In his last epidemiological part, The Ministry of Health of the Nation notified the detection of 1,993 new infections of coronavirus in Argentinaa slight increase of almost 100 cases compared to the previous day.
On the other hand, in terms of deaths, today the death of about 36 patients was reported due viral disease, 17 women and 19 men. The deaths due to coronavirus of the last 24 hours were in the Province of Buenos Aires (19), Santa Fe (10), CABA (2), Córdoba (1), Entre Ríos (1), Jujuy (1), Neuquén (1) and Tucumán ( one).
With this update, the total infection rate of coronavirus in the country it was located today in 9,051,243 cases and the deaths already add up to 128,194this since March 2020, when the pandemic reached the nation.
In the last 24 hours, the only jurisdiction that did not report positive cases of the virus it was Jujuy; while in the rest of the country, the infections were distributed as follows: Buenos Aires (676), CABA (457), Misiones (292) and Córdoba (146), with the highest incidence.
Meanwhile, with less than 100 positive cases, they are followed by the provinces of Corrientes (53), Mendoza (49), Entre Ríos (43), Río Negro (39), Neuquén (38), La Pampa (35), Tucumán ( 30), Chubut (29), Santa Fe (29), Santa Cruz (28), Chaco (10), San Luis (9), Formosa (7), La Rioja (7), San Juan (7), Santiago del Estero (3), Tierra del Fuego (3), Catamarca (2), and Salta (2).
However, the daily positivity rate in the country today was below 8% and the active cases of coronavirus down to 42,911. In addition, there are 429 patients hospitalized in the country’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU), which raises the bed occupancy rate to 37.4% nationwide.
How many people were vaccinated in Argentina
Since the beginning of the national vaccination campaign, on December 29, 2019, a total of 40,653,879 Argentines and Argentines have received at least one dose of anti-coronavirus drugs in the country.
To date, 37,064,170 vaccinated persons have already completed the scheme with both guidelines and 16,512,089 people have received the third dose of the serums. Currently, the immunization operation in Argentina is open to the entire population over 3 years of age and in several provinces of the country the fourth dose has already begun to be applied.