16.9 C
United States of America
Saturday, May 28, 2022

COVID-19: Minsa reports 50 deaths and 3,820 new infections in the last 24 hours

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported today, Saturday, February 26, that a total of 50 people died from the COVID-19 in the country in the last 24 hours. With this number, the death toll from the deadly virus in Peru rose to 210,407. In addition, 3,762 infections were registered in the last week (3,820 in the last 24 hours), bringing the total number of infected people to 3,512,404.

The Minsa also reported that there are a total of 2,196 hospitalized patients, of which 1,024 are on mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit (ICU).

MORE INFORMATION | Monumental Stadium: they suspend attention in vaccination for this Sunday 27

Vaccinations in Peru

Until now, Peru has received more than 26 million vaccines from Sinopharm, more than 40 million from Pfizer and more than 5 million from AstraZeneca. All of these are applied according to the programming by age groups established by the Government after prioritizing health personnel, older adults and members of the National Police, Armed Forces and Firefighters.

Immunization in Peru began in February, after the arrival of the first batch of vaccines from China (Sinopharm). To date, vaccination continues throughout the country.

On lime, Callao and regions children are already vaccinated from 5 years of age.

REVIEW HERE | Vaccination against COVID-19 continues this weekend for children, adolescents and adults

RECOMMENDED VIDEO

IT MAY INTEREST YOU

  • COVID-19: more than 27 million 566 thousand Peruvians have already been vaccinated
  • COVID-19: which area beaches and parks will have free discard tests this February 26 and 27?
  • COVID-19: Minister Hernán Condori ruled on the withdrawal of the use of masks | VIDEO
  • COVID-19: are social gatherings, bars and discos allowed this February 26 and 27 in Lima and Callao?
  • Covidengue: Minsa reports that 3,679 people have suffered from dengue and COVID-19 coinfection so far in the pandemic
Latest news
- Advertisement -
Related news

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here