Four new COVID-19 cases were registered on Friday, April 10, in Venezuela. These new cases are located in the states of Aragua (2), Caracas (1) and Táchira (1) for a total of 175 cases in the country, informed Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, who explained no new COVID-19 deaths have been reported.
Of the 175 cases, 89 are men and 86 are women in the 20-25 age range. A total of 84 patients have recovered, 27 remain in public hospitals, 12 in private clinics, 27 in Comprehensive Diagnosis Centers (CDIs), 10 have been put in home isolation and 6 in hotels.
Likewise, she explained that Venezuela is the Latin American country that has the highest number of COVID-19 tests done with a total of 159,597, which amounts to 5,320 individuals per 1 million inhabitants.
The Venezuelan vice president stressed that personalized early diagnosis visits for ruling out the virus are still underway thanks to the participation of 18 million Venezuelans that have taken the COVID-19 prevention survey on the Patria website.
Worldwide, COVID-19 cases amount to nearly 1.7 million people and 102,514 deaths.
Presidential Press Office