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Minsa: se registran 460 nuevos casos de coronavirus  y 4 defunciones

Panama reports 460 new COVID-19 cases and 4 deaths in 24 hours

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that this Tuesday, May 11, 460 new cases of coronavirus were registered, after the application of 8,616 tests with a positivity rate of 5.3%.
In the last 24 hours, 4 new deaths were reported, for a cumulative number of 6,282. They also update a number of deaths from previous days.

Leonardo Labrador, head of epidemiology at the Minsa, reported that the total accumulated cases amounts to 368,368. Of this last figure, 357,714 people have recovered.

To date, Labrador said, there are 3,804 people in home isolation and 196 are in hotels. In hospitals there are 372 people, of which 321 are in the ward and 51 in intensive care units (ICU).

He added that this Tuesday David, Chiriquí led the cases with 26. Juan Díaz followed with 14 and Parque Lefevre with 13.

As for the Rt, Labrador indicated that for this week it stands at 0.96.
Comments

mike 36 days ago
Love
No facts - you are in panic mode
come down - it is just a normal virus
Love 37 days ago
Please take care to prevent this deadly c19 disease. G really loves you, please apply all the covid safety measures and take the vaccine please use the mask. Eat + exercise healthy to avoid clots. Others and I also love you! Luke 14 Forsake all you have everyone and yourself for JE
Luke 16 Work for JE, not pay$, then JE will give you and your family the food and clothing if they follow too
Matthew 25 && Luke 12 && 6 Sell everything and give to poor and keep all giving in secret
Mark 16 && John 17 Share the Truth to everyone working with others in love and peace
Revelation 13 && 14 Don't take the mark of the beast right hand or forehead only way to buy or sell *not vaccine or mask, but maybe implant or quantum technology
Revelation 17 && 18 U.S. Is most likely the Babylon to be destroyed in one hour, with fire
mike 37 days ago
Just a game. More tests -> more new cases. Less tests -> less new cases. It is high time to stop this nonsense.

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