March 7, 2021

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Health reports six deaths and 442 confirmed cases of Covid-19 | government


The Health Department report reported six deaths from Covid-19; meanwhile, 442 confirmed cases and 624 additional probable cases were registered.

With these new cases, there are 654 reported deaths, and 48,467 confirmed and probable cases accumulated since the pandemic began. Meanwhile, the number of hospitalized is at 353.

The registered deaths were classified as confirmed and are broken down below:

– 95-year-old man from the Mayagüez region

– 49-year-old man from the Bayamón region

– 59-year-old man from the Bayamón region

– 83-year-old woman from the Bayamón region

– 95-year-old woman from the Bayamón region

– 78-year-old woman from the Arecibo region

With these additional deaths, the confirmed deaths add up to 483 and the probable ones are 171, so the total number of deaths is 654.

On the other hand, the total of the results of confirmed cases of Covid-19 is 23,801, of which 12,767 are women and 11,034 are men. The total was adjusted after adding two cases with a sampling date of August 20. The reported cases are those that have a positive PCR test, with a sample collection date of September 14 to 26.

As part of the report, 624 additional probable cases were registered, with a sampling date that ranges from September 14 to 26. In this line, the total is 24,666 after being adjusted, by subtracting 39 cases that had a positive molecular test, later, and were added to the cases registered as part of this report; In addition, 16 cases were added with a sample collection date from April 20 to September 12. Probable cases are divided into 13,755 women and 10,911 men.

Summary of the Department of Health report:

Additional confirmed cases: 442

Total confirmed cases: 23,801

Additional probable cases: 624

Total probable cases: 24,666

Additional confirmed deaths: 6

Total confirmed deaths: 483

Additional probable deaths: 0

Total probable deaths: 171

Total reported deaths: 654



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