tests endorsed by the National Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (InDRE).
"This Saturday, the State Epidemiological Surveillance System did not confirm deaths, thereby keeping the number of deaths from infection with the new SAR - CoV2 coronavirus at six ." The SSJ noted that 920 suspected cases in Jalisco have been ruled out to date, as their tests were negative for COVID-19.
Patients have been studied in 82 municipalities, of which cases have been confirmed in only 16 . “Most of the cases are concentrated in Zapopan (41 percent) and Guadalajara (35 percent); In addition, there are confirmed infections in Cuautla, Puerto Vallarta, Tomatlán, Tecolotlán, Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Ameca, Yahualica, San Julián, Lagos de Moreno, Tonalá, San Juan de los Lagos, El Grullo and Acatic ”.
The SSJ recalled that modules for the taking of tests were installed in the municipalities of Puerto Vallarta, Tomatlán and Autlán, in addition to this Saturday itinerant modules were installed in Yahualica and San Julián. This Sunday they will be in the municipalities of Tepatitlán and Lagos de Moreno.
Of the 120 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 80 percent have mild symptoms, which is why they have been treated at home. Another 23 people have required hospitalization, of which seven people were discharged for improvement and six for death. One more had a voluntary discharge, while nine patients are still hospitalized in private and public hospitals. Of these, four are stable, four serious and one more very serious.
The agency reiterated that the highest proportion of COVID-19 infections is concentrated in the male sex (61 percent); while the most affected age group is 45 to 49 years, with 13 percent. The agency has a record of 769 suspected cases.
Google translation from Informador.