Coronavirus: with 135 deaths in the last 24 hours, Argentina is close to 45,000 deaths from the pandemic


More than two thousand people who work in the summer camps will be tested this week

When 313 days passed since a male resident in the city of Buenos Aires and that he had been traveling in France became the first dead for coronavirus Covid-19, the country is approaching the barrier of 45,000 deaths from the pandemic and it will become the 12th country in the world to exceed that number.

According to official data, health centers throughout the country entered the National Health Surveillance System (SNVS) in the last 24 hours 135 deaths and the total death toll from the pandemic reached 44,983.

In addition, the Government reported that there were 12,725 people who tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus and those infected in the country reached 1,757,429. Of that total, 1,536,423 have already been recovered.

According to the daily report of the Ministry of Health of the Nation, the provinces that reported infections today were:

  • Buenos Aires 4859
  • City of Buenos Aires 1204
  • Catamarca 70
  • Chaco 288
  • Chubut 528
  • Currents 395
  • Córdoba 818
  • Between Rivers 581
  • Formosa 54
  • Jujuy 17
  • La Pampa 229
  • La Rioja 11
  • Mendoza 150
  • Missions 27
  • Neuquen 463
  • Black River 393
  • Jump 67
  • San Juan 163
  • St. Louis 38
  • Santa Cruz 323
  • Santa Fe 1502
  • Santiago del Estero 165
  • Land of Fire 101
  • Tucuman 279

Among the dead, five people, residents of the province of Buenos Aires they were registered without sex data.

Of the rest, 71 were men:

  • 30 residents in the province of Buenos Aires
  • 4 residents in the City of Buenos Aires
  • 3 residents in the province of Chaco
  • 2 residents in the province of Chubut
  • 5 resident in the province of Córdoba
  • 1 resident in the province of Entre Ríos
  • 3 residents in the province of Mendoza
  • 4 residents in the province of Misiones
  • 4 residents in the province of Río Negro
  • 2 residents in the province of Santa Cruz
  • 10 residents in the province of Santa Fe
  • 1 resident in the province of Santiago del Estero
  • 1 resident in the province of Tierra del Fuego
  • 1 resident in the province of Tucumán

59 were women:

  • 18 residents in the province of Buenos Aires
  • 3 resident in the City of Buenos Aires
  • 3 residents in the province of Chaco
  • 1 resident in the province of Chubut
  • 5 residents in the province of Córdoba
  • 6 resident in the province of Entre Ríos
  • 3 resident in the province of Mendoza
  • 2 resident in the province of Misiones
  • 1 resident in the province of Río Negro
  • 3 residents in the province of San Juan
  • 1 resident in the province of San Luis
  • 2 resident in the province of Santa Cruz
  • 8 resident in the province of Santa Fe
  • 1 resident in the province of Santiago del Estero
  • 2 residents in the province of Tucumán

On the other hand, It was reported that 50,648 tests were processed yesterday and since the beginning of the outbreak, 5,365,242 diagnostic tests for this disease have been performed, which is equivalent to 118,237 samples per million inhabitants.

While, this afternoon there were 3636 people who had the disease in Intensive Care Units (ICU). The occupation of ICU beds, beyond the illness that explains the hospitalization of the patient, at the national level averages 55.9%, while in the AMBA it reaches 59.3%.

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