August 4, 2021

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Health reports 325 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 315 hospitalized

The report of the Department of Health reported no deaths from COVID-19; meanwhile, 325 confirmed cases and 255 additional probable cases were registered .

Meanwhile, the total number of people hospitalized for the disease is 315, according to the virtual Health tool known as "dashboard", one less than the 316 reported yesterday . About a month ago, by June 22, there were only 70 people hospitalized.

Worldwide: 600,000 dead and 14 million sick, with the United States among the most affected countries [19659002] The total of the results of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 is 3,791. Of that total, 1,920 are women and 1,871 men; however, the total was adjusted by adding five cases; two with a sample collection date of June 30 and three with a sample collection date of July 1. The reported cases are those that have a positive PCR test, with a sample collection date of July 3 to 16.

There is no space in the Medical Center for more COVID-19 patients

On the other hand , 255 additional probable cases were registered, with a sample collection date from July 3 to 16, 2020. In this line, the total is 8,272, after being adjusted, by subtracting 16 cases that had a positive molecular test, subsequently , and were added to the cases registered as part of this report. Similarly, 41 cases were added with sampling dates from April 22 to July 1. The probable cases are divided into 4,474 women and 3,798 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.

Without additional fatalities, the confirmed deaths add up to 81 and the probable deaths remain at 97, so the total number of deaths is 178. It is important to remember that any recorded death after the report is issued, it will be reflected in subsequent reports.

What is known of the 178 deaths

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