The Bulletin of the State Department of Health (Sesapi) on Thursday (6) stated that Piaoui has recorded 9,660 cases of Covid-19. the A number much higher than the amount released occurred in recent days because e-SUS of the Department of Health has released all the cases that have been held since December 9, 2021, when the system crashed due to a hacker attack.
Since e-SUS is not available, positive cases registered in the state have been partially disclosed. The agency expected that Thursday’s bulletin would raise the number of dams since October 11, 2021, in addition to daily issues.
And recorded between Wednesday (5) and this Thursday, six deaths from the disease. Three men and three women were victims of the new coronavirus. they were from Teresina (72, 89 and 91 years old). They were from Palmeiras (91 years old) and Teresina (60 and 100 years old).
Cisabi informed that the update of cases will affect the moving average and trend of cases for several days, “because it will provide values and information that do not match the reality of the moment,” she said in a note.
Of the 9,660 confirmed cases, 5,569 are women and 4,091 are men, ranging in age from 01 to 99.
Confirmed cases in the state total 344,324 cases in all municipalities of Piauí. The death toll from the new Corona virus reached 7,293 cases and were recorded in 223 municipalities.
Among the beds in the Piauí health network for Covid-19 care, 200 are occupied, with 115 clinical beds, 65 intensive care units and 20 installation beds. The total accumulated increases amounted to 24,252 as of January 6, 2022.
Sesapi estimates that 336,831 people have already recovered or are undergoing follow-up (cases recorded in the last 14 days) who did not require hospitalization or progressed to death.
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