77% of Sinaloa Covid-19 patients have recovered

Hospital occupancy in Sinaloa is 49 percent, which marks a slight downward trend

 Sin. While, on the one hand, Sinaloa is a few days away from reaching the prediction of the Ministry of Health of a catastrophic scenario of Covid-19 with 2,500 deaths, on the other, 77 percent of the deaths have been recovered. infected patients.

With cut-off to August 8, the Secretary of Health, Efrén Encinas Torres, reported that 10,611 patients have been discharged, some with home treatment and others with hospitalization, however, this information is not accurate.

Culiacán continues to be the municipality with the most recovered cases with 3,744, representing 35 percent, followed by Mazatlán with 1,818 discharged patients, that is, 17 percent.

According to data from the Ministry of Health, in third place is Guasave with 1,709 recovered patients, representing 16 percent; Ahome ranks fourth with 1,524 people who have defeated the disease, that is, 14 percent.

Salvador Alvarado reports 523 recovered, representing 4.9 percent and Navolato with 299 discharged patients, that is, 2.8 percent.

In Escuinapa 204 are registered; in Sinaloa, 164; in El Fuerte, 158; in Angostura, 129; in Rosario, 92; in Mocorito, 53; in Cosala, 50; in Badiraguato, 43; in San Ignacio, 26; in Elota, 26; in Concordia, 25 and in Choix, 23.

In the last week, it has been announced by the health authorities that dozens of patients are discharged per day, with figures ranging from 55 to 98; however, previously each report reported more than 100 recovered.

Regarding hospital occupancy, in Sinaloa it is 49 percent, with 696 beds in use of the 1,415 that they have available until this moment of the contingency.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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