The tenth fatality of COVID-19 is registered in Costa Rica * Tonight, at 8:00 p.m. According to the death certificate, the tenth death of a COVID-19 patient is recorded.
This is a 73-year-old man from Costa Rica, a resident of San José. The deceased, in addition to age as a risk factor for COVID-19, suffered from high blood pressure and had aortic valve heart disease. He was diagnosed on April 25. and admitted from that date to the Hospital México.
This death is in addition to those already registered of nine people, eight men and one woman, with an age range of 45 to 87 years. Media reported a few hours ago on the apparent death of the now deceased, who, at that time, According to a medical report, he was in critical condition.
Health authorities reiterate prudence in the communication of sensitive information such as deaths, in an effort to respect the pain of the affected family.