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COVID-19: Health reports 2,128 new cases, highest number since June 9

COVID-19: Health reports 2,128 new cases, highest number since June 9

The Costa Rican Ministry of Health confirmed on August 11 2,128 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, with what The total number of cases rises to 424,472. Compared to yesterday, the variance in confirmed cases was 0.50%.

Of the cases recorded today, 1681 have been diagnosed by screening and 447 by association. The drop rate increases by six points Up to 223 new cases per 100,000 residents and the moving average of new cases in the past seven days It increased to 1651.

Today’s number of new cases is the highest since June 9, and Costa Rica has recorded no more than 2,000 new cases of COVID-19 since June 10.

Confirmed cases have been reported in 82 cantons of 7 provinces 359,688 adults, 24,937 elderly, and 39,708 minors.

Among the confirmed cases, 212,884 are women (+2386) and 211,588 are men (+258). In addition to, 375,790 from Costa Rica (+1862) and 48,682 foreigners (+266), a number that also includes the population.

345,990 people have recovered (+2221) and 5185 deceased (+16), so the number of active (currently infected) cases is 73.297. Active cases decreased by 0.14% compared to yesterday (-109). 81.51% of confirmed cases were recorded as recovered and The virus death rate in Costa Rica is 1.22%.. The estimated time-dependent reproduction (R_t) number for today was 1.47.

Among the recovered cases, 173,255 are women (+1,136) and 172,735 are men (+1,085). By age, there are 295,763 recovered adults (+1938), 19,297 elderly (+79) and 30,811 minors (+204).

exist 885 people have been hospitalized (+9) of them 381 were admitted to intensive care units (+10) from 0 to 88 years old.

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