May 14, 2021

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Health reports 12 deaths from COVID-19


The Department of Health reported today 12 additional deaths from COVID-19 251 confirmed cases and 376 probable additional. [19659002] Of the 12 deaths, 10 were cataloged as confirmed . These correspond to a 73-year-old man from the Bayamón region, a 62-year-old man from the Bayamón region, an 85-year-old man from the Arecibo region, an 85-year-old man from the metropolitan region, a 78-year-old man year-old from the metropolitan region, a 68-year-old man from the Bayamón region, a 63-year-old woman from the metropolitan region, a 68-year-old man from the Ponce region, a 73-year-old man from the Bayamón region and a 64-year-old man from the Bayamón region.

The other two deaths were registered as probable and correspond to two women aged 87 and 91, from the Caguas and metropolitan regions, respectively. [19659002] With these fatalities, the total of coronavirus deaths increased to 424, and they are divided into 280 confirmed and 144 probable.

On the other hand, the total of confirmed case results is 14,726 of which 7,742 are women and 6,984 are men. The total was adjusted after subtracting three duplicate cases and adding nine cases with sampling dates from May 4 to August 6. The cases reported today are those that have a positive PCR test, with a sample collection date of August 15 to 25.

Meanwhile, the 376 probable cases reported today have a sample collection date that includes between 14 and 25 of August. In this line, the total is 17,262 after subtracting 35 cases that subsequently had a positive molecular test and were added to this report. On the other hand, a duplicate case was subtracted and eight cases were added with sampling dates from May 6 to August 2. Probable cases are divided into 9,504 women and 7,758 men.

The Health dashboard indicates that 409 people are hospitalized for coronavirus. The figure yesterday was 403 .

People who feel anxious about the coronavirus, can call the PAS Line of Assmca [19659010] at 1-800-981-0023. Those with symptoms can contact the Department of Health at 787-999-6202.



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