DAILY REPORT 3/7 RAE ARGENTINA TO THE WORLD

Situation of Covid-19 in Argentina

DAILY MORNING REPORT NO 221

SITUATION OF COVID-19 IN ARGENTINA

2,744 new cases were confirmed bringing the total up to 69,941 out of which 1,067 (1.5%) are imported,24,969 (35,7%) had been in contact with previously confirmed cases, 32,144 (46%) come from community circulation while the rest is under epidemiological analysis.

Latest reported deaths:

Buenos Aires City: 10 men (77, 86, 95, 91, 89, 56, 82, 92, 94 and 87) and 7 women (88, 78, 79, 69, 1000, 80 and 97)

Buenos Aires Province: 10 men (54, 59, 79, 75, 60, 57, 73, 80, 38 and 74) and 7 women (61, 76, 78, 84, 47, 86 and 82) and 4 women (64, 67, 57, 67)

Chaco: 2 women (71 and 74)

Total deaths so far:

Patients in Intensive Care: 594
Occupied IC Beds: 50.1% (National Level), 55.7% (BA Area)

Total recovered patients: 25, 224

Samples collected yesterday: 9,323

Tests performed so far into the pandemic: 381,431 (average of 8,405.9

samples per million inhabitants).

Suspicious cases ruled out by laboratory result and clinical/epidemiological criteria: 245,852

The main age groups affected by recorded cases are people between 20 and 59 years old, with an average age of 36.

Cases by province (confirmed yesterday/total so far)

– Buenos Aires Province 1,733 | 35,044

– City of Buenos Aires 840 | 28,784

– Catamarca 0 | 0

– Chaco 81 | 2,172

– Chubut 0 | 136

– Córdoba 8 | 667

– Corrientes 0 | 118

– Entre Rios 14 | 307

– Formosa 1 | 75

– Jujuy 14 | 128

– La Pampa 0 | 7

– La Rioja 3 | 88

– Mendoza 2 | 181

– Misiones 0 | 40

– Neuquén 12 | 503

– Rio Negro 34 | 911

– Salta 0 | 33

– San Juan 0 | 8

– San Luis 0 | 11

– Santa Cruz 0 | 51

– Santa Fe 2 | 424

– Santiago del Estero 0 | 25

– Tierra del Fuego 0 | 149

– Tucuman 0 | 79

**It includes 13 cases in the Malvinas Islands according to press information (dueto the illegal occupation of the by the UK, it’s not possible to have more data about the impact of COVID-19 in that part of the Argentine territory).

 

In this regard, it’s key to maintain the mitigation strategy to reduce mortality for those over 60 and for those considered to be in risk groups.

Areas of risk according to the World Health Organization:

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports