Florida reports low numbers in coronavirus cases and deaths at the end of summer

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  • After being one of the most affected states, Florida reports low numbers in cases and deaths from coronavirus at the end of summer
  • Authorities continue to work to keep the situation under control over the long weekend
  • They reported that the most affected counties are Miami-Dade and Broward

After being one of the most affected states, Florida reports low numbers in cases and deaths from coronavirus at the end of summer.

Florida became the second state with the most cases of Covid-19 in the country. However, at the end of this summer the figures have decreased and today it is registering its lowest number since mid-June. Although the authorities continue to work to keep the situation under control during the long weekend.

This Monday, 1,838 new infections and 22 deaths were reported in the state. According to him Health Department From Florida, 274 new infections and three deaths occurred in Miami-Dade and 133 new infections and five deaths in Broward. These are the worst-hit counties in the state.

At this time, there are 3,148 infected people who have had to be admitted to medical centers, of which 350 are in Miami-Dade and 347 in Broward.

The numbers are better than yesterday. Although what worries local authorities is the behavior of people during the long weekend around Labor Day, where the beaches of southeast Florida usually receive a large number of visitors. Now, they have focused on avoiding crowds in public places and beaches.

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Florida reports low numbers in coronavirus cases and deaths

He Health Department indicated that, from March 1 to date, in the state of Florida there have been 648,269 infected people and 11,023 deaths. In addition, they have had to hospitalize 40,083 patients for coronavirus.

The two most affected counties have recorded to date: Miami-Dade: 161,637 infections and 2,658 deaths. Broward: 73,426 infections and 1,220 deaths.

With information from EFE

Florida: New indicator discovered to detect coronavirus that could save lives

As the United States continues to grapple with the coronavirus, Florida specialists have discovered a new indicator to detect it that could save lives.

As reviewed Local 10 This Friday, Miami doctors made a discovery that could save lives: Blood clots could be an early indicator of COVID-19.

According to the aforementioned media, surgeons from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine reported that the finding indicates that it is not necessary for the person to suffer from typical symptoms to know that they have the coronavirus.

Dr. Jorge Rey, head of vascular surgery at UHealth, told the aforementioned media: “We are used (to detect) only the respiratory systems. Loss of smell and taste. Now, with this, we are more aggressive in treating COVID-19 patients with blood thinners from the beginning. “

The discovery, according to Local 10, was made when a patient came in with clots in the arteries in his arm, causing loss of blood flow.

So the doctors got to work fast and discovered that the patient had COVID-19.

Dr. Rey mentioned that he has seen several patients with this symptom.

Faced with this situation, the doctor wants doctors to be alert and aware of COVID-19 infections even when patients do not have suspicious risk factors.

The university’s discovery of how blood clots can be an early sign of detecting coronavirus has been published nationally in the Journal of Vascular Surgery, Local 10 noted.

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They find the probable order of the symptoms of Covid-19

On the other hand, a study published a few weeks ago indicated that scientists discovered the probable order in which symptoms appear of the coronavirus.

A group of researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) determined the probable order in which the symptoms of the coronavirus appear, which can help infected people to seek medical attention earlier, local media reported.

According to the Efe news agency, the study found that generally the first symptom of a person infected with COVID-19 is fever. Coughing and muscle pain would follow, then nausea and / or vomiting, and then diarrhea.

The study authors from USC’s Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience noted that knowing the order of the symptoms of the new coronavirus can help patients to isolate themselves earlier and seek medical attention sooner.

“Since there are now better approaches to treatments for COVID-19, identifying patients earlier could reduce hospitalization time,” said Joseph Larsen, lead author of the study and professor at USC, in a statement.

Research highlights that although fever and cough are frequently associated with many respiratory illnesses, including Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), symptoms in the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract distinguish COVID-19 patients.

“The upper gastrointestinal tract (nausea and vomiting) appears to be affected earlier than the lower gastrointestinal tract (diarrhea) in COVID-19, which is the opposite of MERS and SARS,” the scientists wrote.

This information about the probable order of appearance of symptoms can also help doctors rule out other diseases or plan how to treat patients, according to the researchers cited by Efe.

“This order is especially important to know when we have overlapping cycles of diseases such as influenza that coincide with COVID-19 infections,” explained Professor Peter Kuhn, research advisor, quoted by the ABC7 channel.

“Doctors can determine what steps to take to care for the patient and can prevent the patient’s condition from getting worse,” he added.

The research was based on the symptoms of more than 55,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus in China, collected from February 16 to 24 by the World Health Organization (WHO).

“The order of the symptoms matters. Knowing that each disease progresses differently means that doctors can identify earlier if someone is likely to have COVID-19 or another disease, which can help them make better decisions about treatment, ”Larsen concluded.

The scientific findings were published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health.

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