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Panama reports 232 new COVID-19 cases and 2 deaths in 24 hours

Panama reports 232 new COVID-19 cases and 2 deaths in 24 hours

The number of active cases is 3,420, of which there are 3,139 in home isolation; 3,004 at home and 135 in hotels.
This Tuesday, September 28, 232 new cases of COVID- 19 were registered in Panama , for a total of 466,589 infections, according to the epidemiological report of the Ministry of Health ( Minsa ).

In addition, 7,242 tests were applied and the percentage of positivity is at 3.2%.

The number of active cases is 3,420, of which there are 3,139 in home isolation; 3,004 at home and 135 in hotels.

In the last 24 hours, 2 deaths were registered, to raise the total number of deaths to 7,219, this indicates that the lethality of this virus is 1.6%. A death of an earlier date was registered.

The number of hospitalized is 281, of which 230 are in the ward and 51 in intensive care.
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mike 19 days ago
Doctors stop the corona vaccination. Here is an example from Germany. Letter to the patient. Quote: "...The data situation on all COVID vaccines is not convincing. The analyzes of the immunological reactions to the vaccinations show implausible results with regard to the effectiveness with regard to the establishment of “sterile immunity”. The severity of the course of the disease in a vaccinated person is not significantly reduced, as the figures from Israel recently showed. These unsystematic findings, as well as the high disease burden in the population immediately after a COVID vaccination due to side effects such as headache and body aches, drowsiness and dizziness, unclear persistent lymph node swelling in the drainage area of ​​the vaccination area, temporary and persistent skin reactions in these areas as well as changes in the blood count with an increase in the The platelet count, but also more serious events such as the acceleration of the progress of existing tumor diseases or newly occurring tumor diseases in the temporal connection with a COVID-19 vaccination gave us the reason not to use any further vaccines in our practice..."

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