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It is confirmed that the first death from COVID-19 in Peru occurred 16 days before what was officially registered by the Minsa
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It is confirmed that the first death from COVID-19 in Peru occurred 16 days before what was officially registered by the Minsa

He was a 63-year-old man, residing in the district of Saposoa, province of Huallaga (San Martín). On March 3, 2020, he died in a health facility in the region and a necropsy was not performed. It was not necessary; the treating physician had determined under clinical criteria that the cause of death was COVID-19.SIGHT: Executive working group establishes that there are more than 180 thousand deaths from COVID-19 in PeruAs reported Trade Three months ago, this is stated in his death certificate registered in the National Death Information System (Sinadef). In that document it was also assigned the code U07.1, used as an international standard to identify the deaths confirmed by the pandemic.After updating the death toll presented on Monday, the Executive acknowledged that there were mo...
Coronavirus in Peru: for a month in a row the number of deaths from all causes fell in Sinadef
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Coronavirus in Peru: for a month in a row the number of deaths from all causes fell in Sinadef

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Editorial: A Tragic April
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Editorial: A Tragic April

One year, one month and 29 days, Peru officially registered its first case of COVID-19. Just over a week later, the then president Martin Vizcarra It established one of the most severe quarantines in the world and, at the same time, the country began the grim routine of, day by day, counting the number of compatriots with the disease. ICU beds, diagnostic tests, masks and oxygen were missing. On the other hand, there was plenty of uncertainty and the epidemiological curve that they drew us daily did not behave as the authorities expected it to. The Ministry of Health (Minsa) It proved incapable of giving us the precise numbers of deaths, but the National Information System of Deaths (Sinadef) was ahead, accounting for the excess of deaths with respect to other years, that the panoram...
COVID-19: pandemic indicators hit record levels in April |  GRAPHICS
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COVID-19: pandemic indicators hit record levels in April | GRAPHICS

April was the worst month of the pandemic of COVID-19 in the country. In this period, infections, positivity of cases and mortality due to coronavirus increased more rapidly compared to March and reached new historical 'peaks', further boosting the demand for hospital beds and of FIA to treat moderate and severe cases of the disease.This fact was recognized yesterday by the Health Minister, Oscar Ugarte, who pointed out that Peru is currently at the highest point of the second wave and expects its advance to slow down in the coming weeks. "We know that this second wave is being very tough. We are at the cusp, let's hope that the next few weeks will begin to decrease, but we are expanding oxygen, expanding ICU beds, and above all vaccinating, which is the best way ”, He said.Mortalit...