translated from Spanish: Coronavirus: 251 deaths and 12,105 infections in the last 24 hours

The Ministry of Health reported 12,105 new cases and 251 deaths from coronavirus in the past 24 hours. According to the figures in the daily report, there are already 4,405,247 confirmed cases and 92,568 deaths in Argentina. The active cases, meanwhile, total 285,169 and the people discharged total 4.027.510.De the 251 deaths reported, 140 are men and 110 women. While one person was registered without sex data, in the province of Buenos Aires.Meanwhile, the patients who remain hospitalized with Covid-19 in the different intensive care units (ICUs) of the country are 6953, while the percentage of total bed occupancy in adult ICUs is 71% nationwide and 69.6% in the so-called Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires (AMBA).
The health ministry also indicated that 60,331 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours and that, since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been 16,428,316 diagnostic tests carried out. Thus, in the last 24 hours, 3210 cases were registered in the province of Buenos Aires; in the City of Buenos Aires, 940; in Catamarca, 221; in Chaco, 295; in Chubut, 159; in Corrientes, 418; in Córdoba, 1169; in Entre Ríos, 416; in Formosa, 383; in Jujuy, 273; in La Pampa, 364; in La Rioja, 201; in Mendoza, 208; in Misiones, 219; in Neuquén, 173; in Río Negro, 138; in Salta, 383; in San Juan, 317; in St. Louis, 340; in Santa Cruz, 45; in Santa Fe, 1163; in Santiago del Estero, 550; Tierra del Fuego, 37; and in Tucumán, 483.The total accumulated by district amounts in the province of Buenos Aires to 1,821,282; City of Buenos Aires, 460,320; Catamarca, 33,191; Chaco, 75,308; Chubut, 70,072; Currents, 64,800; Cordoba, 402,610; Entre Ríos, 107,787; Formosa, 44,579; Jujuy, 34,981; La Pampa, 51,667; La Rioja, 21,682; Mendoza, 137,889; Missions, 25,144; Neuquén, 100,792; Río Negro, 83,515; Salta, 59,762; San Juan, 49,244; St. Louis, 64,584; Santa Cruz, 55,084; Santa Fe, 401,183; Santiago del Estero, 58,101; Tierra del Fuego, 29,622 and Tucumán, 152,048.
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