Coronavirus Newsletter state of São Paulo 05/12



The state of São Paulo signs up on Saturday (5) 42,969 dead e 1,285,087 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus. From yesterday to today, the number of deaths has increased to 181 and 8,938 new cases were counted.

Under or totally diagnosed cases of COVID-19, 1,135,106 people are being recovered, of which 137,790 were admitted and fired. The occupancy rate of ICU beds is 61.7% in São Paulo and 54.8% in the state. The number of hospitalized patients is 10,223, with 5,894 in the ward and 4,329 in intensive care units, according to data as of Saturday noon. The number of patients admitted has decreased compared to the day before.

The list of confirmed cases and deaths by city can be found at the link.

Mortality profile

The fatalities include 24,713 (57.5%) men and 18,256 (42.5%) women. Deaths remain concentrated in patients 60 years of age or older, accounting for 76.7% of deaths.

Regarding the age groups, it is noted that mortality is higher between 70 and 79 years (11,110), followed by the 60 to 69 years (10,147) and 80 and 89 years (8,814) groups. Other groups include: under 10 years (54), 10 to 19 years (75), 20 to 29 years (346), 30 to 39 years (1217), 40 to 49 years (2,777), 50 to 59 years (5,534) and over 90 (2,895).

The main risk factors associated with mortality are heart disease (59.9% of deaths), diabetes mellitus (43.3%), neurological disease (10.9%), kidney disease (9.4%), pneumopathy (8, 3%)%). Other factors identified are obesity (8.2%), immunosuppression (5.5%), asthma (3.1%), liver disease (2.1%) and hematology (1.7%), Down syndrome (0.4%) ), puerperium (0.1%) and pregnancy (0.1%). These risk factors were identified in 34,489 people who died from COVID-19 (80.3%).

Profile two things

Among those who have already had confirmation for the novel coronavirus, 597,946 are men and 680,861 are women. There is no gender information for 6,280 cases.

The age group that concentrates the most cases is 30 to 39 years old (303,064). The others are: under 10 (32,663), 10 to 19 (63,603), 20 to 29 (220,945), 40 to 49 (263,264) 50 to 59 (191,141), 60 to 69 (116,481), 70 to 79 ( 58,605), 80 to 89 (27,160) and over 90 (7,599). There is no age category for other 762 cases.




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