Due to COVID-19, El Tórax, Honduras’ hospitals are 80% full as the number of cases rise nationwide

Due to COVID-19, El Tórax, Honduras’ hospitals are 80% full as the number of cases rise nationwide

The number of patients admitted to COVID-19 at the National Cardiopulmonary Institute (INCP), also known as Hospital del Tórax, has slightly increased. On Tuesday, June 21, four hospitalized patients were recorded, three of whom were stable and one of whom was very ill, according to the COVID-19 report. There is just one hospitalization quota at…

More than 14 million vaccines against COVID-19 have been administered in Honduras

More than 14 million vaccines against COVID-19 have been administered in Honduras

As per figures released by Honduras’ Health Ministry, the country has administered more than 14 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine since the vaccination of its people began in February of 2021. Thus, according to the data from the Ministry of Health’s Expanded Program of Vaccinations, health workers have administered around 14,257,479 doses, with 6,213,060…

COVID-19 cases upsurge as Honduras is dealing with dengue fever

COVID-19 cases upsurge as Honduras is dealing with dengue fever

Dr. Franklin Gómez, the school hospital’s deputy director in Honduras, said on Sunday that the rate of dengue fever has grown by about 160% in epidemiological week 23 compared to the same week last year. Gómez stated that the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has been successful in identifying dengue peaks in Honduras, such as…

Approximately, 50% Hondurans Are Willing To Migrate, Alarming as COVID Coould rise

Approximately, 50% Hondurans Are Willing To Migrate, Alarming as COVID Coould rise

A new report finds that Central Americans’ desire to flee their nations remains intact as a new migrant group of 5,000 people heads north from the Mexico-Guatemala border this week. According to a poll published last week by the World Justice Project, at least one out of every five residents in the region wants to…

A scientific test in Honduran reveals that reclaimed pharmaceuticals could play a major role in the COVID-19 outbreak

A scientific test in Honduran reveals that reclaimed pharmaceuticals could play a major role in the COVID-19 outbreak

From Fall 2020 to October 2021, a gathering of cardiologist from health care institutions in Honduras and the U.s. performed an interpretive cohort study collation, organisation, and analysis of factual data from electronic medical linked with a school’s outpatient setting. The researchers tapped into and evaluated patient data from the urgent care center at the…

Honduras Out Of The Box Brilliance Helps People Get Vaccinated

Honduras Out Of The Box Brilliance Helps People Get Vaccinated

Joint Force, as support of the US Southern Command’s long-term commitment to Central America, completed a three Global Health Dialogue in Comayagua, Honduras, from June 1-3, working alongside military police and Ministry of Health professionals. The mission provided services such as preventative care, family medicine, dental treatments, and pharmacy in El Ciruelo, Portillo de la…

Cases and fatalities from covid have increased in Honduras’ Central City

Cases and fatalities from covid have increased in Honduras’ Central City

There’s been an upsurge in the number of people diagnosed with covid-19 occupying beds at the Escuela, El Tórax, and De San clinics. Recieving the initial two dosages and a supplement of the vaccine, the number of people dying from covid-19 has increased. The most recent of these images is of a 30-year-old individual who…

Honduras is recording an average of 73 reported cases per day

Honduras is recording an average of 73 reported cases per day

 Which is 3 percent more than the peak — the highest cumulative total since February 15. Since the outbreak began, the country has seen 425,371 illnesses and 10,899 coronavirus-related deaths. Vaccination So far, Honduras has given out at least 13,927,995 doses of COVID vaccination. Assuming that each person requires two doses, that would be enough…