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Covid-19 Costa Rica: 53 new on Sunday; total reaches 1,715

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(QCOSTARICA) With the addition of 53 new with COVID-19, the total infected since March has reached 1,715. This was confirmed by Daniel Salas, Minister of Health, at a press conference on Sunday.

There are now 951 active cases. A total of 752 people have recovered, discharged by Health authorities as being COVID-19 free. Regrettably there are 12 deceased, 9 men and 3 women.

Salas reported that there are active cases in 76 of the 82 cantons of the country. This Sunday Nandayure, Guanacaste and Matina, Limón reported cases.

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The age range of people who have been infected ranges from 0 to 92 years.

Currently there are 17 patients in hospital, 3 of whom are in intensive care.

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