Cantabria, community with the least contagion, has the first death of coronavirus

The Ministry of Health of Cantabria, the autonomous community with the lowest number of infections, with 58, has just confirmed the death of the first patient with the COVID-19 coronavirus in the region, an 88-year-old man.

This man had previous pathologies and was admitted yesterday Monday to the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital with bilateral pneumonia.

In Cantabria, which is the region with the lowest number of infections (58), along with the Autonomous Cities of Ceuta (1) and Melillas (17), there are 18 people hospitalized.

Of these, 14 at the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital in Santander, 2 at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and another 4 at the Sierrallana Hospital in Torrelavega.

The rest of the positives, up to 48 who are active, remain in home isolation, according to the Ministry of Health in a press release.

The phone enabled in Cantabria for people who have symptoms compatible with the coronavirus is 900 612 112, which offers citizens all the information they need.

For general information related to the coronavirus, you can consult the websites of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Health or the Cantabrian Health Service or their profiles on social networks, in order not to collapse telephone services.

Health authorities appeal to individual responsibility to avoid crowds, stay at home and not gather many people at once.


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