This Thursday, January 27, the country’s health authorities diagnosed a total of 77,729 new positive cases of coronavirus and 334 deaths associated with the viral diseaseone of the highest daily death rates reported in Argentina.
Now, according to the indicators of the Ministry of Health of the Nation, the cumulative infection rate of coronavirus in the country it rose today to 8,207,752 cases and 120,352 deaths recorded since the start of the pandemic, almost two years ago. For their part, some 7,272,010 people recovered from the virus.
On this occasion, the jurisdictions that showed the highest incidence of cases of coronavirus They were the Province of Buenos Aires (34,862), the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (8,592), Córdoba (7,643) and Santa Fe (5,725), with more than 5,000 positive cases each.
They are followed, although with less incidence, by the provinces of Tucumán (2,341), Mendoza (2,091), Formosa (1,614), Entre Ríos (1,610), Chaco (1,5,849, Jujuy (1,422), San Juan (1,362), Neuquén (1,119 ) and Saint Louis (1,027).
Meanwhile, with less than 1,000 daily cases of the virusThe list is completed by the provinces of La Pampa (973), Chubut (951), Río Negro (914), Salta (885), Catamarca (654), Corrientes (475), Santa Cruz (425), La Rioja (379) , Misiones (372), Santiago del Estero (360) and Tierra del Fuego (349).
In terms of deaths, it was reported that Of the total number of victims, 157 were women and 177 were men. The majority of deaths were reported in the Province of Buenos Aires, Chaco, Córdoba, Salta, CABA, Corrientes and Mendoza.
Currently, there are a total of 815,390 people in the country with active cases of coronavirusof which 2,836 are admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICU). ICU bed occupancy at the national level stands at 49.7% and 48.1% in the AMBA (Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area).
Strategic Vaccination Plan
Until the cutoff at 5:00 p.m. today, Argentina had already distributed 96,370,321 vaccines against coronavirus among all the provinces of the country, of which 86,151,950 doses were applied in the general population. The detailed figures are as follows:
- First applied dose: 39,494,515 people (83.43% of the population).
- Second dose applied: 34,745,698 people (75.67% of the population).
- Third dose applied: 8,890,585 people (23.05% of the population).