Three minors die from Covid-19 in Sinaloa


The Sinaloa Health Secretariat reported the death of three minors during July, after having updated the figures on the state platformThey were one, 10 and 14 years old, all died in IMSS clinics.

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The first minor was originally from the municipality of El Fuerte, was 10 years old and had been transferred to the General Hospital of Los Mochis, where he died on July 9, health authorities said.

The second youngest was only one year old, and died on July 11 in the IMSS Regional Hospital in Culiacán, the third, aged 14, died the same day, in the Los Mochis General Hospital.

In their death report, the health authorities indicated that the three were immunosuppressed, that is, their ability to fight infections and other diseases was reduced.

During the last week, 113 deaths and 4,107 new infections have been reported, raising the figure to 49,743 cases and 6,625 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic in Sinaloa.

Currently there are 4,160 active cases, of which 2,110 are in Culiacán, so that As of Monday, July 19, the epidemiological traffic light will turn red.

On your death report, The Ministry of Health also reported the death of a 102-year-old woman at the IMSS clinic in Guasave, on July 10 of this year, who was hypertensive and suffered from COPD.

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