A 34-year-old police officer died of coronavirus – News

A 34-year-old police officer died at dawn this Sunday after spending a week hospitalized in the Cordovan town of Alta Gracia with a diagnosis of coronavirus positive, reported sources of the force.

The deputy inspector officer Claudio Germán Juncos, residing in the provincial capital and a native of Deán Funes, served in the Warden Division of Courts II, dependent on the Department of Judicial Dependencies (Directorate of Special Units).

“The Institution says goodbye with respect and deep regret, accompanying his family, friends and colleagues in this difficult time,” said the Police of the Province in a statement.

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The deceased cash remained hospitalized in Alta Gracia since last Monday 12 of this month.

The Minister of Security of the Province, Alfonso Mosquera, expressed his condolences on social networks.

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“Given the death of the Deputy Inspector Officer Claudio German Juncos, I offer my personal condolences and the Ministry of Security to his family, relations and comrades of the Córdoba Police,” he said in his Twitter.

At the beginning of October, 32-year-old sergeant Miguel Alejandro Mercado, a native of Cruz del Eje, who was admitted to the Domingo Funes Hospital, died from the same cause.

In Córdoba, with 1,228 cases confirmed this Saturday, the total number of infections rises to 61,042, and a cumulative 817 deaths, while the occupancy of critical beds reaches a percentage of 81.6% and 65% recovered from the patients.


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