The report of the Department of Health reported a death confirmed by COVID-19; meanwhile, 19 additional confirmed cases and 113 probable cases were registered.
The confirmed death corresponds to a 26-year-old woman from the Metro region . With this additional fatality, the total confirmed deaths is 58 and the probable deaths remain at 94, so that the total deaths is 152. It is important to remember that any death recorded after the report is issued will be reflected in subsequent reports.
This death coincides with a case revealed last Monday by the pulmonologist Luis Nieves Garraztegui which points to that it took six days for the fatality to be reported in the Health dashboard from the date of his death. “In the metropolitan area, a 26-year-old girl with a positive COVID and a lot of other things I can't say because I can't and was admitted on Saturday was admitted (in a hospital),” indicated the Dr. Nieves Garraztegui earlier this week.
At the time of issuing the report, 19 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered, for a total of 1,602. The results of confirmed cases correspond to 791 women and 811 men. Confirmed cases are those with a positive PCR test.
On the other hand, 113 additional probable cases were recorded. In this line, the total is 5,464, after adding 12 cases with a sample date of April 23 to June 9. Of the probable cases, 2,892 are women and 2,572 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.
Summary of the Health Department report:
Additional confirmed cases: 19
Total confirmed cases: 1,602
Additional probable cases: 113
Total probable cases: 5,464
Additional confirmed deaths: 1
Total confirmed deaths: 58
Additional probable deaths: 0
Total probable deaths: 94
Total deaths reported: 152