Downward trend continues in Madeira
JM reports that this Monday, three more infected patients left the Covid-19 inpatient unit at the main Dr Nélio Mendonça hospital in Funchal.
This time, as pointed out in the hospitalization report issued today by hospital administration authority SESARAM, the total number of hospitalizations related to Covid-19 infection dropped to 25, without a single patient requiring the intensive care unit.
In terms of age group, the majority of inpatients are over 65 years old (21 users), followed by inpatients aged between 18 and 65 years (4 inpatients).
With regard to vaccination, it should be noted that 6 patients are not vaccinated, 5 have a complete vaccination schedule, one has started vaccination and 13 already have a booster dose.
In the 24 hours under analysis, there are no deaths to be reported, so the total number of fatalities in the Region since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 275 people.
Update. May 22:
Hospitalizations due to complications related to Covid-19 infection in the Region continue to decline, as indicated by the hospitalization issued this Sunday by hospital administration authority SESARAM.
Until midnight on Saturday, there were 23 hospitalized patients, one less than the previous day. None of these infected patients is receiving specialized treatment in the intensive care unit. The majority of inpatients are over 65 years old (18), followed by inpatients aged between 18 and 65 years (5).
With regard to their vaccination, four users are not vaccinated, seven have a complete vaccination schedule and 12 already have a booster dose. In the 24 hours under analysis, there were no deaths recorded, so the Region continues to have 276 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
Update. June 1:
The number of patients infected covid-19 in hospital at the Regional Health Service dropped this Wednesday, June 1, to 56, on the same day that a patient infected with the virus died, indicates the Hospitalization Bulletin. released today.
According to the report made available by SESARAM, with data from yesterday, a total of 577 patients have been hospitalized in public health units in the Region, including 56 infected with Covid-19 in the multipurpose area for Coronavirus.
Of the admissions, there are 46 patients over 65 years old, 10 patients between 18 and 65 years old, as well as a minor. Of the Covid-19 cases in the hospital, 11 do not have a vaccination against Covid-19, the rest are vaccinated with at least one dose.
The Region accounts to date for 286 deaths related to the disease.
Update. June 1:
According to the hospitalization bulletin issued this Tuesday by hospital administration authority SESARAM, Madeira records one more death associated with covid-19, bringing the number of deaths in the Region to 290. There are 87 hospitalized patients and one in intensive care (a new admission, unvaccinated and over 65 years old).
Regarding the age groups of the 87 hospitalized in the Covid area, 11 of them are between 18 and 65 years old and 76 of these are over 65 years old.
Of the 87, 14 are unvaccinated, 31 have a complete vaccination schedule, 40 belong to the group that has booster vaccination and 2 have started vaccination.
Update. June 10:
Madeira today registers three more deaths associated with covid-19 and registers 96 hospitalizations in the covid-19 area and one in intensive care.
According to the hospitalization bulletin issued this Friday by SESARAM, Madeira records three more deaths associated with covid-19, bringing the number of deaths in RAM to 298. The number of hospitalizations is 96 and one fewer patient is in intensive care.
With regard to the age groups of the 96 hospitalized in the covid area, 19 are between 18 and 65 years old and 65 of these are over 65 years old. Of these 96, most (51) are fully vaccinated, 20 are unvaccinated, 24 belong to the group that has booster vaccination and 1 has started vaccination.
The hospital admission report for today also notes that the number of admissions to intensive care is for an unvaccinated user over 65 years of age.
Update. June 12:
Madeira today records two more deaths due to complications related to covid-19, which brings the number of deaths associated with the disease in the Region since the beginning of the pandemic to 301.
According to the hospitalization bulletin issued this Sunday by SESARAM, the number of hospitalizations in areas dedicated to covid-19 (94 users) remains in relation to the last update.
COVID-19 in Madeira: previous updates can be found in an earlier post