April 11, 2021

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Health reports 27 infections and 41 probable cases of coronavirus

The report of the Department of Health did not report deaths from COVID-19; meanwhile, 27 additional confirmed cases and 41 probable cases were registered.

For this report, 27 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered; however, the total was adjusted to 1,729, after adding nine cases with sampling dates from April 30 to June 15. The results of confirmed cases correspond to 862 women and 867 men. Confirmed cases are those with a positive PCR test.

On the other hand, an additional 41 probable cases were recorded. In this line, the total is 5,808, after being adjusted by subtracting two cases that had a positive molecular test, on April 30 and June 24; in addition, three duplicate cases were subtracted. Of the probable cases, 3,091 are women and 2,717 are men. Probable cases are those that test positive for a serological test.

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.

Without additional fatalities, the total number of confirmed deaths is 59 and the probable deaths are 94, therefore, the total number of deaths is 153 . It is important to remember that any death recorded after the report is issued will be reflected in subsequent reports.

Meanwhile, the Health Department dashboard reports that 121 people are hospitalized with COVID-19, an increase of 19 compared to 102 reported yesterday.

Summary of the Department of Health report:

Additional confirmed cases: 27

Total confirmed cases: 1,729 [19659002] Additional probable cases: 41

Total probable cases: 5,808

Additional confirmed deaths: 0

Total confirmed deaths: 59

Additional probable deaths: 0

Total probable deaths: 94

Total reported deaths: 153

For more information, you can access directly through the following address https://statuscovid19.pr.gov or through the website of the Department of Health www.salud.gov.pr/coronavirus .

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