Based on the numbers of confirmed cases in the report epidemiological COVID-19, the Secretariat of federal Health, the board of Health of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) stated that Jalisco has managed to flatten the curve of infections and endorse the new model of sampling of the state government.
The rector of the UdeG, Ricardo Villanueva Lomelí, stated that the proposal to carry out tests on suspected cases, will help to improve the strategy to combat the disease and provide data “more precise and not only a documented case, and 8.34 is no.”
The house of studies had announced a follow-up of their predictive model on the 29th of April, but was announced nine days for “a better analysis of the” strategy ” and provide data about the change of measurement on people suspected of being infected of COVID-19, said the rector.
In the presentation of figures, it was argued that Jalisco is located on the site 14 in the country in total cases per 100 thousand inhabitantsafter spending several days in the second site, in addition to the entity it is in the place 6 of imported cases per 100 thousand inhabitants.
Villanueva reiterated the call to prevent further imported cases: “it Has been a requirement of this table, of the University and the State Government, which is to curb the flow air with cities that have fences health. It is something that has not been able to achieve, but I would insist that the federal Government must rethink the issue of flows of international travellers because it remains a source of contagion.”
“Jalisco pass the place 17 on infections in the community. This piece of data as having suspended classes and mass events, we arrived at the place 17, thanks to that the citizens have helped to contain this, it has been worth it this month of anticipations”, she specified.
The Room of Health Situation of the UdeG reported that imported cases of COVID-19 represents the 51% of the total and the cases of community 49%, which means a maintenance of the curve of transmission with a lower descent.
“This tells us why we are flattening the curve, because we are not spreading here, contagion, remained outside, and thanks to the insulation not continued to grow our curve,” he said.
The predictive model of the house of studies estimated that of the 40% of people who were isolated on the 28th of march, went on to a 54% on the 9th of April, which has resulted in 139 people who are sick of COVID-19, although the authorities expressed regret that citizens have come out of travel, or raised concentrations in markets in the last week.
Despite showing positive data, the authorities of the university considered premature to secure a date to end the social isolation, but argued that the population should be kept at home and should increase the amount of population you have rapid tests to reduce infection.