Coronavirus in Peru: The hard and silent battle that children suffer against COVID-19
José Luis Espinoza Domínguez raffled off his vehicle to be able to pay the costs of the coronavirus treatment of his father-in-law, who is admitted to a clinic in recovery after spending 21 days in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). (Look here)
Man raffled his car to save the life of his father-in-law infected by COVID-19
In addition, so far more than a million doses of the Pfizer vaccine have arrived, which has been applied to the elderly and personnel of the National Police and the Armed Forces. Both the Sinopharm and Pfizer vaccines require two doses. The vaccination process began on Tuesday, February 9, in the main health centers in Lima and Callao. (Find out more here)
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that, as of this Monday, May 3, the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 – with at least one dose – amounts to 1,130,499. These people are part of the first phase of immunization. The number of citizens immunized with two doses is 628,217.
COVID-19: more than 1,130,000 Peruvians received the coronavirus vaccine
The Minsa also reported that there is a total of 14,630 hospitalized patients, of which a total of 2,654 are on mechanical ventilation.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported on Sunday that the death toll from coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country rose to 62,126, it is 337 new deceased. In addition, it reported an increase of 6,083 infections (1,685 in the last 24 hours), so the total number of infected people reaches 1,810,998.
Minsa reports 337 deaths and 6,083 new infections