The report of the Department of Health reported no deaths from COVID-19; meanwhile, 204 confirmed cases and an additional 333 probable cases were registered.
This is a significant increase when looking at previous Health reports. For example, yesterday, Sunday, there were only 28 confirmed cases and 68 additional probable cases; and on Saturday, there were 27 confirmed cases and 60 additional probable cases. deaths is 155. It is important to remember that any death recorded after the report is issued will be reflected in subsequent reports.
The results of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 correspond to 1,030 women and 1,041 men. The total number of confirmed cases was adjusted to 2,071, after adding 21 cases: two previously reported as probable and that subsequently had a positive molecular test on April 8 and May 19. Similarly, 19 cases were added with a sample collection date of March 26 to June 19. Confirmed cases are those that have a molecular test, positive PCR.
On the other hand, an additional 333 probable cases were recorded. In this line, the total is 6,514, after being adjusted, by subtracting eight that had a positive molecular test, later. Two of these cases were added to previously confirmed cases and six were added to cases registered as part of this report. On the other hand, 119 probable cases were added with sample dates from April 13 to June 18. The probable cases are divided into 3,480 women and 3,034 men.
The adjustments in totals are made as part of an effort by the Department of Health, entities and clinical laboratories to ensure that all samples taken for COVID-19 are recorded in the Bio Portal, regardless of the date it was taken.
According to the Health Department dashboard, there are 115 people hospitalized.
Summary of the Health Department report:
Additional confirmed cases: 204
Total confirmed cases: 2,071
Additional probable cases: 333
Total probable cases: 6,514
Additional confirmed deaths: 0
Total confirmed deaths : 60
Additional probable deaths: 0
Total probable deaths: 95
Total reported deaths: 155