Wednesday 29 March 2023

COVID-19 Costa Rica: New cases increase daily, new record for hospitalizations

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(QCOSTARICA) The number of new daily cases over 1,000 seems to be common now, with yesterday’s 1,121 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Costa Rica, bringing the total to 43,305 since March 6.

Dr. Daniel Salas, Minister of Health, providing the daily report from his home where is in self-isolation. He is expected back at the pulpit on Monday, September 7

By age, we have 39,288 adults (of which 2,783 seniors) and 3,837 minors.

There are 16,512 recovered people, of which 7,540 are women and 8,972 are men.

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456 people are hospitalized, 154 of them in intensive care with an age range of 2 to 83 years. The highest number so far.

On Wednesday, 10 regrettable deaths were reported: eight men, and two women, with an age range of 48 to 81 years.

In total there are 453 deaths related to COVID-19: 174 women and 279 men, with an age range of 19 to 100 years.

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