Sinaloa almost reaches 3,000 accumulated infected by Covid

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1,961 have recovered

When registering 72 new patients with the SARS Cov-2 coronavirus in Sinaloa, the historical number of those infected rose to 2,969, the state Health Secretariat reported.

The agency’s daily report specifies that of the nearly 3,000 infected, 1,961 have recovered, and 552 are active, as well as 1,113 suspects.

Until the cut, 12 new deaths were reported, 6 of them in Ahome, 3 in Culiacán, two in Mazatlán and one more in Guasave, bringing the total figure to 456 deaths.

NEW PATIENTS: 72

Municipalities Origin:

Culiacan 15

Mazatlan 13

Ahome 12

Salvador Alvarado 11

Guasave 10

Navolato 4

Mocorito 2

Angostura 2

Sinaloa 2

Escuinapa 1

HISTORIC ACCUMULATED

Active Patients: 552

Recovered: 1,961

(144 new: Culiacán 46, Ahome 30, Mazatlán 34, Salvador Alvarado 18, Guasave 7, Angostura 3, El Fuerte 3, Navolato 2 and Escuinapa 1)

Deaths: 456

(12 New: 6 Ahome, 3 Culiacán, 2 Mazatlán and 1 Guasave)

Total Patients: 2,969

Suspect Patients: 1,113

ACTIVE PATIENTS BY MUNICIPALITY

CULIACÁN: 146

MAZATLÁN: 118

AHOME: 94

GUASAVE: 63

SALVADOR ALVARADO: 41

NAVOLATO: 26

EL FUERTE: 10

SINALOA: 13

ESCUINAPA: 11

MOCORITO: 7

ANGOSTURA: 6

ROSARIO: 4

SAN IGNACIO: 3

CONCORDIA: 3

CHOIX: 2

COSALA: 2

ELOTA: 2

BADIRAGUATO: 1

SUSPICIOUS IN Ahome, El Fuerte, Culiacán, Escuinapa, Guasave, Mazatlán, Salvador Alvarado, Sinaloa, Navolato, Angostura, Mocorito, Elota, Rosario, Concordia, Choix, Badiraguato, San Ignacio, Concordia and Cosalá

37.8% OF ACTIVE PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED, 12.1% OF TOTAL PATIENTS SERIOUS

TOTAL RECOVERED AND CHARGE PER MUNICIPALITY: 1,961

1012 CULIACÁN

334 MAZATLÁN

308 AHOME

94 GUASAVE

64 NAVOLATO

61 SALVADOR ALVARADO

17 THE STRONG

13 BADIRAGUATO

11 MOCORITO

9 SINALOA

12 ANGOSTURA

6 ROSARIO

6 ESCUINAPA

5 COSALÁ

3 Elota

3 SAN IGNACIO

2 CHOIX

1 CONCORD

TOTAL DEATHS AND CHARGE PER MUNICIPALITY: 456

262 CULIACAN

65 AHOME

46 MAZATLAN

32 NAVOLATO

23 GUASAVE

10 SALVADOR ALVARADO

4 ESCUINAPA

4 EL FUERTE

2 ANGOSTURA

2 MOCORITE

2 BADIRAGUATO

1 SINALOA

1 ROSARIO

1 CONCORD

1 ELOTA

Anti-Covid measures should not be relaxed, there could be a strong relapse

 In the State of Sinaloa, as in all of Mexico, the New Normal Strategy will begin next Monday, which will allow the reopening of social, educational and economic activities in the face of the Covid-19 health emergency. .

The State Health Secretary, Efrén Encinas Torres, explained that with the end of the National Sana Distancia Day “we have to take care of ourselves and that will depend on the high responsibility we have to carry out, the importance of not neglecting primary prevention actions, prepare and adapt to a new normal, “is detailed in a statement.

“We must not relax, if we have to think about the gradual, progressive, staggered re-opening, but with a security framework, it will depend on us not having a relapse, a major flare-up.”

“Although Sinaloa has hospital response capacity in general, we do not want us to become saturated in a hospital and prevention is better than regret and this is a lot of the empowerment of society, I know we can do it; Sinaloa, we all can, there is a lot of strength in the town of Sinaloa, let’s keep taking care of ourselves, whoever can should stay home if there is no indispensable activity that they have to do, ”he said.

The New Normality strategy provides clarity, security and certainty for the population, especially for workers, companies, as well as state and municipal governments, the Ministry of Health highlights in the statement.

Likewise, it favors a gradual, orderly and cautious reopening, so that it is safe and durable.

Its guiding principles are based on privileging health and life, moral economy and productive efficiency, solidarity with all and non-discrimination, and shared responsibility (public, private and social).

Thus, in Sinaloa, as of June 1, only essential activities will be in operation, including mining, construction, and manufacturing of transportation equipment.

It is important to note that we must not relax protection measures and social distancing, we cannot yet consider the spread of this virus to be controlled, if the return to activities implies that positive cases of COVID-19 increase again, it will be necessary to re-establish confinement, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

It is essential to maintain preventive measures at home and in the workplace, including, in the latter case, physical distance, washing hands, sneezing, and not saying hello or kiss.

Source: pmxportal.com

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