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Influenza 2018-19 in Oaxaca: 26 deaths

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  • Influenza 2018-19 in Oaxaca: 26 deaths

    Oaxaca de Ju?rez, Oaxaca.- So far this year, in Oaxaca there have been 158 positive cases of influenza A (H1N1) and 13 deaths, which places this entity in first place national by number of deaths, followed by Puebla, Veracruz, State of Mexico and Sonora, reported the State Health Service of Oaxaca (SSO).
    Last edited by tetano; February 11, 2019, 01:10 PM.

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    The number of deaths due to influenza in Oaxaca increases to 26

    The government department of Health Services (SSO) reported that there were 26 deaths due to influenza in Oaxaca during the winter season and that 240 positive cases of the disease have been registered.

    He pointed out that the number one Jurisdiction of Valles Centrales registers 160 positive cases of the disease, followed by 28 in Tuxtepec, 19 in the Sierra, 14 in the Mixteca, 14 in the Coast and five more in the Isthmus, of which 128 are women and 112 men.

    In a communiqu? it was stated that due to the 26 deaths Oaxaca is ranked 13th in the nation in deaths, while in the seventh place, the number of patients.


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      Suma Oaxaca 34 deaths from influenza

      With 34 deaths and 270 patients infected by this disease, at the end of the twelfth epidemiological week of 2019, Oaxaca was placed in the sixth national place with the highest number of deaths and confirmed cases of influenza. Although with the beginning of the heat season the outbreaks of the disease were down in this entity, the Ministry of Health of the federal government warned that the circulation of the viruses that cause it continues active, with a greater predominance of the strain H1N1 After having remained during 2018 and the first days of 2019 as one of the three states with the highest number of fatalities, currently Oaxaca is located behind the State of Mexico, which accounted until last Friday for 86 deaths; Hidalgo, with 76; Mexico City, with 67; Puebla, with 51, and Guanajuato, 39.