The Ministry of Health This Sunday reported an additional death from COVID-19The number of victims gathered during the pandemic since March 2020 has increased to 4,399.
In a social media post, the agency specified that the deceased, a 67-year-old woman, had completed a booster vaccination series.
Ago Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA, in English) has authorized the use of vaccines against COVID-19, and the scientific and medical community has confirmed that the drug did not prevent infection with the virus, but it reduced the chances of suffering from severe symptoms and death.
With this death, recorded on May 30, the total number of deaths in that month rose to 170. Meanwhile, between June 1 and 4, 11 deaths had accumulated. The average daily death rate – in a seven-day period – is three.
Overall, they occurred in the past 30 days: 37 deaths in unvaccinated people, 53 deaths in vaccinated people, and 72 deaths in people vaccinated with the booster.
On the other hand, dependency It has been reported that 360 people have been hospitalized due to the coronavirus, which means that the number of patients has decreased in the past 24 hours.
The total is divided into 311 adults and 49 pediatrics. Of the adults, 40 are in the intensive care unit (ICU), 18 of whom are on a ventilator. In addition, two pediatric patients are in intensive care, one of whom is on a ventilator.
according to him vital gateon a date like today three months ago, the number of adult patients in hospital was limited to 73.
While the positivity rate of the virus reported at noon was 33.57%. Three months ago the percentage of this line was 3.66%.
east It is the second highest positive peak recorded in the entire pandemic, It is only overridden by the data reported during the wave by the variable omicronWhen it reached 39.04%.
Meanwhile, the average number of confirmed cases – in a seven-day period – was 766, while the number of probable cases was 2,382.
With regard to vaccination, the percentage of the eligible population aged 5 years or older who have been vaccinated with at least one dose is 95%. More than 2.6 million people have completed the dose series. In addition, only 61.3% of the eligible population over 12 years of age had a booster dose, which represents 1,517,869 people.