Two women, aged 66 and 77, died in the last 24 hours from coronavirus in San Juan

The Ministry of Public Health reported that 2 deaths due to COVID-19 were registered in San Juan this Friday, January 14. A 77-year-old woman, from Chimbas, who was hospitalized at the Medical Institute; and another 66-year-old, from Rivadavia, admitted to the Santa Clara Clinic; They were the last fatalities.

In addition, 2,534 new infections were reported, in addition to 2,700 tests that returned negative results, so the positivity rate for the day was 48.5% in the province.

The official numbers in San Juan

  • New cases: 2,534
  • Total confirmed: 96,296
  • Patients with infectious process: 20,789
  • Deceased people (cumulative): 1,196
  • Recovered: 74,311
  • Negative test: 2,700

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49 patients are hospitalized in the COVID-19 areas of the Dr. Guillermo Rawson hospitals; Dr. Marcial Quiroga; Dr. Ventura Lloveras, from Sarmiento; Dr. César Aguilar, from Caucete; Dr. José Giordano, from Albardón; Dr. Federico Cantoni, from Pocito; CEMEC; Dr. Julieta Lanteri; San Roque Hospital, in Jáchal; Dr. Alejandro Albarracín Hospital, in Valle Fértil; Hospital of Barreal, of Calingasta; May 25 Hospital; Private hospital; Medical Institute; El Castaño Clinic; Santa Clara Clinic; San Juan Sanatorium and CCI.

Of that total, 10 patients remain hospitalized in the Critical Area, one patient with mechanical ventilation.

Among those hospitalized in the COVID-19 area, two patients are pregnant and one person is a pediatrician.

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