Sinaloa.- The state of Sinaloa continues to register COVID-19 infections, 617 days have passed since the first case of coronavirus detected in the state, yesterday 661 positive cases were added, 60 new deaths, of which 59 are lagging and 1 current, and the Ministry of Health reported 666 new recoveries. Including accumulated recovery data in these figures.
New active cases
Of the 661 new confirmed cases, 207 are from Culiacán, 178 from Mazatlán, 112 from Ahome, 46 from Guasave, from the municipality of Sinaloa 40, from Escuinapa 17, 15 from El Fuerte, 10 from Navolato, 6 from Salvador Alvarado, from Elota 5 , from Angostura 5, from Mocorito 4, from Cosalá 4, from Badiraguato 3, from El Rosario 3, 3 more are from San Ignacio and from Choix there are 3.
Of the 60 new deaths, from Culiacán there are 18, from Mazatlán 15, from Ahome 12, Guasave 4, from Sinaloa municipality there are 3, from Navolato 2, from Salvador Alvarado 2, while El Fuerte, Angostura, Escuinapa and Elota tie in numbers with 1 new loss in each municipality.
In recoveries Culiacán tops the list with 214, from Mazatlán there are 174, from Ahome 107, from Guasave 51, from Sinaloa municipality 37, from El Fuerte 21, 16 from Escuinapa, from Navolato 9, 7 from Salvador Alvarado, from Mocorito 5, from Cosalá in the same way there are 5, Badiraguato added 4 recoveries, Angostura, Choix and San Ignacio 3 and Rosario 2.
Throughout the state there are 664 suspected cases, with Concordia and San Ignacio being the only municipalities that do not have suspected patients. While Culiacán has 236, Ahome 131, 133 Mazatlán, Guasave 9, Navolato 22, 16 El Fuerte, 8 Salvador Alvarado, while they tie with 4 unconfirmed cases Cosalá, Choix, Escuinapa and Sinaloa. El Rosario has 3 just like Elota, Mocorito and Badiraguato have 1 and Angostura 2.
The city of Culiacán tops the list among the municipalities with the most deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, having to date a total of 3,219 and the municipality that is closest to this figure is Ahome with 1,547.
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Of the 60 deaths reported by the Secretary of Health of the state of Sinaloa, only one was registered yesterday, while the rest are cases that were accumulated. Outside of this, the losses due to covid are on the decline.