Number of deaths in residences, May 1





In the case of Álava, it is the fourth consecutive day without deaths with COVID-19 in residences.

A person has passed away in the last hours in the residences of Gipuzkoa, where for the second consecutive day no new positive cases of COVID-19 have been registered.

The provincial spokesperson Eider Mendoza has carried out the daily balance of the situation of these residential centers in Gipuzkoa and has indicated that 12 more seniors have overcome the disease.

The person who died was a resident of the Berra de San Sebastián center, while those recovered live in Otezuri de Zumaia (5), Caser Anaka Residencial de Irun (4) and San Andrés de Eibar (3).

In total, to date, 239 elderly people have been discharged, 161 have died and 148 remain with a positive diagnosis.

At the moment, there are fifteen residences that have positive cases of COVID-19 in Gipuzkoa, which has 65 residential centers and 5,425 places.

As to Álava, the residences have not registered deceased users for the fourth day in a row with COVID-19 and the number of infected in the last hours has been located in 226, the lowest figure since March 31.

The Diputación de Álava has reported the latest data on the evolution of the pandemic in these centers where the number of people who have overcome the disease has increased, a total of 190 residents.

Most of the new cured are residents who have passed the disease in a asymptomatic, as recently carried out serological tests have detected.

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Currently the number of users with COVID-19 amounts to 226, most of them, 220, are treated in residential centers and 6 have been referred to hospitals due to their serious health condition.

Of the total positive cases, 121 are users of the private centers in Álava, 104 live in provincial residences, and the remaining person in a facility in municipalities with less than 20,000 inhabitants.

Since the beginning of the health crisis, 136 users of residences have passed away in residential centers and hospitals. Of these, 72 resided in private residences, 62 in provincial centers and the remaining 2 in facilities in municipalities with fewer than 20,000 inhabitants.

Follow the recommendationss in the face of coronavirus from the health authorities. In the face of fake news, pay attention only to official sources. If you live in the CAV and have symptoms, call your usual health center. The Health Council will also attend to people on the phone 900 20 30 50, offering information and solving doubts about the coronavirus. If you live in Navarra, call the Health Council telephone number: 948 290 290. Remember, the most effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is hand washing. Masks are recommended if you have symptoms or have contact with the elderly or immunosuppressed, as well as on public transport, although their use is not mandatory.


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