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What is known of the 153 deaths from coronavirus in Puerto Rico


In Puerto Rico, 153 people have died to date from COVID-19 according to figures from the Department of Health .

Below, what is known about each case:

1. Rosa Angela, 68-year-old Italian tourist

The Italian tourist Rosa Angela arrived on the island on the Costa Luminosa cruise ship on March 8.

The 60-year-old began to feel bad on board the ship , and that day asked for medical help. She was taken by ambulance to the Ashford Presbyterian Community Hospital, in San Juan, where she later died.

Her death was reported on Saturday, March 21, 2020.

Bruno Milani, who was the husband of Rosa Angela for 50 years , also tested positive. He remained in the Ashford until March 31.

“Unfortunately my wife was weak in the lungs and could not resist. He died overnight, "said Milani

2. 73-year-old man, resident of New York

The subject began to develop symptoms while vacationing with his wife in Puerto Rico. He was admitted to an isolation room of a hospital in the metropolitan region.

His death was reported on Monday, March 23, 2020.

3. Lisette Matías, 48-year-old teacher

She worked at the Rincón Christian Academy and suffered from previous illnesses. The last day she was in school was Friday, March 13.

She was hospitalized in the Aguadilla region. They did the coronavirus test after presenting complications in his clinical picture. Salud received a positive result after his death.

His death – the first of a Puerto Rican person – was reported on Friday, March 27, 2020.

The educator's husband, José Mercado González, works at the barracks. of the Police in Rincón. On March 25 they closed the barracks to disinfect it. At that time, the test result was still unknown, but it was suspected that he had died from COVID-19.

A press release sent by La Fortaleza on March 29, indicates that Mercado González and the teacher's relatives were subjected to the COVID-19 test by Health personnel.

La Fortaleza also mentioned that a large part of the officers from the Rincón barracks were tested in a private laboratory.

4. 68-year-old man

He was being held in a hospital in the metropolitan region. He suffered from various conditions and had already been diagnosed with coronavirus.

His death was reported on Sunday, March 29, 2020.

5. 42-year-old man

The individual suffered from various health conditions. He was receiving treatment at a hospital in the Fajardo region. The positive result was announced on the day of his death.

His death was reported on Sunday, March 29, 2020.

6. 68-year-old man

He began to present symptoms after having close contact with a person from his family nucleus, who had traveled to New York.

He was admitted to a hospital in the Bayamón region, in where he was tested and tested positive. He was kept under treatment at the institution for several days, but his clinical picture, which included various conditions, was complicated and he died.

His death was reported on Monday, March 30, 2020.

7. Teresa Ortiz Matos, 53-year-old therapist and resident of Bayamón

She had no travel history. He suffered from chronic pulmonary obstruction and diabetes. In addition, his liver was functioning at 10% and, as a result of an inherited condition, his platelet level was low.

On March 24 he began to present symptoms: dry cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Her husband, Felix Bonilla Colón, took her to the Bayamón Health Center, where they detected pneumonia. She was then transferred by ambulance to the Bayamón Regional Hospital, where she was diagnosed with COVID-19 three days later (March 27). The next day they induced him into a coma.

Ortiz Matos's clinical picture worsened until he died on Monday, March 30, 2020.

His death was reported on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. [19659006] 8. 66-year-old woman

She presented symptoms without having a travel history. She was admitted to a hospital in the Caguas region. He died the day after the test was done. The result was positive.

His death was reported on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

9. 72-year-old man

It was one of the first positive cases reported on the Island. He was diagnosed with COVID-19 in a hospital in the metropolitan region. Although he had tested negative at the time of death, his clinical picture was delicate. He suffered from various conditions and finally died.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

10. 86-year-old woman

She arrived in severe condition at the emergency room of a medical institution in the Bayamón region, where she died. He was tested after death and found positive.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

11. 68-year-old woman

Died in a hospital in the Bayamón region. They tested him after he died, and he tested positive.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

12. 84-year-old man

He was initially confined with symptoms in a hospital institution in the Mayagüez region. They tested him and he tested positive. Subsequently, his clinical picture worsened and he died on Wednesday, April 1.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 2, 2020.

13. 41-year-old man

He was hospitalized in a medical institution in the metropolitan region. He had previously been diagnosed with COVID-19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 3, 2020.

14. 66-year-old woman

She was detained in a hospital in the metropolitan region, where she was treated after testing positive. His clinical picture deteriorated until he died.

His death was reported on Friday, April 3, 2020.

15. 60-year-old woman

She was detained in a hospital in the metropolitan region, where she received treatment after testing positive. His health worsened until he died.

His death was reported on Friday, April 3, 2020.

16. 66-year-old woman

She tested positive for the virus and was treated at a hospital in the metropolitan region. His health deteriorated until he passed away.

His death was reported on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

17. 61-year-old woman

She tested positive and was kept in a hospital in the metropolitan region. His clinical picture worsened until he died.

His death was reported on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

18. 75-year-old woman

She was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was receiving treatment at a hospital in the Caguas region. His health deteriorated until he passed away.

His death was reported on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

19. 84-year-old woman

She was diagnosed with coronavirus and at the time of her death was admitted to a hospital in Aguadilla. The Health Department reported that she was being treated with treatments to control the symptoms that she was presenting, but her clinical condition worsened until her death.

Her death was reported on Sunday, April 5, 2020.

20. Pedro "Lico" Sánchez Ramos, 80 years old

He was diagnosed with COVID-19 and at the time of his death was being held in a hospital in Caguas. The Health Department reported that he was being treated with treatments to control the symptoms he presented, but his clinical condition worsened until his death.

His death was reported on Sunday, April 5, 2020.

twenty-one. 72-year-old man

After presenting symptoms, he was admitted to a hospital in the Ponce region to be treated, where he was tested for COVID-19 and tested positive. He remained under treatment in the hospital center for several days, but his clinical picture became more complicated and he died.

His death was reported on Monday, April 6, 2020.

22. 79-year-old woman

She tested positive for the virus and, while being treated at a hospital in the Mayagüez region, died of health complications.

Her death was reported on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. [19659006] 23. 40-year-old man

He was detained in a hospital in the metropolitan region after being diagnosed with COVID-19. He died after complications in his clinical picture.

His death was reported on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. At this date, he was the youngest victim.

24. 81-year-old woman

She received treatment at a hospital in the Mayagüez region. He died after his clinical picture complicated.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

25. 78-year-old man

He was diagnosed with the virus and kept receiving treatment in a hospital in the metropolitan region. He died after complications in his clinical picture.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

26. 43-year-old man

He was diagnosed with the virus in the metropolitan region, but was not hospitalized. He died in unknown circumstances.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

27. 54-year-old man

At the time of death in the metropolitan region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in his death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

28. 77-year-old woman

At the time of death in the metropolitan region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

29. 66-year-old woman

At the time of death in the metropolitan region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

30. 56-year-old man

At the time of death in the Mayagüez region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

31. 70-year-old woman

At the time of death in the Mayagüez region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

32. 67-year-old man

At the time of death in the Aguadilla region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

33. 53-year-old woman

At the time of death in the Fajardo region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

34. 83-year-old man

Tested positive in the Mayagüez region.

His death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

35. 84-year-old man

He gave a positive result in the Mayagüez region.

His death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

36. 49-year-old man

At the time of death in the Bayamón region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

37. 84-year-old man

At the time of death in the Ponce region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

38. 101-year-old man

At the time of his death in the Bayamón region, his clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by his doctor.

His death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

39. 73-year-old woman

At the time of death in the Caguas region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified on the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Friday, April 10, 2020.

40. Víctor de Jesús Díaz, 63-year-old pediatrician

He became the first Puerto Rican doctor to die of the virus. He worked at TigerMed and at the HIMA San Pablo Hospital in Caguas. He also had his private practice in San Lorenzo.

He was confined for almost three weeks at the HIMA Hospital in Caguas. The last 10 days he received assistance from a fan, as his condition worsened.

He died on Friday, April 10. The Department of Health reported his death on Saturday, April 11, 2020.

41. 83-year-old woman

At the time of death in the Ponce region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified on the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Saturday, April 11, 2020.

42. 81-year-old woman

At the time of death in the Mayagüez region, her clinical condition was compatible with a COVID-19 patient and thus was classified in the death certificate by her doctor.

Her death was reported on Saturday, April 11, 2020.

43. 70-year-old man

At the time of his death, he was in a Ponce hospital. After testing positive for COVID-19, his clinical picture became complicated until his death.

His death was reported on Sunday, April 12, 2020.

44. 77-year-old man

At the time of his death, he was in a hospital in Caguas. After testing positive for COVID-19, his clinical picture became complicated until his death.

His death was reported on Sunday, April 12, 2020.

45. 54-year-old woman

The deceased woman was being held in a hospital in the Mayagüez region, receiving treatment in an isolation room. However, his health condition worsened until his death.

His death was reported on Monday, April 13, 2020.

46. 74-year-old woman

Tested COVID-19 positive. He was from the metropolitan region.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

47. 93-year-old woman

Tested positive for COVID-19. He was from the Ponce region.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

48. 88-year-old man

His death was certified as COVID-19. He was from the metropolitan region.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

49. 45-year-old man

His death was certified as COVID-19. He was from the Ponce region.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

50. Health Department did not provide details.

The person was not tested, but a doctor certified death based on symptoms.

It was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

51. Health Department did not provide details.

The person was not tested, but a doctor certified death based on symptoms.

It was reported on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

52. 55-year-old woman

Her case was reported in the Ponce region. It gave a positive result to COVID-19.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 16, 2020.

53. Department of Health did not provide details

At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by his doctor in the death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, 16 April 2020.

54. Department of Health did not provide details

At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by his doctor in the death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, 16 April 2020.

55. Department of Health did not provide details

At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by his doctor in the death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, 16 April 2020.

56. Health Department did not provide details

At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by his doctor in the death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, 16 April 2020.

57. Joshua James Sánchez, 29 years old

His death, in the Caguas region, was registered as a case with a positive result for COVID-19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 17 of 2020. By this date, he was the youngest victim.

58. 88-year-old man

His death, in the Ponce region, was registered as a case with a positive result for COVID-19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 17, 2020.

59. 73-year-old woman

Aguadilla Region. His death was registered as a case with a positive result for COVID-19.

His death was reported on Saturday, April 18, 2020.

60. 70-year-old man

Caguas Region. His death was registered as a case with a positive result for COVID-19.

His death was reported on Saturday, April 18, 2020.

61. 81-year-old woman

Caguas Region. His case was added through the reports of the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death, the clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19.

His death was reported on Sunday, April 19, 2020.

62. 31-year-old man

Caguas Region. His case was added through the reports of the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death, the clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19.

His death was reported on Sunday, April 19, 2020.

63. 66-year-old man

Mayagüez Region. It died as a confirmed case of COVID-19. No details were given of where he was at the time of his death.

His death was reported on Monday, April 20, 2020.

64. 84-year-old woman

Mayagüez Region. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Tuesday, April 21, 2020.

65. 64-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

66. 88-year-old woman

Ponce region. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

67. 52-year-old woman

Region of Arecibo. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.

68. 74-year-old man

Mayagüez Region. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 23, 2020.

69. 79-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was recorded as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 23, 2020.

70. 68-year-old man

Fajardo Region. His case is considered as confirmed by COVID- 19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

71. 93-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His case is considered confirmed by COVID-19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

72. 92-year-old woman

Metropolitan region. His case is considered confirmed by COVID-19.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

73. 57-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and a doctor certified this on his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

74. 66-year-old man

Mayagüez Region. His clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and a doctor certified this on his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

75. 77-year-old woman

Bayamón Region. His clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and a doctor certified it in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

76. 69-year-old man

Mayagüez Region. His clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and a doctor certified this on his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

77. 73-year-old man

Bayamón Region. His clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and a doctor certified it in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, April 24, 2020.

78. 95-year-old woman

Metropolitan region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25.

79. 71-year-old woman

Bayamón Region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

80. 86-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

81. 78-year-old woman

Ponce Region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

82. 65-year-old woman

Metropolitan region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

83. 75-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was reported on Saturday, April 25, 2020.

84. 83-year-old man

Caguas Region. His death was reported on Sunday, April 26, 2020.

85. 71-year-old man

Bayamón Region. His death was reported as a confirmed case of COVID-19.

His death was reported on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.

86. 69-year-old man

Region of Arecibo. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor on his death certificate.

His death was reported on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.

87 . 97-year-old woman

Ponce Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

88 . 90-year-old woman

Metropolitan region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

89 . 41-year-old man

Bayamón Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

90 . 73-year-old man

Bayamón Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

91 . 68-year-old man

Ponce region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

92 . 82-year-old man

Bayamón Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

93 . 73-year-old man

Ponce region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 1, 2020.

94 . 93-year-old man

Mayagüez Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 1, 2020.

95 . 59-year-old woman

Caguas Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

96 . 82-year-old man

Region of Arecibo. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Sunday, May 3, 2020.

97 . 83-year-old woman

Fajardo Region. At the time of his death, his clinical picture was compatible with COVID-19 and was thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Sunday, May 3, 2020.

98 . 64-year-old man

Aguadilla Region. His death was reported through the Surveillance System of the Department of Health as confirmed by COVID-19.

His death was reported on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.

99. 71-year-old man

Bayamón Region. His death was reported through the Surveillance System of the Department of Health as confirmed by COVID-19.

His death was reported on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.

100. 84-year-old woman

Ponce Region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because the clinical picture, at the time of his death, was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, December 7, May 2020.

101. 93-year-old woman

Mayagüez Region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because the clinical picture, at the time of his death, was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, December 7, May 2020

102. 45-year-old man

Bayamón Region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because the clinical picture, at the time of his death, was compatible with COVID-19, thus being classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Thursday, December 7, May 2020.

103. 86-year-old woman

Mayagüez Region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death his clinical condition was compatible with COVID-19, and thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 8 2020.

104. 80-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death his clinical condition was compatible with COVID-19, and thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 8 2020.

105. 63-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death his clinical condition was compatible with COVID-19, and thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 8 2020.

106. 49-year-old man

Metropolitan region. His death was reported by the Demographic Registry because at the time of his death his clinical condition was compatible with COVID-19, and thus classified by a doctor in his death certificate.

His death was reported on Friday, May 8 2020.

107. Hombre de 87 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que al momento de fallecer su cuadro clínico era compatible con COVID-19, y así clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 8 de mayo de 2020.

108. Hombre de 78 años

Región Metro. Su deceso fue reportado a través del Sistema de Vigilancia como una muerte confirmada por COVID-19.

Su muerte se informó el sábado, 9 de mayo de 2020.

109. Mujer de 91 años

Región de Bayamón. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico porque el cuadro clínico, al momento de su muerte, fue compatible con COVID-19, siendo así clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 10 de mayo de 2020.

110. Mujer de 81 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico porque el cuadro clínico, al momento de su muerte, era compatible con COVID-19, siendo así clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 10 de mayo de 2020.

111. Mujer de 74 años

Región Metro. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico porque el cuadro clínico, al momento de su muerte, era compatible con COVID-19, siendo así clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 10 de mayo de 2020.

112. Hombre de 81 años

Región Metro. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico ya que fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico, por tener cuadros clínicos compatibles a COVID-19, siendo así catalogado en su certificado de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el lunes, 11 de mayo de 2020.

113. Hombre de 81 años

Región de Aguadilla. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico ya que fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico, por tener cuadros clínicos compatibles a COVID-19, siendo así catalogado en su certificado de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el lunes, 11 de mayo de 2020.

114. Mujer de 80 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su deceso, reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud, fue considerado como confirmado por COVID-19.

Su muerte se informó el martes, 12 de mayo de 2020.

115. Mujer de 90 años

Región de Bayamón. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el miércoles, 13 de mayo de 2020.

116. Hombre de 61 años

Región de Arecibo. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 14 de mayo de 2020.

117. Hombre de 91 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 14 de mayo de 2020.

118. Mujer de 59 años

Región metropolitana. Su deceso fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud y fue considerado como confirmado por COVID-19.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2020.

119. Mujer de 94 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2020.

120. Hombre de 80 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2020.

121. Hombre de 96 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2020.

122. Hombre de 91 años

Región metropolitana. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 15 de mayo de 2020..

123. Hombre de 51 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su fallecimiento fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud y fue considerado como confirmado por COVID-19.

Su muerte se reportó el domingo, 17 de mayo de 2020.

124. Hombre de 36 años

Región de Fajardo. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el lunes, 18 de mayo de 2020..

125. Mujer de 70 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

Su muerte se informó el miércoles, 20 de mayo de 2020.

126. Mujer de 49 años

Región de Aguadilla. Su fallecimiento fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud y fue considerado como confirmado por COVID-19.

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 21 de mayo de 2020.

127. Hombre de 64 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud.

Su muerte se informó el sábado, 23 de mayo de 2020.

128. Mujer de 81 años

Región de Ponce. Su fallecimiento fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico en actas de defunción, según sugerido por las guías del Centro para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC, por sus siglas en inglés).

Su muerte se informó el lunes, 25 de mayo de 2020.

129. Hombre de 63 años

Región de Arecibo. Su fallecimiento fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico la acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el lunes, 25 de mayo de 2020.

130. Hombre de 92 años

Región metropolitana. Su fallecimiento fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico en la acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 28 de mayo de 2020.

131. Hombre de 76 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su fallecimiento fue certificado mediante criterio clínico y documentado por un profesional médico en la acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 28 de mayo de 2020.

132. Hombre de 71 años

Región de Bayamón. Su deceso fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 29 de mayo de 2020.

133. Érica Rodríguez, 27 años

Región metropolitana. Laboraba como profesora y también era estudiante de maestría. El presidente del Colegio de Médicos y Cirujanos, Víctor Ramos, dio a conocer el fallecimiento de Rodríguez el 27 de mayo de 2020. En ese momento era la víctima fatal más joven de coronavirus en Puerto Rico.

Ramos indicó que la joven no tenía condiciones previas ni historial de viaje, por lo que no está claro cómo se contagió. Agregó que convaleció de COVID-19 por un tiempo, que recibió una transfusión de plasma y mejoró, pero luego volvió a empeorar.

El Departamento de Salud informó su muerte el sábado, 30 de mayo de 2020. La agencia señaló que el fallecimiento fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico, debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de morir, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción.

134. Mujer de 50 años

Región de Arecibo. Su deceso fue reportado por el Sistema de Vigilancia del Departamento de Salud.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 31 de mayo de 2020.

135. Mujer de 98 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 31 de mayo de 2020.

136. Mujer de 83 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 31 de mayo de 2020.

137. Hombre de 48 años

Región metropolitana. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el martes, 2 de junio de 2020.

138. Mujer de 27 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el martes, 2 de junio de 2020.

139. Hombre de 85 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el miércoles, 3 de junio de 2020.

140. Hombre de 80 años

Región de Arecibo. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el miércoles, 3 de junio de 2020.

141. Hombre de 90 años

Región de Ponce. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 5 de junio de 2020.

142. Hombre de 83 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el sábado, 6 de junio de 2020.

143. Hombre de 73 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado por el Registro Demográfico debido a que su cuadro clínico, al momento de fallecer, era compatible con COVID-19 y así fue clasificado por un médico en su acta de defunción, según sugerido por las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.

Su muerte se informó el miércoles, 10 de junio de 2020.

144. Mujer de 86 años

Región de Ponce. Fue reportada como una muerte probable. Según las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, un profesional médico incluyó COVID-19 en su certificado de defunción como un factor en la muerte.

Su deceso se informó el jueves, 11 de junio de 2020.

145. Hombre de 52 años

Región de Arecibo. Su deceso fue reportado como uno probable. Según las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, un profesional médico incluyó COVID-19 en su certificado de defunción como un factor del fallecimiento.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 12 de junio de 2020.

146. Hombre de 75 años

Región de Caguas. Su deceso fue reportado como uno probable. Según las guías de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, un profesional médico incluyó COVID-19 en su certificado de defunción como un factor del fallecimiento.

Su muerte se informó el viernes, 12 de junio de 2020.

147. Hombre de 87 años

Región metropolitana. Su fallecimiento fue registrado como confirmado por coronavirus.

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 14 de junio de 2020.

148. Hombre de 72 años

Región de Mayagüez. Su fallecimiento fue reportado como uno probable de coronavirus. De acuerdo al Departamento de Salud, las muertes probables son aquellas de pacientes cuyos cuadros clínicos fueron compatibles a COVID-19 y así lo certificó un médico, o personas a quienes se les hizo una prueba serológica (rápida), pero no prueba confirmatoria o PCR (molecular).

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 21 de junio de 2020.

149. Hombre de 77 años

Región de Caguas. Su fallecimiento fue reportado como uno probable de coronavirus. De acuerdo al Departamento de Salud, las muertes probables son aquellas de pacientes cuyos cuadros clínicos fueron compatibles a COVID-19 y así lo certificó un médico, o personas a quienes se les hizo una prueba serológica (rápida), pero no prueba confirmatoria o PCR (molecular).

Su muerte se informó el domingo, 21 de junio de 2020.

150. Hombre de 74 años

Región de Bayamón. Su fallecimiento fue reportado como uno probable de coronavirus. De acuerdo al Departamento de Salud, las muertes probables son aquellas de pacientes cuyos cuadros clínicos fueron compatibles a COVID-19 y así lo certificó un médico, o personas a quienes se les hizo una prueba serológica (rápida), pero no prueba confirmatoria o PCR (molecular).

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 25 de junio de 2020.

151. Hombre de 90 años

Región de Caguas. Su fallecimiento fue reportado como uno probable de coronavirus. De acuerdo al Departamento de Salud, las muertes probables son aquellas de pacientes cuyos cuadros clínicos fueron compatibles a COVID-19 y así lo certificó un médico, o personas a quienes se les hizo una prueba serológica (rápida), pero no prueba confirmatoria o PCR (molecular).

Su muerte se informó el jueves, 25 de junio de 2020.

152. Mujer de 26 años

Región metropolitana. El Departamento de Salud registró su muerte como confirmado por coronavirus.

El neumólogo Luis Nieves Garrastegui dijo el 22 de junio de 2020 que la paciente dio positivo a COVID-19 en una prueba molecular. “En el área metropolitana, el sábado (20 de junio) se admitió (en un hospital) una muchacha de 26 años con COVID positivo y un montón de cosas más que no puede decir porque no puedo y murió el domingo (21 de junio)”, indicó.

Salud informó su muerte el sábado, 27 de junio de 2020. Para esta fecha, era la víctima más joven.

153. Hombre de 80 años

Región de Arecibo. El Departamento de Salud registró su fallecimiento como confirmado por coronavirus.

Salud informó su muerte el domingo, 28 de junio de 2020.

Las personas que se sientan ansiosas por el coronavirus COVID-19, pueden llamar a la Línea PAS de Assmca al 1-800-981-0023. Las que presenten síntomas pueden contactar al Departamento de Salud al 787-999-6202.



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