Under 4 years of age intubated for COVID-19 in SLP; child infections rise

in the capital of San Luis Potosi, a under four years old old is hospitalized in the Children’s and Women’s Hospital, under intubation and in serious condition after being infected with the virus SARS-CoV-2, according to what was revealed by the State Health Secretariat, through its owner Daniel Acosta Díaz de León.

It was confirmed by the state official that, in recent weeks, given the increase in infections by COVID-19 in the fourth epidemic wave in the state of Potosí, infections among minors have increased due to the fact that more than one case of infection is registered daily. among minors.

As indicated, the child, who remains in critical condition, was admitted to the Children’s and Women’s Hospital due to complications derived from COVID-19, although it was also revealed that the minor had previous health problems due to Reye’s syndrome that causes inflammation in the liver and brain; he also required mechanical ventilation support to be able to breathe.

How many children are there in San Luis Potosí with COVID-19?

Under 4 years of age intubated for COVID-19 in SLP; infections of children rise.

AmericanPost.News reports that, since the beginning of the health contingency due to COVID-19 in San Luis Potosí, a total of 7,040 infections have been recorded in minors. Recently, a 10-day-old baby was infected with COVID-19 in San Luis Potosí.

Increase in cases of COVID-19 in SLP

Under 4 years of age intubated for COVID-19 in SLP; infections of children rise.

San Luis Potosí exceeded 2,000 coronavirus infections, because according to the report of the State Technical Committee for Health Safety, 2,056 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three deaths were registered on the last day, for a cumulative of 123 thousand 422 cases, and 7 thousand 015 deaths.

It is worth noting that the new infections from COVID-19 they correspond to 1,187 women and 869 men, with an age range of 5 days to 94 years. In addition, of the total number of cases, 1,225 had the complete vaccination schedule and 159 incomplete.

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