SP records 38 thousand deaths and 1.06 million cases of coronavirus

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947,600 people are already recovered from COVID-19; ICU occupancy rates are 40.5% in Greater São Paulo and 41% in the State

This Sunday (18) the State of São Paulo recorded 38,020 deaths and 1,063,602 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus. Among the total diagnosed cases of COVID-19, 947,608 people are recovered, of which 116,487 were hospitalized and discharged.

The occupancy rates of ICU beds are 40.5% in Greater São Paulo and 41% in the State. The number of hospitalized patients is 7,416, with 4,125 in the ward and 3,291 in intensive care units, according to data from 11am on Sunday.

Today, the 645 municipalities have at least one infected person, 582 with one or more deaths. The list of confirmed cases and deaths by city can be found at: www.saopaulo.sp.gov.br/coronavirus.

Mortality profile

Fatal victims include 21,882 men and 16,138 women. Deaths continue to be concentrated in patients aged 60 or over, totaling 76.3% of deaths.
Observing age groups, it is noted that mortality is higher between 70 and 79 years old (9,750), followed by the groups from 60 to 69 years old (8,934) and 80 and 89 years old (7,798). Among the other groups are: under 10 years old (43), 10 to 19 years old (69), 20 to 29 years old (319), 30 to 39 years old (1,081), 40 to 49 years old (2,503), 50 to 59 years (4,973) and over 90 years (2,550).
The main risk factors associated with mortality are heart disease (59.7% of deaths), diabetes mellitus (43.3%), neurological diseases (10.9%) and kidney disease (9.6%), pneumopathy (8.2 %). Other factors identified are obesity (8.1%), immunosuppression (5.5%), asthma (3%), liver disease (2.1%) and hematology (1.7%), Down syndrome (0.5 %), puerperium (0.1%) and pregnancy (0.1%). These risk factors were identified in 30,574 people who died from COVID-19 (80.4%).

Profile two cases

Among those who have already had confirmation for the new coronavirus are 496,114 men and 561,335 women. There is no sex information for 6,153 cases.
The age group that most concentrates cases is 30 to 39 years old (250,597), followed by the 40 to 49 age group (219,520). The others are: under 10 years old (26,692), 10 to 19 (50,751), 20 to 29 (179,601), 50 to 59 (159,719), 60 to 69 (96,836), 70 to 79 (49,263), 80 to 89 (23,320) and over 90 (6,732). There is no age range for other 571 cases.

Data updated on 18/10 – 14h30

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