The virus kills four people; in addition to the high number of new cases registered in the last 24 hours.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Seven hundred and sixty-four new infections of COVID-19, whose number is higher in Sinaloa, since this pandemic began, the Ministry of Health referred the numerary of this Thursday, according to data from the last 24 hours, in addition to the addition of four deceased people, victims of this virus.
According to the report of the Health authorities in Sinaloa, Culiacán is with the highest index by registering 309 new infected, followed by Ahome that added 102, Mazatlán 101, Guasave a short distance with 72, while Salvador Alvarado scored 48. In the case of Navolato there are now 32, in the municipality of Rosario 23.
The health registry points out that Elota reported 13 new infected, Badiraguato, Cosalá and Escuinapa, eleven each, ten are in Angostura, with three less; that is, with seven Choix, the numerary also refers that Mocorito reported four and San Ignacio two. Sinaloa de Leyva and Concordia, at least the data remains without new cases.
In the case of the fatal victims of COVID-19 registered in the last 24 hours, two showed up in Ahome, one in Culiacán, and the other in Mazatlán, the ages range from 45 to 84 years old, some had problems diabetes and hypertension, according to the Ministry of Health.
As of the 679th day since Sinaloa registered the first case of COVID, according to the state agency, there is a record of 77,919 in total who have suffered this disease, and as of this Thursday, there are 1,990 active patients, while deaths total 9 one thousand 123.
The official data of the authority indicates that Sinaloa is in a green epidemiological traffic light and the availability of COVID beds in the entity is 95 percent. In this first week of 2022, the figures have marked a high rate of infection, which marks the impact of the fourth wave of the pandemic.
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