MÉRIDA, Yucatán, (January 8, 2022) .- This is the medical report for Friday, January 7: The administration of the second dose of the Coronavirus vaccine from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer continues to adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17 who live in Mérida, a process that will take place until Sunday, January 9.
“We invite you to get vaccinated without fear to protect our health and that of our families. We are working together with the State Government, the Ministry of Welfare and the Armed Forces“, the Health Secretariat announcement said.
As has been pointed out, in the economic reopening the most important data are hospital occupancy and daily income. Today we have 54 patients in public hospitals.
71,286 patients have already recovered: they do not have symptoms and they cannot be contagious. This figure represents 90% of the total registered infections, which is 79,347.
Today 267 new infections of Coronavirus were detected:
- 82 in Mérida,
- 34 in Valladolid,
- 23 in Progreso,
- 20 in Tizimín,
- 15 in Kanasín,
- 10 in Hunucmá,
- 9 in Acanceh,
- 8 in Motul and Tixkokob,
- 5 foreigners,
- 5 in Tekax, Ticul, Umán,
- 4 in Maxcanú and Sucilá,
- 3 in Conkal and Cuncunul,
- 2 in Temozón, Baca, Cacalchén, Izamal, Muxupip, Peto and Tzucacab,
- 1 in Chicxulub Pueblo, Halachado, Hocabá, Ixil, Sacalum, Sinanché, Tinum, Tixméhuac, Uayma and Yobaín
Of the 79,347 positive cases, 640 are from another country or another state
THE MUNICIPALITIES OF YUCATAN WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF CONTAGED PEOPLE ARE (accumulated cases as of January 6):
- Merida 48,421
- Valladolid 4,019
- Kanasín 3,099
- Tizimin 2,037
- Progreso 2,035
- Uman 2,008
- Ticul 1,786
- Hunucma 1,036
- Tekax 1,035
- Motul 904
- Maxcanu 668
- Izamal 629
- Acanceh 517
- Tixkokob 421
- Peto 407
- Conkal 391
- Oxkutzcab 351
- Temozon 344
- Chemax 319
- Tinum 272
THE MUNICIPALITIES OF YUCATAN WITH THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF DEATHS AS OF JANUARY 6, 2022 ARE:
- Merida 3,263
- Valladolid 263
- Kanasin 158
- Uman 153
- Tizimin 137
- Motul 117
- Progreso 110
- Ticul 109
- Izamal 83
- Hunucma 68
- Maxcanú 60
- Oxkutzcab 58
- Acanceh 56
- Tekax 49
- Temozon 48
- Conkal 37
- Muna 37
- Chemax, Tixkokob 35
- Tecoh 32
Specifically, in Mérida, 48,421 people have been diagnosed with Coronavirus (accumulated cases as of January 6), living in:
- 12,541 in the North zone
- 11,906 in the East zone
- 4,763 in the Downtown area
- 7,461 in the South zone
- 11,750 in the Poniente area
Unfortunately, in this medical report we report 2 deaths:
1.- Male 72 years from Progreso. HAS
2.- 63-year-old female from Mérida. Cardiovascular disease / DM / SAH
In total, 6,495 people have died from the Coronavirus in Yucatan ever since the pandemic started.
Of the active cases, 1,512 are stable, isolated, monitored by SSY medical personnel; have mild symptoms.
As already mentioned, 54 of the positive cases are in public hospitals and in total isolation. There are other patients awaiting diagnosis.
The age range of the cases is from 1 month to 107 years.
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