There are 6,603 new infections (762 from the last 24 hours and 5841 from the previous seven days), which are added to the 710,067 on Thursday.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported on Friday that the cumulative number of positive COVID-19 cases rose to 716,670 in the country.
Minsa reported 6,603 new confirmed cases of COVID-19
“If we have learned anything from epidemics, it is that we should never underestimate them. Its incidence may have dropped a lot but we have to continue preparing to avoid them. We must not lower our guard until the last Peruvian has been vaccinated and this disease is completely gone “, indicated in dialogue with Andina.
Luis Suarez Ognio, Deputy Minister of Public Health, asked the population do not lower your guard against the coronavirus (COVID-19) until the last Peruvian has been vaccinated and the disease has been completely withdrawn from the country.
Minsa: vice minister asks not to lower our guard against the coronavirus
“The inmates recovered from pavilions A and B belong to the group diagnosed with the disease on August 24. Currently they do not have symptoms linked to the virus and have normal vital signs ”, INPE detailed.
A total of 135 inmates and 4 children under 5 years of age from the Lampa prison, in the Puno region, received medical discharge for COVID-19 after being in quarantine and responding positively to drug treatments, as reported by the National Penitentiary Institute.
Puno: 135 inmates and 4 children defeated COVID-19 inside the Lampa prison
“This result is the product of the work carried out since the beginning of the campaign with multisectoral participation, which has consisted of sweeping the different districts of the province to identify positive cases”said the doctor.
The director of the Islay Health Network, Nestor Montesinos, pointed out that 118 positive cases were identified in a total of 1,237 visits, a figure that is equivalent to 9.5 percent.
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The director of the Ica Regional Hospital, Carlos Navea Méndez, explained that the execution of this type of therapy was proposed by the COVID-19 Regional Command led by the regional governor of Ica, Javier Gallegos Barrientos.
With live music sessions, a team of psychologists provides therapies to COVID-19 patients from the Esperanza Temporary Care and Isolation Center of the Regional Hospital of Ica, in order to prepare them mentally to lose the fear, stress and anguish that this disease generates .
Ica: they perform mental health therapies with music for COVID-19 patients
“Here we do not have Internet and we have few smart phones, children cannot be climbing the hills in order to capture a signal to do their classes, we ask for more support from the Government, and that they send us technology so that our students do not harm themselves “pointed out a villager.
The uniformed officers cited that this initiative will be replicated in other places that do not have Internet access, being the main problem to be solved for the good of the students.
After noticing the difficulties that exist in the remote community of Chullcuisa, Andahuaylas province, Apurímac, where schoolchildren cannot access virtual classes due to lack of Internet, some policemen from the San Jerónimo police station mounted a campaign to teach mathematics and bring help these minors.
Apurímac: police teach math classes in a community where the Internet does not reach
“We have already started to apply the vaccine in phase III. There will be 6 thousand people. Three thousand with the Cayetano Heredia University and another three thousand with the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. When we have that stage concluded and with the result of this phase three, we will begin with the application “, added.
“Today I have been able to verify the strict order, the care in biosecurity and the level of professionalism that we have here in Peru. We are sure that this experience will be successful. What will then allow us to apply the vaccine to the entire population “, he remarked from the research center located in San Martín de Porres.
The head of state came to the Research Center of the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia to supervise the work carried out by Peruvian and Chinese scientists in the framework of phase III of the clinical trials of the potential vaccine against COVID-19.
President Martín Vizcarra was confident this Friday that the clinical trials of the potential vaccine against coronavirus (COVID-19) of the company Sinophram (China) will have optimal results.
COVID-19 vaccine: “We are sure that this experience will be successful,” says Vizcarra about clinical trials
In a statement, the university indicated that the administration of the doses to all participants will be staggered over a period of three or four months. From 9 am on Wednesday, September 9, the first 21 volunteers were summoned, 24 on the second day and 50 participants on Friday, and thus progress will be continued progressively with the others.
The first 3,000 volunteers who participate in these phase 3 studies are being cared for at the Center for Clinical Studies of the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (UPCH).
Almost 100 volunteers already participate in the clinical trials of the potential vaccine against coronavirus (COVID-19) of the company Sinophram, which began on September 9 in our country.
COVID-19: Nearly 100 Volunteers Already Participating in Sinopharm Vaccine Candidate Clinical Trials
The head of the humanitarian body collection team, Jerson Guzmán Collado, indicated that from mid-April to September 7, 358 body lifts were carried out. In addition, more cases were reported in July (8 per day).
The deaths of people with a suspect and positive diagnosis of COVID-19 have been reduced by 80% from July to date in homes and public roads, according to the latest report from the humanitarian body collection team of the Arequipa-Caylloma Health Network.
Arequipa: deaths outside hospitals due to suspicion and diagnosis of COVID-19 were reduced by 80%
Through a statement, the Regional Government of Ancash indicated that this Thursday at 3:15 pm the Ancashian authority left the Lima health center where he remained connected to a mechanical respirator for 12 days due to the problems suffered by his lungs due to COVID- 19.
This afternoon, the regional governor of Áncash, Juan Carlos Morillo Ulloa, was discharged after he was hospitalized for 24 days at the Edgardo Rebagliati Martins hospital, in Lima, for a respiratory infection and pneumonia caused by the coronavirus.
CORONAVIRUS PERU: Governor of Áncash was discharged after overcoming COVID-19
In addition, it is implemented with 20 mechanical ventilators and vital signs monitors to continuously monitor the evolution of hospitalized patients.
The director of the medical center, Milagritos Sánchez Reto, specified that the La Videnita ICU will reach insured and uninsured patients. She specified that this area has a capacity for 20 ICU beds and 20 NICUs, which will be supplied with high-flow cannulas and high-purity oxygen.
After being inaugurated by President Martín Vizcarra more than two months ago, just this morning the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the La Videnita temporary hospital, located in the Piura region, came into operation.
Piura: La Videnita hospital’s intensive care area enters into operation
The health professional indicated that consuming the chemical substance generates diseases such as phlebitis, esophagitis, gastritis and chemical pneumonitis, the latter causing irritation of the lungs.
“The state of both is extremely delicate due to the desire to take things that supposedly help them prevent the disease and that is not going to happen. No medicine prevents it, much less this substance that is toxic to the body “Perez noted.
The head of the Emergency Department of the Hospital Honorio Delgado Espinoza (Arequipa), Roxana Pérez Villafuerte, reported that two people diagnosed with coronavirus entered the aforementioned hospital urgently after consuming chlorine dioxide.
Arequipa: Report that two COVID-19 patients are seriously ill for consuming chlorine dioxide