COVID: Venezuela registers 373 new cases in the last 24 hours

Venezuela registered 373 new infections of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, 372 community cases and 1 case imported from Mexico, as announced this Monday the sector vice president for Communication, Culture and Tourism, Freddy Ñáñez.

“Community cases are distributed as follows: Capital District 95, Yaracuy 83, Miranda 72, Táchira 48, Lara 26, Nueva Esparta 24, Aragua 9, Mérida 7, Guárico 7, La Guaira 1″, he reported from his account on the Twitter network social.

In turn, he stressed that “the Capital District is once again the entity with the highest number of infections in 19 of its Parishes: Sucre (14), Altagracia (11), San Pedro (8), El Valle (8), El Recreo (6), San Juan (5), La Vega (5), 23 de Enero (4), El Paraíso (3), La Candelaria (3), among others”.

The also Minister of Communication and Information, noted that in 302 days of pandemic in Venezuela, “have been counted 116,983 confirmed cases, 110,873 people recovered, representing 95% of infections.”

“We have 5,037 active cases, 4,679 are being treated in the public health system, 33 in private clinics and 325 in home isolation,” he wrote.

He also highlighted that “2,863 patients are asymptomatic, 1,782 with mild Acute Respiratory Failure, 301 with Moderate Acute Respiratory Failure and 91 in intensive care units.”

Since the detection of the first case in national territory, 2,450,838 tests have been carried out; which represents 81,694 tests per million inhabitants, he explained.

“Today began a new week of flexibility under the Venezuelan 7 + 7 plus method, remember to take care of yourself and leave home only if it is strictly necessary, Covid-19 continues to circulate in the streets and it is up to us to keep the contagion curve flat,” said finally the head of the communications portfolio.