In recent days, various health representatives talked about a rebound positive cases in peru, And it is that despite rapid vaccination in the country, confirmed cases are not decreasing. During the last report released by Ministry of Health 485 people were known to have tested positive COVID-19 And 3,217 patients are hospitalized because of contracting the new coronavirus.
According to the data presented in the Kovid-19 Situation Room, till 10:00 PM on 23rd November, There were 20 deaths from the disease in question
People’s samples were taken and positive cases
The Minsa portal states that “results of 1,556 confirmed cases of COVID-19 for the past seven days were also partially recorded.”
hospitalized and discharged
According to the information published on the website of the health institution, it is verified that at present 3,217 patients are hospitalized due to COVID-19, out of which 899 are in critical condition Within the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Similarly, the Ministry of Health expressed its sentiments informing that COVID-19 has produced 200,961 civilians died in the country.
How to prevent a possible third wave?
1. Use masks with high filtration efficiency. Keep this point in mind, because there are currently many fake masks that will only harm your health, don’t forget Buy in secure establishments. One of the safest is KN95 and another option is to use a double surgical mask or a cloth inside and outside the surgical mask.
2. Washing hands with soap and water. If you think that this measure is no longer important, then let us tell you that it is not so and studies show that the virus is present on the hands and it is the ‘transport’ of the country. COVID-19, Obviously there will be places where you can’t wash your hands and that’s where you should apply consistently Use of liquid or gel alcohol to disinfect your hands.
3. Avoid going to social gatherings. This is important because a rise in positive cases is a reality in Peru. However, we understand that you want to reduce the tension and for this to happen in open spaces, take them as the first option. keep as much as possible Physical distance, closed or poorly ventilated places.
4. Protect your family. If you live with relatives who are older than you, you should think about them before you go, and even more so if these people belong to the risk group (older adults and chronic diseases).
5. Get vaccinated and encourage your loved ones to get vaccinated. Vaccines have been shown to be effective in populations, many vaccinated people who were infected COVID-19 Due to the effectiveness of the vaccine, they have managed to overcome the disease without major complications.