Report 1.064 new cases and 17 deaths from covid-19 in the country

The Sectorial Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez reported that in the last 24 hours 1.064 new cases and 17 deaths from covid-19 were reported in the country, rising to 350 thousand 795 the accumulated number of infections and 4 thousand 245 the total number of deaths from the virus, after 549 days of the pandemic.

By offering the usual daily balance offered by the Presidential Commission for the Control and Prevention of COVID-19, through his account on the social network Twitter @luchaalmada, the also Minister of Communication and Information detailed that there are 334.912 to date (95%) recovered people; 11.638 active cases, of which 11.279 are being treated in the public health system and 359 are confined in private clinics.

Minister Ñáñez pointed out that there are 6.384 asymptomatic patients, 4.376 with mild Acute Respiratory Failure, 726 with Moderate Acute Respiratory Failure and 152 in the Intensive Care Unit.

It reported that cases of community transmission were detected in 19 states, among which are: Caracas (265), La Guaira (159), Miranda (137), Carabobo (136), Falcón (135), Yaracuy (49), Aragua ( 44), Nueva Esparta (36), Zulia (17), Sucre (12), Trujillo (12), Lara (12), Portuguesa (10), Barinas (10), Anzoátegui (9), Cojedes (6), Apure (6), Táchira (5) and Bolívar (4).

COVID-19, Part Wednesday 15/09/2021 (Photo Presidential Commission)

He added that Caracas continues to register the highest number of infections, in 21 of its 22 parishes, such as: Sucre (62), Santa Rosalía (46), El Valle (28), El Paraíso (14), La Candelaria (11), San Juan (11), 23 de Enero (11), La Vega (9), Coche (8), San Pedro (8), Antímano (8), San Agustín (7), Altagracia (6), El Junquito (5 ), Caricuao (5), El Recreo (4), Macarao (4), Santa Teresa (2), San Bernardino (2), La Pastora (2) and San José (1):  

He then affirmed that in the last hours there were 17 new deaths, according to the following report by States: 7 in Caracas (2 women of 73, 94 years old and 5 men of 53, 54, 59, 77, 83 years old); 4 in Miranda (2 women 42, 64 years old and 2 men 52, 62 years old); 3 in Anzoátegui (1 58-year-old woman and 2 68, 90-year-old men); 2 in Zulia (1 78-year-old woman and 1 71-year-old man) and 1 in Guárico (1 66-year-old woman).

To conclude, the Sectorial Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez recalled that "we continue in the week of flexibility in which the use of biosafety measures must prevail, that is the best tool against the Coronavirus."

 

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