Puerto Rico registers 364 more COVID-19 cases
SAN JUAN – Puerto Rico’s Health Department did not report new deaths Monday from COVID-19, but registered an additional 227 confirmed cases and 137 probable cases.
The number of confirmed deaths to date is 119 and the probable ones total 111, for a combined 230 deaths reported to date.
The total number of confirmed COVID-19 case is 7,113, “after adding 51 cases; with a sample collection date from April 14 to July 15. Of that total, 3,594 are women and 3,519 are men. The reported cases are those that have a positive PCR test, with a sample collection date of July 16 to 31,” the health department said in its press release.
In its report, 137 additional probable cases were registered, “with a sample collection date of July 20 to 31, 2020. In this line, the total is 11,678, after being adjusted, by subtracting 46 cases that had a positive Molecular test, subsequently, and were added to the cases recorded as part of this report. Similarly, 11 cases were added with a sample collection date from May 27 to July 8. Probable cases are divided into 6,411 women and 5,267 men,” the release reads.
Summary of the Department of Health report:
- Additional confirmed cases: 227
- Total confirmed cases: 7,113
- Additional probable cases: 137
- Total probable cases: 11,678
- Additional confirmed deaths: 0
- Total confirmed deaths: 119
- Additional probable deaths: 0
- Total Probable Deaths: 111
- Total deaths reported: 230
For more information, visit www.salud.gov.pr/coronavirus.