Coahuila had its worst day of infections during the entire pandemic yesterday: 39 new patients infected with COVID-19 joined, in addition to two more deaths. These figures already account for 437 cases and 41 deaths.
Of the total number of cases reported yesterday, 23 cases were from the Central State Region, highlighting mainly Monclova and Frontera with 18 cases, as well as in the Laguna, where Torreón reached eight more infections.
Given this, the state authorities have insisted that the population should be kept at home to avoid further contagion and in the event that it is required to go out, the mouth mask must be used.
The Secretary of State Health reported that more than 16,000 tests had been applied to detect cases of COVID-19, including those carried out in mobile units.
DOCTORS ARRIVE IN MONCLOVA
After announcing that in Monclova, plasma from patients recovered from COVID-19 will be used to apply and improve health in critically ill patients, medical specialists from various areas of the country are arriving to undertake this procedure.
Mayor Alfredo Paredes indicated that patients who have already been discharged will be called from May 9 to invite them to donate plasma.