Seven more people have died related to the novel coronavirus in Jundiaí. According to the Epidemiological Bulletin issued on Saturday (26), four men and three women lost their lives after complications from COVID-19.
Their ages ranged from 43 to 85 years, and none of them had comorbidities:
Male, 57 years old, without registered comorbidities. He was hospitalized 06/15 and died 06/25 in São Vicente Hospital.
Male, 80 years old, with chronic cardiovascular disease. He was hospitalized on 12/06 and died 06/25 in São Vicente Hospital.
Male, 63 years old, with chronic cardiovascular disease. He was hospitalized 06/15 and died 06/25 in São Vicente Hospital.
Female, 85 years old, with chronic neurological disease. He died in the dorm 06/21.
Female, 43 years old, with no recorded comorbidities. He was hospitalized 06/16 and died 06/26 in São Vicente Hospital.
A 47-year-old male with chronic cardiovascular disease. He was hospitalized 06/21/06 and died 06/26 in São Vicente Hospital.
Female, 72 years old, diabetic, with chronic cardiovascular and lung disease. He was admitted on 01/06 and died 06/26 in a private hospital in the city.
So far, the city has recorded 1,375 deaths from the disease since the start of the pandemic – in March of last year. The occupancy rate of intensive care beds is 74% in the public network and 90% in private hospitals.
In the past 24 hours, there were more than 158 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city. Already infected with the virus in the city: 45,403 people – of those, 43,383 have already recovered.
229,264 doses of the vaccine that fights the novel coronavirus have already been applied in the city.
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