Venezuela exceeds 90,000 COVID-19 infections this # 26Oct


Cases of coronavirus in Venezuela have been overcomen 90 thousand infections this Monday, October 26, when 482 new people affected by the disease were notified.

Now for COVID-19 there are 90,047 Venezuelans who suffered from the novel coronavirus, according to the report of the 225th day and 33rd week after the quarantine was decreed due to the pandemic.

As for the deaths, it was known since the beginning of the quarantine, they reported 777 people who lost their lives due to COVID-19.

The data offered by the Minister of Communication and Information of the administration Nicolás Maduro, Freddy Ñáñez, through his account on the social network instagram, indicate that of the 90,047 affected, 84,444 patients were recovered, representing 94%.

Ñáñez said there are currently 4,826 active cases, 4,747 are being treated in the public health system and 79 in private clinics.

In the last 24 hours of the 482 infections, 386 communities and 96 imported, entered the country from Colombia. There are 46 men and 50 women who entered the state of Táchira.

Also in the past 24 hours, four people have died from the virus, bringing the country to 777 deaths. 2 men aged 62 and 58 lost their lives in Lara, 1 man aged 54 in Miranda and finally 1 woman aged 67 in Trujillo.

The regions

According to the statistics of the presidential commission of Nicolás Maduro, the state with the highest number of infections this October 26 is Mérida with 89 cases, Yaracuy 79, Nueva Esparta 54, Capital District 29, Táchira 23, Carabobo 22, Portuguesa 16, Sucre 12, Trujillo 11, Miranda 10, Zulia 10, Apure 7, Monagas 6, La Guaira 6, Aragua 5, Barinas 3, Amazonas 2, Guárico 1 and Bolívar 1.


Of the 386 community cases, 183 are women and 293 men. Among them are 23 minors.

Ñáñez recalled that this Monday the administration of Nicolás Maduro formally presented to the World Health Organization the results of the drug which, according to Nicolás Maduro’s cabinet, completely cancels COVID-19.

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