Covid-19 cases in Uruguay with no identified link increase to 55%

From the previous report, presented on April 10, to the most recent one, closed on April 19, the number of cases whose epidemiological thread could not be identified increased by 8%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fifty-five percent of Covid-19 cases registered in Uruguay have no identified link, according to the latest epidemiological report released by the Ministry of Public Health (MSP), which shows an increase of 8 points in this figure in just 10 days.

From the previous report, presented on April 10, to the most recent one, closed on April 19, the number of cases whose epidemiological thread could not be identified increased by 8%.

"Of the confirmed cases, 44% have a history of contact with a confirmed case on national territory, 1% of the cases are linked . . .

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