[SUMMARY OF DAY]
Monday, May 11, 2020
The official Covid19 figures correspond only to the number of people who have accessed a test, it does not include suspicious cases, nor unidentified cases. The data at the national level refer to all the tests taken, both PCR and rapid tests, however, the report by province is only of positive PCR results, therefore, an effective individual diagnosis.
However, since April 27, when the figures were revised, the reports have registered several inconsistencies, according to the health authorities, this occurs due to the constant filtering of the databases, which has included identifying individual patients who were they have had more than one test applied to them. With the intention of keeping you informed and informed, we share the official figures available:
📊 National COE data: 84 84,287 tests were carried out to detect COVID-19, of these ➕ 29,509 people tested positive for COVID-19, and ➖ 32,859 were negative. 🏠 13,555 people who remain stable with home isolation, 🏥 388 people hospitalized in a stable situation and 187 people hospitalized with a reserved prognosis. 💪🏼 2,728 people were discharged from the hospital, 3,433 people have recovered and 7,073 have been epidemiologically discharged. 2.1️ 2,145 people died with a diagnosis confirmed by COVID-19, plus 1,486 more people died with a probable diagnosis. In total: 3,631 people died and were registered by the Ministry of Health with a diagnosis and probable COVID-19.
😷 These are the data of people infected by COVID-19 registered by province:
Guayas 11,876, Pichincha 2,071, Manabí 1,226, Los Ríos 1,002, El Oro 664, Azuay 577, Santa Elena 514, Sto. Domingo de los Tsáchilas 385, Esmeraldas 292, Tungurahua ** 260, Loja 255, Chimborazo 241, Cañar 240, Cotopaxi 171, Bolívar 166, Imbabura 114, Carchi 92, Pastaza 87, Galápagos 70, Zamora Chinchipe 67, Sucumbíos 63, Orellana 52 , Morona Santiago 44, Napo 43.
⛲️ Other sources:
📈 Between yesterday, May 10, 2020, and today, May 11, 2020, there are 1,328 cases discarded and 50 fewer confirmed cases.
🔹 May 10: 29,559 🔹 May 11: 29,509 The Ministry of Public Health insisted, again, that the reductions are due to the «constant validations» that are carried out in the system and that the reclassification of registered cases is done by ID number and not by number of tests as previously done .
💰 About 500 million dollars would be the national government’s debt with the municipalities, according to the president of the Association of Municipalities of Ecuador (AME), Raúl Delgado. According to what he said, the municipalities have not received resources since February of this year, so many cantons cannot adequately face the pandemic. The AME will hold a meeting on Wednesday with Finance Minister Richard Martinez.
Alexand️ María Alexandra Ocles resigned from the direction of the National Risk Management Service (SGR), after last week a complaint was made about overpricing in the purchase of food kits to deliver to people in vulnerable conditions. The kits were being billed at $ 150, when their real value was 86. In his replacement, Lenín Moreno appointed Rommel Salazar.
📄 President Lenín Moreno issued decree 1047, which amends decree 1041 on the 50% reduction in the salaries of president, vice president, ministers and vice ministers. The reason is that the current legislation does not allow other public officials to earn more than the president, so the new decree establishes that the reduction «does not imply a decrease in the salary scales of the public sector» and will only be valid until 24 May 2021, that is, until the end of this administration.
♦ ️ Actions:
👨🏼🎓👩🏽🎓 Students, teachers and workers from public universities met in the Plaza Indoamérica, outside the Central University of Ecuador, to march in rejection of the budget cut announced by the government. The call was made on Friday, May 8 through the different organizations that make up the Defense Front of the Public University. The protesters came in biosafety armor, walked to the Baca Ortiz Hospital, holding up posters and shouting slogans in defense of public education and health.
📹 See the coverage here 👉🏼 https://bit.ly/EstudiantesEnVivo.
👥 CONAIE, in a virtual press conference, issued a balance of the impact of covid19 on indigenous communities. As explained by the leaders, the government is not acting in defense of the health of peoples and nationalities, there are 47 cases of covid19 in the Amazonian provinces, while in Chimborazo and other provinces of the Sierra several indigenous people have died, on the coast around of 350 people of the Huancavilca, Chachi and Manta nationalities have already tested positive, therefore access to the territories has been restricted to prevent the spread, said Jaime Vargas, who also denounced the damage to the indigenous communities of the Amazon after the spill oil on April 7.
📹 Watch the full press conference here 👉🏼 https://bit.ly/3bqbvcS
🤝 Residents of 60 communities in the provinces of Orellana and Sucumbíos, especially boys, girls and adolescents, have serious effects associated with water pollution due to the oil spill, according to the Alliance of Human Rights Organizations. One month after the spill, the Alliance asks for answers and for the State to act as guarantor of rights.
See the full alert here 👉🏼 https://bit.ly/2SYMbUZ
👶🏽 👧🏽 Civil society organizations and people demonstrated on social networks, using the hashtag #SosGuaguaCentros, for the suspension of the service by the San José Board of Trustees, of the Municipality of Quito. The suspension left more than 1,200 people unemployed, including teachers, principals, kitchen and cleaning staff, most of them female heads of household. Likewise, around 8 thousand children who received pedagogical guidance at the 180 Child Development Centers will be affected. Read the full article here 👉🏼 https://bit.ly/2YUSH2T
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