The country registered 1,315 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, December 30, 1207 on Thursday, December 31, 1,270 cases on Friday, January 1, 539 cases on Saturday, January 2, 589 on Sunday, January 3, 717 cases on Monday January 4 and 1,155 today, Tuesday, January 5, reaching a total of 173,591 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Of the cases registered on Wednesday, 224 are by epidemiological link and 1091 by laboratory, on Thursday 138 are by epidemiological link and 1069 by laboratory. In the case of Friday 337 are by link and 933 by laboratory, on Saturday 82 are by epidemiological link and 457 by laboratory, on Sunday 108 are by epidemiological link and 481 by laboratory. On Monday 65 are by link and 652 by laboratory, for this Tuesday 301 are by epidemiological link and 854 by laboratory.
In total we have 85,068 women and 88,523 men, of whom 151,287 are Costa Rican and 22,304 are foreigners.
By age we have: 146,572 adults, 12,796 older adults and 14,101 minors, 122 are under investigation.
133,607 recovered persons were counted, of which 65,350 are women and 68,257 are men, by age we have: 114,031 adults, 8,231 older adults, 11,229 minors and 116 are under investigation.
598 people are hospitalized, 254 of them in intensive care with an age range of zero to 91 years.
On Wednesday 15 unfortunate deaths were reported, on Thursday the 14th, on Friday the 8th, on Saturday there are 12, on Sunday there are 13 deaths, on Monday there are 11 and on Tuesday 19 deaths are reported, reaching a total of 2,248 related deaths with COVID-19: 844 women and 1,404 men, with an age range of two to 101 years. By age there are 705 adults, 1,540 older adults and three minors.