Public Health Report on Coronavirus No. 525

The Ministry of Public Health reported that on Thursday, August 12, 2021, there were seven deaths due to COVID-19.

The deceased are: A 68-year-old man, born in Chimpas, who was transferred to Santa Clara Hospital. A 53-year-old man from Chimbas, admitted to the private hospital; A 76-year-old woman, born in Chimbas, was admitted to Dr. Marcial Quiroga Hospital; An 89-year-old man from the capital, who was admitted to the Hospital of Dr. Ventura Luferas; A 65-year-old woman from Chimbas, admitted to Dr. Marcial Quiroga Hospital; A 68-year-old woman from Pocito, admitted to Dr. Guillermo Rawson Hospital; and a 76-year-old woman from Chimbas, who was admitted to Dr. Guillermo Rawson Hospital.

The San Juan government expresses its condolences to relatives, friends and relatives and accompanies them at this painful moment.

It was also revealed that as of 7:00 p.m. on the date of the date, the following official numbers of coronavirus cases have been recorded in San Juan:

  • New cases: 278
  • Confirmed total: 68,921
  • Infected patients: 3971
  • Deceased (cumulative): 1095
  • Recovered: 63855
  • Negative tests: 1,373

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161 patients were hospitalized in COVID-19 areas (between positives and suspects) at Dr. Guillermo Rawson Hospitals; Dr.. Marcial Quiroga; Dr.. Ventura Loveras of Sarmiento; Dr.. Cesar Aguilar of Caussette. Dr.. Jose Giordano of Albardon. Federico Cantone, of Boquito; Simic. Dr.. Giulietta Lantry; San Roque Hospital, from Yachal; Dr. Alejandro Albarracín Hospital of Valle Vertel. Barriel Hospital, Calingasta; private hospital; medical institute; El Castano Clinic; Santa Clara Clinic; Sanatorio San Juan and CCI.

Of this total, 94 patients remain hospitalized in the critical area, 36 of whom are on mechanical ventilation.

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Of the total number of interns in COVID-19 areas, there is one confirmed pediatric patient with COVID-19. There are no pregnant/postpartum patients.

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