In the last 24 hours, Jalisco broke its own record of COVID-19 infections throughout the pandemic.
According to the Jalisco Health Secretariat, This Wednesday, in the midst of the fourth wave of virus infections, 2,247 new cases were registered, figure not seen during the entire contingency.
The highest number of infections reported in a single day by the Jalisco Health Secretariat was reported almost a year ago, on January 22, 2021, when 2,148 cases were registered in 24 hours.
With the figure reported this day, there are already 417 thousand 382 accumulated infections since March 2020, when the pandemic caused by COVID-19 began.
With the number of people who have fallen ill since then, the Jalisco stadium could be filled 7.5 times to its maximum capacity.
The SSJ also reported the death of six other people from the coronavirus, to give a total of 17 thousand 691 deaths associated with the virus since March 2020.
According to the statistics of the Federal Ministry of Health, there are currently at least 8,203 cases of COVID-19 assets (people who have had symptoms in the last 14 days).
According to the sampling of the state health system, it is estimated that out of every 10 cases that are active at this time, nine are contagions of the new omicron variant.