After 74 days, Neuquén had a new peak with 659 cases

The Ministry of Health of the Province reported 659 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday and exposes the highest figure since October 23, when the peak of the entire pandemic had been reported: 817. In addition, 5 new victims were reported and the total of deaths amounted to 857.

According to a report published by this portfolio, 342 new infections were detected in the province in the last 12 hours, after the day on Tuesday, when a total of 317 new positives of Covid-19 were counted. In this way, there are already 4,4028 people affected by the virus in the province since March, when the coronavirus pandemic began.

The fatal victims are three residents of Neuquén capital, one from Zapala and another from San Martín de los Andes. They are 2 women and 3 men, whose ages range between 55 and 75 years.

The city most affected by the virus on this day was Neuquén, 165 with cases. Zapala followed with 76; Junín de los Andes, 73; San Martín de los Andes, 61; Villa La Angostura, 60; Plottier, 36; Rincón de los Sauces, 32; Centennial, 29; Cutral Co, 22; The Huecú, 14; Las Lajas, 13; Loncopué, 10; The Sheep, 9; Plaza Huincul y Aluminé, 8; Villa El Chocón and Piedra del Águila, 7; Chos Malal and Caviahue, 6; Picún Leufú and Senillosa, 4.

For their part, Mariano Moreno and Añelo reported two new positives; and with a single new case in San Patricio del Chañar, Andacollo, Tricao Malal, Barrancas and Manzano Amargo.

AM-detectar- (11) .jpg

Agustin Martinez

In Neuquén capital, active cases total 1271; and in the capital conglomerate it rises to 1652 cases if you add the 270 from Plottier and 111 from Centenario. Meanwhile, between San Martín de los Andes and Junín de los Andes there are 1,170 cases.

On the other hand, the occupancy of intensive care beds oscillates 96 percent of the health system.

In addition, five hundred thirty-two (532) new people recovered from Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the province of Neuquén were reported. They are 271 women and 261 men, whose ages range from 8 months to 95 years.

Leave a Comment