Infection Map Painted In Red – Notice Cell – True – Puerto Rico News – Notice Cell

Infection Map Painted In Red – Notice Cell – True – Puerto Rico News – Notice Cell

According to the Govt-19 monitoring body, most municipalities are heavily involved in transfers

Sixty-four (64) of Puerto Rico’s 78 municipalities have high levels of community transition, according to a recent report by the Covit-19 monitoring body released by the Department of Health.

Meanwhile, one municipality on the island is at a moderate level of transition and the other at a low level.

The report comes at a time when there is an increase in infections and hospitals across the island.

Municipalities at the red level: Aguadilla, Aguas Buenos Aires, Ibonito, Arecibo, Arroyo, Barranquitas, Bioman, Cabo Rojo, Cagouas, Camus, Canavanas, Carolina, Cadoca, Coyo, Ciba, Cialus, Citro, Gomez Gurabo, Cusnica, Hutillo, Hormiguros, Humacao, Isabella, Joao, Juana Diaz, Juncos, Lajas, Laurez, Los Mario, Los Piatros, Losa, Lucquilo, Marico, Monao, Nouakchott, Nordos, Norton , Rio Grande, Sabana Grande, Salinas, San Juan, San Lorenzo, San Sebastian, Santa Isabel, Dova Alta, Dova Baja, Trujillo Alto, Utah, Vega Alta Villalba and Yaco.

On the other hand, 12 municipalities are at substantial transfer levels: Adjundas, Aguada, Anasco, Barcelona, ​​Torado, Fajardo, Guyama, Manate, Benuelas, Ponce, San German and Yapukova.

Como, on the other hand, is listed as the only municipality with moderate transaction and Wykes is the only region with the lowest prevalence in Puerto Rico.

The Department of Health has already ordered classes across Puerto Rico to return to full virtual mode.

In general, the report describes the island’s dangerous situation.

See the full report here.

PDF: Weekly Report of Social Transaction Analysis (April 14, 2021) (1) .Pdf

© 360 Telecom Corporation

READ  Notes on another order for Pritzker to stay home again - NBC Chicago

Arzu Daniel

"Extreme pop culture lover. Twitter enthusiast. Music ninja. Booze. Communicator. Bacon nerd in general."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *