Colombia fell from 200 deaths from COVID-19 this Sunday for the first time in nearly two months, with 190 deaths reported, the total number of deaths caused by the coronavirus pandemic in the country increased to 22,924.
The Ministry of Health last reported fewer than 200 deaths on July 15, when 189 patients died.
The health authority also pointed out that there were 7,355 new cases that day, with 716,319 people already infected with COVID-19, of which 599,385, or 83.67%, overcame the disease.
He also stated that there are still 92,498 active cases, or 12.91% of all infections.
In terms of the day’s deaths, 46 occurred in Bogotá, followed by the departments of Antioquia (19), Cundinamarca (16), Cesar (13), Santander and Valle del Cauca (11), Huila (10) and Córdoba (9) . , Meta (6) and La Guajira, Boyacá and Putumayo (5).
Der Rest entfiel auf Bolívar, Cauca, Quindío und Risaralda (4), Nariño (3), Atlántico, Magdalena, Arauca, Caquetá, Tolima und Caldas (2) sowie Sucre, Casanare und Vaupés (1).
Of the 190 deaths reported this Saturday, 167 correspond to the previous days.
The highest numbers for new cases are found in Bogotá (1,951), Antioquia (1,196), Santander (512), Cesar (426), Valle del Cauca (393), Cundinamarca (329), Bolívar (317). Meta (259) and Huila (231).
There were also high numbers of infections in Risaralda (187), Tolima (141), Sucre (139), La Guajira (130), Norte de Santander (127), Caldas (126), Boyacá (123) and San Andrés ( 104). .
On that day, 32,202 samples were also processed, 26,530 of which were type PCR and 4,610 antigen, with which 3.16 million tests have already been carried out in the country.
Die Hauptursachen der Pandemie in Kolumbien sind weiterhin Bogotá (240,287), Antioquia (95,642), Atlántico (65,787), Valle del Cauca (53,426), Cundinamarca (28,519), Bolívar (27,158), Santander (24,727), Córdoba (22,102)) , Nariño (16,089), Cesar (15,745), Magdalena (13,842) and Norte de Santander (13,652).