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  • [1 ↑] = Case Disposition: The positive results confirmed by laboratory test in agreement with the municipality of the primary care centre to which the case is assigned for follow-up are reflected. → (https://grafcan1...b6)
    The contagions are referenced according to the health center that monitors the positive. This means that it doesn’t matter so much where the infected reside, but rather where they are monitoring them from
  • [2 ↑] = Residents: The number of positives according to the patient’s residence → (https://www3[...]CasosCOVID-19.pdf) - Update of 04/19/2021
    The criterion for distributing cases is based on the place of residence of the infected person
  • [3 ↑] = 7 days incidence: (Case Disposition): Accumulated incidence (cases / population x 100,000)
  • [4 ↑] = 14 days incidence: (Case Disposition): Accumulated incidence (cases / 100,000 population) in the last 14 days
  • [5 ↑] = Act 100K: (Case Disposition): Number of current active cases per 100,000 people
  • Highlighted in green: all cases have recovered from the infection
  • Highlighted in grey = there has never been a case


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