One more person in Sinaloa dies from COVID-19 totaling 13 deaths

Number of confirmed cases reaches 103 in the state, of which 84 remain active

Sinaloa.- Through social networks, the Ministry of Health reported that this Monday, April 6, another person died from COVID-19.

The head of the agency, Efrén Encinas Torres, reported that there are a total of 13 deaths and in this case it is a 56-year-old woman.

“The only way is for the people and the government to work, the best prevention is to stay at home, use hygiene measures, so we are going to mitigate the contingency, please stay home,” he said.

He added that there are currently 84 active patients and 172 suspicious patients.

GENERAL DETAILS OF ACTIVE PATIENTS

Age Range: BETWEEN 25 AND 84 YEARS

  • AHOME: 5
  • SALVADOR ALVARADO: 5
  • CULIACÁN: 60
  • MAZATLÁN: 10
  • EL FUERTE: 1
  • NAVOLATO: 3

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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