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Venezuela reported 401 new cases of covid-19 this Friday

The sector vice president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez, reported this Friday through his Twitter account @luchaalmada, that in the country 401 new infections by covid-19, 378 of community transmission and 23 of people were registered this Friday coming from abroad.

Ñáñez explained that the community cases were geographically detected in: Caracas 97, La Guaira 89, Lara 54, Miranda 38, Zulia 31, Sucre 17, Anzoátegui 16, Yaracuy 13, Nueva Esparta 08, Amazonas 04, Barinas 03, Aragua 03, Mérida 01) Portuguese 01, Cojedes 01, Carabobo 01 Táchira 01.

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In reference to the 23 imported infections come: 13 from Panama, 02 from the Dominican Republic, 02 from Turkey, 01 from Mexico, 01 from Spain, 01 from Colombia, 01 from Chile, 01 from France and 01 from Taiwan; all with tickets for the state of La Guaira.

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The entity with the highest number of infections on the day is Caracas, with active cases in 19 of its 22 parishes: Sucre 17, El Valle 10, Caricuao 09, January 23 08, San Pedro 08, La Pastora 06, Santa Rosalía 05, San José 04, El Paraíso 04, San Juan 04, Antímano 03, El Recreo 03, Santa Teresa 03, La Candelaria 03, San Bernardino 03, Coche 02, Altagracia 02, La Vega 02 and El Junquito 01.

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The official said that in week 95 and day 663 of the pandemic in our country, these are his general statistics:

  • Total infections: 446.427
  • Recovered patients: 436.111 (98%)
  • Current active cases: 4.968
  • 4.090 are being treated in the Public Health System and 878 in private clinics
  • 2.847 asymptomatic or asymptomatic
  • 1.403 with Mild Acute Respiratory Failure
  • 573 with Moderate Acute Respiratory Failure
  • 145 with Severe Acute Respiratory Failure in Intensive Care Units (ICU)

"Remember that the survey is still active through the Patria System to detect the symptoms of the Ómicron variant, your opinion is important in this battle against # Covid19 Participate!", Ñáñez published on the social network.