The number of people admitted to hospital for Govt-19 in Puerto Rico has risen to 71

Number of hospital admissions COVID-19 In Puerto Rico it rose to 71 this SaturdayThis represents an increase of 17 patients compared to the number reported yesterday Department of Health.

In addition, this is the first time since March 1 that 70 of those admitted to the hospital have claimed the tax again. As of that day, 74 patients had been hospitalized, not counting minors, according to the health report.

Of the 71 patients reported today, The group noted that 49 were adults and 22 were minors.

According to the Health Biofortal, none of the patients are being held in the intensive care unit (ICU).

Except, The agency announced three new deaths as a result of the virus, so the total number collected today in that order is 4,176.

Of the three who died, two did not receive immunization against the virus, according to the health report, while the rest had already completed the required vaccination cycle. Similarly, demographic data establish that one of the dead was 77 years old and lived in Arecibo, while the rest lived in Mayagus between the ages of 77 and 84.

In addition, At 12:00 noon, Salud reported a positive rate of 11.95%, slightly higher than yesterday’s percentage.

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The agency’s Data BioPortal shows a steady increase in the positive rate for the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Puerto Rico since mid-March.

The average number of confirmed cases – in seven days – is 190 and the number of potential cases is 324.

As for the vaccine, 2,949,745 (95.9%) eligible 5 year olds or older have received at least one dose of the approved vaccine, Health said on its portal. Of these, 2,668,706 completed the dose sequence (86.8%).

In addition, 170,664 children between the ages of 5 and 11 have at least one dose of the vaccine. Pfizer And 1,432,159 people over the age of 12 received the booster dose, which is 60% of the eligible population.

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