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COVID-19: know the graphs that reveal how patients increase in hospitals and clinics

Lima, January 10, 2022Updated on 01/10/2022 01:11 pm

Given the increase in coronavirus cases, after confirming the presence of the new omicron variant in the country, dozens of people arrive at various hospitals and clinics to receive medical attention at the beginning of the third wave of the COVID-19.

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So shows the National Center for Epidemiology, Prevention and Control of Diseases (CDC) of the Ministry of Health (Minsa), through graphs that reveal how the number of patients increases in various health establishments, according to the following detail:

In the Essalud hospitals, the number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 reached 3,231 as of January 8, the highest figure since the beginning of 2022. On January 1 there were 2,618 people hospitalized.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

In the case of patients hospitalized in clinics, the figure as of January 8 is 213, one of the highest since January 1, when 157 people had entered.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

Meanwhile, in Hospitals of the Armed Forces are currently 21 hospitalized.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

Patients who 1,113 are currently hospitalized in the Ministry of Health. On January 1, there were only 745 people hospitalized.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

The CDC charts also detail how many patients with favorable, unfavorable, and stationary outcomes there are to date. As well as the occupation of people in ICU with mechanical ventilation, available beds, among others.

In the case of patients with a favorable evolution to date, there are 1,190. While with stationary evolution, 21 people are registered. Meanwhile, people with unfavorable evolution also add 21.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

In addition, it is reported that 1,940 beds are in use in the Pan American Village.

Hospital trends in Peru.  Photo: CDC
Hospital trends in Peru. Photo: CDC

COVID-19 CASES AND DECAYS

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported to date a total of 203,067 people died from COVID-19. With this number, the death toll from the deadly virus in Peru rose by 24. In addition, it reported that infections increased by 17,128 (8,333 in the last 24 hours), so the total number of infected people reaches 2,375,813.

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The Minsa reported also that there are a total of 4,578 hospitalized patients, of which 938 are on mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit (ICU).

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