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Coronavirus in Argentina: cases in Magallanes, Santa Cruz as of January 13



Coronavirus in Argentina: cases in Magallanes, Santa Cruz as of January 13 Source: LA NACION

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has spread to almost all the districts and departments of Argentina. As of January 13 in Magallanes, Santa Cruz, 631 cases of infected have been registered since the beginning of the pandemic.





These figures arise from the open database of the Ministry of Health of the Nation. The counting of cases by party or department is carried out under the criterion of place of residence that appears in the patient’s ID. It may happen that the person is not in that party or department.

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In the last 24 hours, no new cases of sick of coronavirus in Magellan, as detailed by the health authorities. And if the last seven days are taken into account, 100 cases of people affected by the virus have been detected.

To date, in the province of Santa Cruz, a total of 27,929 infected by coronavirus and 431 deaths have been registered, while in the whole country there are 1,744,704 positive cases, 1,527,861 recovered patients and 44,850 deaths.


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* This note was made from the open database of the national Ministry of Health. The provinces also have reports on their health portfolios that you can access by clicking here. Please, in case of finding any discrepancy or suggestion, send an email to: [email protected]

Coronavirus symptoms and definition of a suspected case

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in Argentina register an increase and specialists announced changes in what is considered a suspicious case, which requires daily monitoring and the corresponding test that confirms or rules out the presence of the virus. Initially, a temperature equal to or greater than 37.5 ° C was an alarm factor, although it was more relevant if it was accompanied by a dry cough, shortness of breath, tiredness and tightness in the chest. Later the WHO included as symptoms of coronavirus loss of smell and taste, nasal congestion, headache, conjunctivitis, diarrhea, skin rashes or color changes in the fingers or toes. Later, difficulties in speaking or moving were incorporated as new symptoms of Covid-19, so that people who felt any of these impediments had to make a medical consultation immediately. Finally, a new criterion was defined for a case to be classified as a suspected coronavirus. Now the presence of fever is not required, but it is enough to have two symptoms for health personnel to take it into account for special monitoring.

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