Umuarama registers two more deaths due to covid-19; now there are 125 deaths

The number of deaths due to complications from Covid-19 continues to increase in Umuarama. The Health Department confirmed the deaths of two women aged 55 and 67, who were admitted to the Uopeccan Hospital, between Tuesday and Wednesday, 31. Now there are 125 deaths caused by the disease – in many cases associated with comorbidities, but worryingly victimizing hitherto healthy and increasingly young people.

With the registration of 52 new cases this Wednesday (26 men, 24 women and two children), the total number of people with a positive diagnosis for the coronavirus rose to 9,138, of which 7,111 are recovered from the disease, 1,869 remain in isolation at home and 47 remain in isolation. hospitalized – 17 in intensive care units and 30 in wards.

There are still 1,377 people suspected of being infected with the virus and 12,286 records have been discarded, out of a total of 22,801 notifications of flu-like illness accumulated since March last year. Covid ICUs at local hospitals remain at 100% occupancy and in wards the rate is 87.5% – with 56 occupied beds, out of a total of 64 under the Unified Health System (SUS).


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