Puerto Rico wakes up with a COVID-19 positivity rate of 14.05%

Puerto Rico wakes up with a COVID-19 positivity rate of 14.05%

Puerto Rico woke up on Tuesday with a positive rate of COVID-19 at 14.05%, the highest since last February 4, when it settled at 14.04%, according to Data BioPortal of the Ministry of Health.

Additionally, the number translates to a two percentage point increase from Monday’s percentage.

The figure is higher than the 5% recommended by World Health Organization (WHO), while experts on the island recommend 3%.

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The agency did not mention any deaths from the virus in its report today, so Total cumulative deaths in this streak remain at 4,177.

from somewhere else, The total number of patients staying in the hospital COVID-19 increased to 71and is divided into 48 adults and 23 pediatric patients.

The rest of the epidemiological and demographic data will be expanded at noon.

In an interview with El Nuevo Día yesterday, several experts urged people to maintain health and prevention measures, especially during Holy Week celebrations.

“We recommend that you maintain non-restrictive public health measures, such as using a mask in places where people cannot be checked for vaccination and closed spaces, and washing hands and social distancing in places where people remove their masks because they are going to eat or whatever.” head said College of SurgeonsVictor Ramos Otero.

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