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Coronavirus in Argentina: 75 deaths and 2,632 new cases confirmed in the last 24 hours


They are the figures of the last report of the Ministry of Health of the Nation. The province of Buenos Aires is the district with the most cases.

07/06/2020 - 19:41

  • Clarí
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The Ministry of Health of the Nation reported 2,632 new cases and 75 deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. 

In Monday's morning report, the ministry had reported 16 new deaths. There were 9 men, 5 of 71, 80, 84, 58 and 70 years, from the province of Buenos Aires; 3 of 66, 86 and 72 years of age, from the City of Buenos Aires (CABA); one of 76 years, from Río Negro; and 7 women, 3 of 63, 91 and 89 years, also from Buenos Aires territory; 2, 94 and 79 years old, from CABA; a 76-year-old from Chaco; and an 80-year-old from Neuquén.

Of the total cases until this Monday morning (49.5% women and 50.5% men), 1.4% are imported, 35% close contact, 46.6% community circulation and the rest It is under epidemiological investigation. The main affected age groups of the registered cases correspond to people between 20 and 59 years old, and the average age of 36 years.

On Sunday, 6,756 new samples were made and since the start of the outbreak, 406,210 diagnostic tests were carried out for this disease, which is equivalent to 8,951.9 samples per million inhabitants. The number of cases discarded so far is 258,801 (per laboratory and per clinical / epidemiological criteria).

"It is an extremely long quarantine, of course the people can't take it anymore and we are doing everything necessary so that from 18 we can change it," the Buenos Aires health minister, Fernán Quirós , said Sunday in dialogue with Miter radio.

For his part, the Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, Axel Kicillof, again pointed to the City for the numbers of infected . "The degree of affectation also recognizes differences according to the distance from the City of Buenos Aires, because it is there, in the City and the first cord, in the area called AMBA , where the virus had the strongest impact, obviously due to population density," he said. .

Along the same lines, he continued: "When one says that the first cordon has 354 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, we are saying that for every 100 inhabitants there are 0.3 infections. In the City, with which we share the same urban space, there is a spread every 100 inhabitants. In other words, we see that the most densely populated area is where there are the most infections and that decreases as the area is larger and the demography is different. "

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