news today September 10, new cases and deaths

This September 10 Another 1,772 patients infected with the disease were registered and 49 deaths were confirmed; there were also 2,322 recovered. The indicator of new cases fell a little compared to the previous days, as well as that of deaths. In any case, both show a significant downward trend during the last month.

The number of active cases in the country is the lowest since June last year, when the first peak of the pandemic was just about to begin. Actually in Colombia There are only just over 22,000 infected, while in previous peaks that figure reached over 150,000.

According to the report of the health authorities, Colombia reached 4,926,772 confirmed cases of COVID-19. In addition, the country already has 125,529 deceased, 4,763,695 recovered and 22,424 active cases.

For the results of this Friday, the National Institute of Health analyzed 29,928 PCR samples and 23,518 of antigen, for a total of 53,446, almost 2,000 more than those processed for the previous report. There were also 703 sources of contagion still existing in the country.

This is the comparison of the day with the previous one:

CASES 1.772 1.803
DEATHS 49 53
RECOVERED 2.322 2.390
TESTS 53.446 51.614
ACTIVE CASES 22.424 23.058

Cases of coronavirus in Colombia today, September 10:

Antioquia appeared in the first place of the national list of new confirmed cases. That department registered 404 more infected. Bogotá ranked second and registered 308 more infected, followed by Barranquilla with 149 and Valle with 136.

On the list are Atlántico (82), Norte de Santander (72), Santa Marta (60), Cartagena (59), Cesar (57), Cundinamarca (55) and Meta (41).

Deaths from coronavirus in Colombia Today, September 10:

The death toll from the disease stood at 49, four less than those reported the previous day. Most of the deaths reported correspond to months and days prior to this: 44.

This is the updated bulletin of coronavirus cases in Colombia today and its distribution in each department delivered by the Ministry of Health:


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