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COMUNICADO DE PRENSA DE LA SECRETARÍA DE SALUD DE YUCATÁN
Sábado, 4 de abril de 2020
Mérida, Yucatán, 4 de abril de 2020.-
Desde que inició la contingencia y hasta el día de hoy, sábado 4 de abril, se han detectado en Yucatán:
364 casos sospechosos.
De los cuales:
63 casos han dado positivo; 2 lamentablemente fallecieron.
63 continúan en estudio y
238 casos ya fueron descartados.
De los casos confirmados, 43 ya se recuperaron: no presentan síntomas ni pueden contagiar. 12 están estables, aislados en sus hogares, monitoreados constantemente por personal médico de la SSY; presentan síntomas leves.
7 de estos casos confirmados están hospitalizados y en aislamiento total. Entre ellos, un ciudadano británico, cuyo gobierno solicitó la ayuda humanitaria de México, y que fue diagnosticado aquí. La otra pasajera británica que dio positivo, pero presenta síntomas leves, se encuentra aislada, como marcan los protocolos, monitoreada permanentemente por personal médico del sector salud.
Kaiserschmarrn wrote:@Tainari88, is this your govt's website?
If so, here's the latest:
Tainari88 wrote:@Rancid I went to the Johns Hopkins map. My city has absolutely no cases at all? Is that normal? I am wondering? The Yucatan reports zero cases. Hmmm
I am trying to figure out why the entire state doesn't have any corona cases? It has tourism and people coming in and out from Mexico City? Why no cases? Some Yucatecans say the heat and humidity combo for this region is containing it? But I don't know...maybe it is in delay mode?
Check out Rancid the peninsula of Yucatan? Johns Hopkins map says no cases?
Tainari88 wrote:It is talking about suspicious cases Kaiser and British patients being positive.
PRESS RELEASE OF THE YUCATÁN SECRETARIAT OF HEALTH
Saturday, April 4, 2020
Merida, Yucatan, April 4, 2020.-
Since the contingency began and until today, Saturday, April 4, the following have been detected in Yucatan:
364 suspected cases.
63 cases have tested positive; 2 unfortunately passed away.
63 are still under study and
238 cases have already been ruled out.
Of the confirmed cases, 43 have already recovered: they do not present symptoms nor can they spread. 12 are stable, isolated in their homes, constantly monitored by SSY medical personnel; have mild symptoms
7 of these confirmed cases are hospitalized and in total isolation. Among them, a British citizen, whose government requested humanitarian aid from Mexico, and who was diagnosed here. The other British passenger who tested positive, but shows mild symptoms, is isolated, as protocols indicate, permanently monitored by medical personnel from the health sector.
Tainari88 wrote:It is strange. The measures they have taken is really strong. Nothing is open. Everyone running into a supermarket has to be ALONE and with mask, gel, handwashing and they are spraying everything down with chlorine. They are in total lockdown and it doesn't make sense that in the Johns Hopkins map? The entire region is in gray only and no red. Rumors in hospitals say there is almost no cases. I am trying to figure it out?
But COVID-19 is not pandemic influenza.10 The potential to contain it has not been adequately appreciated. This difference is largely a function of the biology and epidemiology of this infection. COVID-19 infection has a longer incubation period (median of 5–6 days) than influenza (1–3 days). This feature provides an opportunity for case identification and isolation and tracing and quarantining of contacts to succeed, but probably only if done swiftly and effectively.11
Rancid wrote:Who will take on the Brexit flag once he's dead?
Plenty of Brexiteers in the Tory camp. Raab for one. But he is getting the best care so don't write him off yet.
Good luck to him and all the victims in the next few months. He's a Clown but doesn't deserve this I guess.
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