The customary daily balance of the Presidential Commission for the Control and Prevention of Covid-19 reflected that Zulia was the entity with the highest number of infections and at the national level 1.192 new cases of community transmission were recorded in the last 24 hours.
The information was published via Twitter by the Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez, who detailed that with these statistics reported this Saturday the accumulated total of infections rises to 13.832, with 274 thousand 522 (94%) people recovered after receiving the Free treatment guaranteed by the National Executive.
He added that currently “we have 13.832 active cases, 13.303 are being treated in the public health system and 529 in private clinics. So far 7.329 patients who are asymptomatic, 5.138 with mild Acute Respiratory Failure, 960 with Moderate Acute Respiratory Failure and 405 in the Intensive Care Unit ”.
Through his account on the social network Twitter @luchaalmada, the Minister of People's Power for Communication and Information presented a detailed list of the number of cases reported by states, being as follows: Zulia (254), Monagas (168) , Caracas (97), Mérida (96), Yaracuy (89), Nueva Esparta (68), Miranda (64), Carabobo (61), Lara (57), Trujillo (52), Falcón (46), Amazonas (21 ), Anzoátegui (19), La Guaira (18), Sucre (17), Delta Amacuro (16), Táchira (14), Guárico (12), Portuguesa (9), Aragua (5), Apure (4), Cojedes (3), Barinas (1), Bolívar (1).
Minister Freddy Ñáñez said that Zulia by leading the list of infections by registering 254 infections, with active cases in 11 of its 21 municipalities: Maracaibo (119), Mara (68), Jesús Enrique Lossada (15), Cabimas (14), Lagunillas (14), San Francisco (10), Miranda (5), La Cañada de Urdaneta (5), Guajira (2), Simón Bolívar (1), Santa Rita (1).
Finally, Minister Ñáñez said that in the last 24 hours there were 12 new deaths to reach 3.362, according to the report of the following states: Anzoátegui (2 women of 75, 79 years and 2 men of 57, 83 years); Táchira (4 men of 71, 76 and two of 52 years); Zulia (2 women of 57, 66 years old); Caracas (1 man of 57 years) and Sucre (1 man of 42 years). "The Bolivarian Government expresses its condolences to family and friends" - said the Minister of Communication and Information.