25 more deaths are added for Covid-19 in Sinaloa


 JULY 2, 2020

157 patients with coronavirus were confirmed

Sinaloa.- In the July 2 report, the Health Secretary, Efrén Encinas Torre s, reported that 25 more deaths from coronavirus were registered on the platform, with people in an age range between 33 and 91 years old.

Regarding the origin of the people who died, he indicated that 11 are from Ahome, six from Guasave, three from Culiacán, three from Mazatlán, one from Badiraguato, and one from Salvador Alvarado, with a total of 1,356 deaths.

Encinas Torres, detailed that 157 patients with Covid-19 were confirmed, of whom 43 are from Guasave, 38 from Culiacán, 34 from Ahome, 10 from Sinaloa, nine from Mazatlán, seven from El Fuerte, six from Salvador Alvarado, five from Navolato, three from Cosala and two from Escuinapa

There are currently 795 active patients in the state. 232 from Culiacán, 178 from Guasave, 101 from Ahome, 101 from Mazatlán, 39 from Sinaloa, 30 from Escuinapa, 24 from Salvador Alvarado, 26 from El Fuerte, 13 from Navolato, 10 from Badiraguato, eight from Cosala, seven from Angostura, seven from Mocorito, five from Choix, five from Elota, four from Rosario, three from Concordia and two from San Ignacio.

Ministry of Health

The Health Secretary specified that 149 patients were discharged, of whom 62 are from Guasave, 53 from Culiacán, 22 from Ahome, five from Salvador Alvarado, two from El Fuerte, two from Angostura and three from Escuinapa. So in the state, 6,462 people have recovered.

He added that so far there have been 1,865 suspected patients registered in Ahome, El Fuerte, Culiacán, Escuinapa, Guasave, Mazatlán, Salvador Alvarado, Sinaloa, Navolato, Angostura, Mocorito, Elota, Rosario, Concordia, Choix, Badiraguato, San Ignacio and Cosal

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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