31 COVID deaths reported by Sinaloa the majority were diabetic and hypertensive patients


 JULY 8, 2020

This July 8, 31 new deaths and 139 patients were registered in the entity

 Sin.- The Sinaloa Health Secretariat (SSS) recorded that in the 31 deaths today by the victims of Covid-19, the majority were diabetic and hypertensive patients, and of the male sex.

The deceased were around between 22 and 89 years, 16 of these were men. The highest number of deaths was obtained by Culiacán with 18, Ahome nine and Guasave four.

Today, 658 active patients were also registered, of whom 34.8 percent are hospitalized and 15.5 percent of them are seriously ill.

As for the new patients, Sinaloa captured 139 on its health platform, today there were only two new patients less than yesterday. Culiacán today had 41 new patients, Ahome 31, Guasave 17, Mazatlán 14, Navolato 11, El Fuerte eight, Escuinapa nine, Angostura three, Mocorito three and Salvador Alvarado two.

On the friendly side of the data, today’s recovered were 103 people: 36 from Culiacán, 31 in Mazatlán, in Guasave nine, Navolato and Escuinapa had five recovered. El Rosario three, Sinaloa, Salvador Alvarado, El Fuerte, Angostura and Cosalá, recorded two recovered: Elota, San Ignacio, Choix and Concordia, one.

Dr. Efrrén Encinas Torres, Secretary of Health. Photo: Courtesy │ Ministry of Health


Since the coronavirus cases began to be counted in the state, until today, we have to: 1,508 deaths have occurred, 9,479 patients have been recovered and 1,851 suspected patients have been counted. Seven thousand 313 Sinaloans have recovered.

At the moment, it has been monitored that there are suspicious citizens in all the municipalities of the entity.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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