Tuesday 6 June 2023

Caja Reports Ten Deaths From AH1N1; 54 Patients in Four Hospitals

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Photo for illustrative purposes. Costa Rica's social security - state medical care - reports 10 deaths from the AH1N1 virus and 54 patients in four hospitals.
Photo for illustrative purposes. Costa Rica’s social security – state medical care – reports 10 deaths from the AH1N1 virus and 54 patients in four hospitals.

QCOSTARICA – The Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social (CCSS) – Costa Rica Social Security – has confirmed the number of deaths from the AH1N1 virus is not at ten: five at the San Carlos hospital, three at the San Rafael hospital in Alajuela, one at the Max Peralta hospital in Cartago and one at a private clinic.

The CCSS report says that of last night (Wednesday), 54 patients, 14 of which are in intensive care, are being treated at four hospitals.

According to a statement by CCSS director, Dr. María del Rocío Sáenz, the severe cases include patients with acute respiratory infections, hypertension, diabetes, asthma and obesity.

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At the San Juan de Dios hospital in San Jose, the country’s largest hospital, they report a doctor from a private clinic among the patients with AH1N1.

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