HERMOSILLO, Sonora.- Henry Clausen Iberri, secretary Public Health, confirmed three deaths per Covid-19 in Sonora, which increases to 4 the number of deaths from the virus in the State.
Clausen indicated that the three victims belong to the female gender and had been detected with the virus.
“Today is a very sad day, with a deep pain, you confirm that have occurred three deaths per Covid-19 in Sonora,” announced.
The first, was a woman of 47 years resident of San Luis Rio Colorado, expressed, the second a woman of 67 years a native of Magdalena de Kino. While the third, was a woman of 53 years old from San Luis Rio Colorado, added, in addition, we confirmed two new cases in Opodepe and Cajeme.
“Both have at least one chronic health condition, the first acquired the infection in South america and the second it came out of Opodepe, but received visits from the US, and Oaxaca,” he said.
The Health Secretary reiterated the call to the population to stay in homes and avoid the spread of the virus in the Entity.
The 36 cases are distributed as follows: Hermosillo (14), Cajeme (6), SLRC (4), Magdalena (4), Guaymas (2), Navojoa (2), Nogales (1), Huatabampo (1) Sáric (1), and Opodepe (1).