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314 Positive Cases March 29. The number of deceased and patients in intensive care is maintained.

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At a press conference, the Executive President of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund, Román Macaya and the Director of Health Surveillance of the Ministry of Health, Rodrigo Marín indicated that as of March 29, 314 positive cases were registered for COVID-19, with an age range between one year and 87 years. There are 150 women and 164 men, of whom 290 are Costa Rican and 24 are foreigners.

Positive cases are registered in 51 cantons of the seven provinces, the most affected being San José and the least affected Limón. By age there are: 280 adults, 22 older adults and 12 minors.

3115 people have been discarded, 3 people have been discharged, and two unfortunate deaths are recorded. 315 people have been discarded, 3 people have been discharged, and two unfortunate deaths are recorded. 3115 people have been discarded, 3 people have been discharged, and two unfortunate deaths are recorded.

There are 13 hospitalized COVID-19 positive people, six of them in intensive care.

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