In the context of recording the data by the Health Monitoring Unit, the Ministry of Health has updated the database it maintains for patient deaths, having recorded and verified all the data reported in previous months in the Epidemiological Surveillance Unit.
As part of this control, it appears that the total number of patients who died of COVID-19 disease by March 17, 2022 is 910 and not 905 , as mentioned in yesterday's daily announcement.
Specifically, the 5 deaths declared overdue concern:
An 83-year-old man, who passed away on 08/29/2021 >
Woman, aged 68, who passed away on 01/09/2021
Woman, aged 66, who passed away on 05/09/2021
Woman, aged 96 years old, who passed away on 26/09/2021
Woman, 68 years old, who passed away on 25/10/2021
Therefore, from today's daily announcement, new deaths with an underlying cause of death, COVID-19, will be added to the total number of 910 . Of these, 551 are for men and 359 for women.
The Ministry of Health updates its databases at regular intervals, with the aim of correct and complete recording of epidemiological surveillance data. For the sake of transparency, the Ministry of Health will inform about any new data it records.
In preparation for the national report by analyzing the epidemiological data for the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Health has updated its database of cases, having recorded and verify all data reported in previous months to the Epidemiological Surveillance Unit.
As part of this audit, the total number of cases as of March 14 is 355,493 and no 356,784 such as the sum on which yesterday's regular updates were based.
Database updates are applied by all states at regular intervals, both for transparency and the correct and complete recording of the epidemiological surveillance data.
Therefore, from today's daily announcement, the new cases will be added to the total number of 366,452 ong>.