With this result, the daily average of deaths from coronavirus registered in September drops to 128, a figure lower than the 196 reported in August, as well as those recorded in July (189) or June (172). However, it is still above the levels observed in the initial months of the pandemic. (Find out more HERE )
This figure is the lowest in the last week, after the 95 deaths from COVID-19 recorded on Thursday. It also represents the lowest record observed since the end of May. The last time the health authorities reported a similar figure was on the 24th of that month, when 86 deaths were reached. However, at that time the curve was on the rise.
Daily deaths from coronavirus in the country have experienced a decline since mid-August, which has accelerated so far this month. Today, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that the daily deaths registered during the last 24 hours reached 83, 68% lower than the maximum peak observed on August 13 (277 deaths).
Daily COVID-19 Deaths Hit Lowest Since End of May
Through a statement, the Minsa pointed out that the Rehabilitation Program for Post COVID-19 Patients aims to optimize the initial process of functional recovery of patients with deficiencies due to the disease in order to minimize the possibility of suffering complications and to maintain quality of life.
The National Institute of Rehabilitation “Dra. Adriana Rebaza Flores ”Amistad Peru Japan (INR) discharged its first two patients who overcame COVID-19, reported the Ministry of Health (Minsa). These patients had been referred from the Villa el Salvador Emergency Hospital (HEVES) to be part of the Comprehensive Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Program.
The first patients of the Comprehensive Post COVID-19 Rehabilitation Program were discharged
This delivery occurs within the framework of Legislative Decree No. 1472, which empowers the Qali Warma program to exceptionally provide food for people in vulnerable situations. This is at the request of the district municipalities of Pucará, Corani and Kelluyo.
Qali Warma delivered a total of 75.7 tons of food to 6,546 vulnerable people from 105 peasant communities in the districts of Pucará (Lampa province), Corani (Carabaya province) and Kelluyo (Chucuito province), Puno region.
Vulnerable peasant communities in Puno received more than 75 tons of food
In this sense, the regional director of health Julio Rosario said that these health establishments will provide patients with medical and food care and there will be permanent monitoring of their health. He indicated that to achieve this, there are personnel who will attend 24 hours a day, according to the operating and care protocols of the temporary isolation centers for COVID-19 cases in Peru.
Temporary care centers are intended for mild patients with COVID-19 who will be referred from health facilities after medical evaluation.
The Apurímac Regional Health Directorate (Diresa) put into operation two temporary care centers where patients with coronavirus can receive treatment. The health centers were installed in the province of Abancay.
Abancay now has temporary care centers for patients with COVID-19
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“Comparing weeks 35 and 36 we had a decrease of 54% (From 2,228 cases it decreased to 908 cases). But, it is important to specify that you cannot lower your guard, since there is the possibility of a rebound “Cersso commented.
The head of Intelligence and Data Analysis of EsSalud, Dante Cersso, affirms Cusco is one of the regions that has reduced the level of transmission of the virus the most.
The Cusco region, with 49,929 positive cases of COVID-19 and a total of 953 deaths from this disease, has been one of the places hardest hit by the pandemic in Peru; However, a recent report by EsSalud Health Intelligence indicated that the number of infections decreased by 54%.
Cusco: hospital demand and number of COVID-19 cases decrease in recent weeks
Coronavirus in Peru: Minsa reports 86 new deaths from COVID-19 and accumulated death toll reaches 31,369
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Saturday that the accumulated number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Peru amounted to 762,865. There are 6,453 new infections, which are added to the 756,412 registered on Friday.
COVID-19: accumulated number of confirmed cases reached 762,865 after the Ministry of Health reported 6,453 new infected
“It is a demonstration of confidence in the capacity of Peruvian scientists and in the experience of the country’s research centers”, affirmed the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Mario López Chávarri. Read more information here.
The institution announced that the study will encompass approximately 3,000 volunteers and will start in early October. In this way, Peru participates in a study of 30,000 volunteers focused on the United States.
He Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that the National Institute of Health (INS), regulatory authority of Peru, gave the respective permission to the British laboratory Astrazeneca to carry out phase III clinical trials of its candidate vaccine against Covid-19.
AstraZeneca will carry out clinical trials of its potential vaccine in Peru
On that tour, Marciano showed them a banner with the following message: “Thank God, to the doctors, nurses, technicians, friends and acquaintances for all their love.”
Doctors and nurses accompanied the patient all the way to the main door of the hospital, where his loved ones were waiting for him.
The integrity that showed Marciano Yafac He astonished all the medical personnel, because his clinical picture did not give him a high probability of survival; however, the patient left the hospital with great excitement.
A worker from the Treasury Office of the Red EsSalud Lambayeque defeated COVID-19 after battling for three months at the Almanzor Aguinaga Asenjo Hospital in Chiclayo, where received assisted ventilation for 19 days in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Chiclayo: man defeats COVID-19 after three months after losing 39 kilos of weight
This was announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through a press release, in which it emphasized that this agreement was signed this last Friday, September 18. More information here.
Peru benefit from more than 13 million doses of vaccines after the Government signed the Commitment Agreement with the World Alliance for Vaccines (GAVI), representing the Mechanism for Global Access to Vaccines against COVID-19 (COVAX Facility Mechanism).
Peru will access 13 million doses of vaccines against COVID-19
This isolation – psychologists advise against calling it confinement – has generated different reactions in people’s mental health. According to a recent survey by El Comercio-Ipsos, 71% of those interviewed said they had suffered an emotional crisis from the pandemic. Read here a report.
Six months have passed since the Executive decided to establish the quarantine (which went from being total to focused) as a preventive measure against the spread of the coronavirus.
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