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New increase: 2,644 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered in Colombia this November

U.S.A.New increase: 2,644 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered...

In a file photo a woman undergoes a COVID-19 test in Bogota, Colombia. EFE / Carlos Ortega

The Ministry of Health and Social Security said, This Thursday, November 25, Colombia reported 2,644 new cases of Kovid-19. In the last 24 hours, 51,065 tests of which 25.109 son PCR and 25,956 antigen.

The report also notes that 54 Colombian he passed away Due to illness in the last 24 hours. Thus, the country reaches the total 128.290 Virus deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Combining all the data, Colombia reached 5,057,897 infected, of which 14,116 are active cases and 4.897.986 The positive cases correspond to those who have already managed to clear the disease.

With respect to the areas with the highest number of reported cases, Antioquia Next with 536 infected, then vale with 296 and third Santander Place with 281.

There are 439 groups in the country. The regions are: Amazonas, Antioquia, Arauca, Atlantico, Barranquilla, Bogotá, Bolivar, Boyacá, Buenaventura, Caldas, Caqueta, Cartagena, Casanare, Coca, Caesar, Choco, Cordoba, Cundinamarca, Guania, Guavira, Huila, La Guavira, Huila, La Guavira, Meta, Narino, Norte de Santander, Putumayo, Quindio, Risaralda, San Andres, Santa Marta, Santander, Sucre, Tolima, Valle del Coca, Vaupés, Vichada.

This is how vaccination runs in the country

The most recent report from the Ministry of Health also indicates that as of 11:59 pm on 23 November, they had already been implemented in Colombia. A total of 54,982,453 doses of vaccine against Kovid-19.

According to the same report, the number of Colombians who are fully vaccinated, that is, those who have already received two doses of the biologic, At present, this number is 19,267,154 people, while 4,701,041 people have been immunized with a single dose. Similarly, 990,247 third injections have been made as reinforcement.

Similarly, an increase in the vaccination rate was detected, Since a total of 402,834 doses were administered for the day, Of which 96,629 corresponded to the second injection while the other 22,751 were single doses.

The third dose against Kovid-19 will help avoid the expiration of vaccines

According to the latest vaccination report from the Ministry of Health, Colombia, 23,968,195 Complete Immunization Program Against Covid-19. A figure, which is encouraging, is not enough to achieve the herd immunity promised by the national government by the end of the year.

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Statistics show that vaccination is slow, something that could affect not only the health of Colombians, but the millionaire investments that have been made to buy vaccine vials from various pharmaceutical companies that offer vaccines against COVID-19. Huh.

And that is, according to information known by Blue Radio, There is a serious problem for the Ministry of Health and it is the termination of more than five lakh vaccines against the corona virus., as it will stop serving by December this year.

According to the investigation, there are deposits in places like Boyacá and Cundinamarca. 100,000 AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines, which must be applied before their expiration date on December 4.

For this reason, the Ministry of Health has issued an alert to the health institutions of the states so that the doses which are going to expire in the remainder of 2021, can be implemented.

On 25 November, the Deputy Minister of Health, Luis Alexander Moscoso, gave data on expiring doses: AstraZeneca had 335,207 doses that expired on 23 November, 446,943 that expired on 30 November and 335,207 that were due for 5 December. . As for Moderna’s dosages, 645,944 were due on 23 November, 861,258 on 30 November and 645,944 on 5 December.

To prevent biological wasting, the national government announced that booster vaccines could be applied not only to people over the age of 50, but also to medical personnel to save the remaining Moderna and AstraZeneca vials. can go. President Ivan Duque himself explained the measure and said it would be done gradually.

“We’re going to start gradually implementing a booster dose for people who are between 18 and 49 years old to help us protect lives and move forward in immunizations and those who represent an increase in infections.” Be able to face any adversity.”

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