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Panama- No deaths from Covid-19 reported in the last 24 hours by the Ministry of Health (Minsa), in its daily epidemiological report, but update 3 of previous dates, with which the accumulated amount of Dead people due to the disease they rose to 8,332.

At the close of this afternoon, the entity also reported that after the application of 10,470 new tests diagnostic, certified 1,957 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 nationwide, rising to 908,392 the number of infections accumulated since March 2020.

Based on these figures stand out that the index lethality It remains in 0.9%while the rate of positivity was located in 18.7%. The amount of recovered people rose to 884,173.

Regarding the number of people who maintain the active diseasethe Minsa certified that these add 15,887 throughout the country and of those 15,656 They must be fulfilling their mandatory isolation (15,637 at home and 19 in hotels), while 231 remaining are found hospitalized (197 Ward and 34 in ICU).

To be on the list today Corrections with the highest number of positive cases: Bethany (96) cases, San Francisco (85), Rufina Alfaro (77), Juan Diaz (64) and Beautiful view (61), all in the province of Panama.


For his part, the Expanded Program on Immunization (PAI), announced that they have already applied 8,361,377 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 and that of them, 3,482,854 correspond to first doses; 3,114,178 to second doses and 1,617,688 to first booster doses.

This translates into a 87.7% of the population older than 5 years with first doses; 78.5% with second doses and 51.5% of the population aged 16 and over with the first booster dose.

In relation to the children population (children between 5 and 11 years old), explained that they have already placed 434,687 pediatric doses, that is to say that he 87.7% of minors have their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine against SARS-Co-V2.

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