The province of Neuquen reported this Friday night seven deaths and 204 new positives for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. In this way they are 33,852 cases since the beginning of the pandemic and there are 696 deaths from the virus.
As reported by Salud, the deaths were four residents of Cutral Co, one from Neuquén capital, another from San Martín de los Andes and a remaining from Plaza Huincul. They are three women and seven men, whose ages range between 73 and 87 years, revealed the part of the health authorities of the province.
As for the 204 new positives in the report, 63 were reported in Neuquén capital, 33 in Aluminé, 21 in Cutral Co and 16 in Plottier.
In addition, Zapala registered 14 cases; in San Patricio del Chañar there were 10; in Junín de los Andes, nine; and seven in Rincón de los Sauces and Picún Leufú.
Five new positives were reported in Plaza Huincul; four in San Martín de los Andes; and two in Centenario, Mariano Moreno, Las Lajas, Piedra del Águila, Añelo and Senillosa.
Finally, a new case was detected in the towns of San Tomás, Vista Alegre and Chos Malal.
The partial slowdown in infections has led to the doubling time of cases going to 120.4 days in the province
270 people recovered from the coronavirus in the province on Thursday.
The situation of the health system remains at a high level of occupancy in intensive care units, with 71% (117 patients). The rest of the internees are divided into 16 in intermediate therapy, 149 in general therapy and 18 in the adapted spaces in DUAM and Nazareth. There are 1,868 outpatients.
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Clinical situation of Covid-19 cases
Currently, in the province three epidemiological monitoring strategies are being deployed: traditional surveillance; sentinel surveillance and strategy Detect, which takes place in the neighborhoods.