Peru: Coronavirus Peru LIVE | Official figures of the Minsa, news, cases

11:17

According to the figures, Lima registers a decrease of approximately 21%, that is, in the last week 15,132 cases were registered compared to 19,207 two weeks ago. (Find out more HERE )

11:15

Dante Cersso, head of Essalud’s Intelligence and Data Analysis Unit, reported that this result is released after an evaluation of the progress of the pandemic in the country. This is the comparison of the last two weeks: from August 30 to September 5 and from September 6 to 12.

11:15

The heat map of the Social Health Security (Essalud) revealed that the avenues Túpac Amaru, Brasil, Universitaria and Venezuela and others that comprise several districts, register the highest rate of cases of infections by the new coronavirus (COVID-19). These are spaces where a greater presence of citizens is reported.

11:14

Essalud: Túpac Amaru, Brasil, Universitaria and Venezuela avenues register the highest rate of COVID-19 infections

09:32

Lantarón also commented that the plant will serve for the treatment of severe and moderate patients with COVID-19, not only in Abancay, but in the entire region.

09:32

The regional governor, Baltazar Lantarón, pointed out that the system will have a production of 20 cubic meters per hour and a direct connection of oxygen through pipes to the beds of the Intensive Care Units (ICU) and hospitals. It should be noted that this was a donation from the Las Bambas mining company.

09:32

On Monday, September 21, the medicinal oxygen plant that was donated to the Guillermo Díaz de la Vega hospital, in the province of Abancay (Apurímac), will start operating. The delivery of said instrument to the hospital is scheduled for this Tuesday 15 in order to help patients with coronavirus.

09:32

Apurímac: oxygen plant will operate from Monday 21 at Abancay hospital

09:26

Which Lima districts have the highest number of COVID-19 infections?

08:09

“The beneficiaries of this implementation will be, in the first place, one hundred percent (100%) of hospitalized patients of the Rebagliati hospital, also of our medical and assistance personnel who are in the front line of battle”, detailed the executive president of EsSalud.

08:09

The objective of this laboratory, the second with the greatest capacity to evaluate tests at the national level, is to detect COVID-19 pathology in time and provide timely treatment to the positive patient.

08:08

The executive president of Social Security , Fiorella Molinelli, together with the President of the Republic, Martin Vizcarra, supervised the molecular laboratory at the Edgardo Rebagliati Martins National Hospital, specialized and exclusive for the detection of COVID-19 with the capacity to perform up to two thousand tests per day.

08:08

EsSalud presents a molecular laboratory that processes 2,000 tests daily with results in two hours

08:06

“The COVID-19 epidemic, as well as others that have arisen in our society, have generated a great impact on people’s mental health due to social upheaval, in addition to the direct effects in terms of illness and loss of life. human “, Held.

08:05

He also pointed out that knowledge of the current state of mental health of populations will serve as a baseline to estimate resource needs and face and reduce the effects of the pandemic on mental health, taking into account the needs and motivations of the people in compliance with sanitary control measures.

08:05

Dr. Javier Saavedra Castillo, director of the INSM’s Executive Office for Research Support and Specialized Teaching, indicated that the objective of the research is to identify the magnitude and evolution of general mental health problems in the adult population and relate them to the experiences, health containment measures, as well as the behaviors assumed by citizens related to the pandemic.

08:05

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that it began, through the National Institute of Mental Health (INSM), a study to find out the impact that the coronavirus (COVID-19) has had on the emotional, psychological and social well-being of Peruvians .

08:04

CORONAVIRUS PERU: Minsa began a study to determine the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of Peruvians

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