As of July 19, the country registers 563 new cases of COVID-19, for a total of 11,114 confirmed cases, with an age range of zero to 99 years. There are 4856 women and 6258 men, of whom 7904 are Costa Rican and 3210 are foreigners.
Positive cases are counted in 81 cantons. By age we have: 9041 adults, 590 older adults and 1377 minors, 106 are under investigation.
There are 2966 people recovered in 79 cantons. The recovered cases have an age range of zero to 94 years, of which 1298 are women and 1668 are men, by age we have: 2319 adults, 130 older adults, 453 minors and 64 are under investigation.
241 people are hospitalized, 44 of them in intensive care with an age range of 38 to 83 years.
Eight deaths are added, reaching 62 in total, of which 25 are women and 37 men, with an age range of 23 to 94 years.
- 78-year-old man, Costa Rican, resident of Alajuela. He was admitted to CEACO, being diagnosed by COVID-19 on June 5. He suffered from restrictive lung disease, high blood pressure and a history of cancer.
- 45-year-old foreign woman, her diagnosis is post mortem. According to information from the Judicial Investigation Agency, the body was raised in La Unión de Cartago. There is no information on risk factors.
- A 27-year-old man, a foreigner, a resident of San José, was admitted to the San Juan de Dios Hospital and was diagnosed on July 17, a well-known man. There is no family registry in the country.
- A 49-year-old man, a foreigner, a resident of San José, was admitted to the San Juan de Dios Hospital, diagnosed by COVID-19 on July 7. He suffered from obesity and prediabetes.
- A 49-year-old Costa Rican man, a resident of San José, was admitted to the San Juan de Dios Hospital and was diagnosed by COVID-19 on July 14. He presented as contributing factors chronic kidney disease, diabetes and hypertension.
- A 47-year-old foreign woman, a resident of San José, was at the Hospital México, being diagnosed on July 17, suffering from diabetes and obesity.
- 77-year-old Costa Rican man, a resident of San José, was hospitalized at CEACO, being diagnosed by COVID-19 on July 4. He suffered from diabetes, chronic kidney failure and had a history of smoking.
- An 89-year-old Costa Rican woman from San José was at the San Juan de Dios Hospital, being diagnosed by COVID-19 on July 17. She suffered from high blood pressure and atrial fibrillation.