Coronavirus COVID-19 in Uruguay | #StayHome

04/18/2021

Harvard Index

82.24 (-3.78)
1 10 25
Updated: 04/18/2021

ICU Occupation

Total 74.1%
74.1%
COVID-19 51.2%
51.2%
Updated: 04/18/2021 08:00 PM

Vaccination progress

At least one dose 37.94%
37.94%
Two doses 10.52%
10.52%
💉 Doses Total
1,356,667
today: 11,393
Updated: 04/18/2021 08:01 PM

Harvard Index

Updated: 04/18/2021

Vaccination total
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Daily vaccination
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Daily active cases
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Cumulative cases, recovered and deaths
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Total Cases

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Daily tests

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Daily new cases
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Daily new active cases
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Positivity Rate

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Daily healthcare workers cases
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Percentage of healthcare workers cases
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Hospitalizations

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Hospitalizations percentage of active cases

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Deaths by age
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Daily deaths

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Active cases by department

Updated : 04/18/2021

⚠️ Until 04/08/2020 the number of cases (people with the virus) was not reported, but the number of positive tests. There are people with the virus that were tested positive more than once. Therefore until 4/8, cases (people with the virus) are assumed as the positive tests due to lack of information.

⚠️ On 02/22/2021 the MSP through the SINAE reported an incorrect death but did not indicate which one. On the other hand, on 03/25/2021 it reported 13 deaths, but only listed 12. Furthermore, on 04/09/2021 it reported 36 deaths from the past, but did not list them. Finally on 04/10/2021 an incorrect death was removed. On 04/13/2021, one more deceased was listed (or one less was counted). On 04/18/2021 listed two less deceased. For these reasons, the death chart "Deaths by age " does not add up the total number of deaths.

On 04/09/2021, the MSP published a report updating the data from 03/01/2021 to 04/08/2021, which shows inconsistencies with the rest of the known data. For this reason, the historical data on this site is only based on the original daily reports until the differences are clarified. This means that almost all the graphs that use historical data are not correct in the indicated period due to lack of information.

Data source: Ministry of Public Health (published by National Emergency System), COVID-19 Vaccination Data Monitor, ICU (adults) bed occupancy viewer.


With these graphs updated daily with public official information I show you:

  • Harvard Index: Risk level according to the average of new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 7 days. It is calculated following the criteria of CoronavirusUY: daily cases until 4/8/2021 are the accumulated of the report minus the accumulated of the previous day. As of 4/9/2021, the daily cases are those of the report (except 04/15/2021).
  • Vaccination total: Total of administered vaccines, discriminated by vaccine type.
  • Daily vaccination: Number of administered vaccines per day, discriminated by vaccine type.
  • Daily active cases: Active cases per day. 👉 This is the curve we have to flatten. The active cases are the people that currently have the virus, calculated as the total cases minus the recovered and deaths.
  • Cumulative cases, recovered and deaths: On each day, the total sum of confirmed cases, recovered and deaths up to that day.
  • Total Cases: Comparison of the total cases registered so far: percentage of active cases, recovered and deaths.
  • Daily tests: Number of tests carried out each day. New tests reported out of date are not considered due to lack of information.
  • Daily new cases: Number of new cases in each day. Includes cases reported after the MSP report.
  • Daily new active cases: In each day, number of new active cases (people with the virus) compared to the previous day. A negative number means that the number of people with the virus decreased that day.
  • Positivity Rate: On each day, percentage of positive tests done that day. For this calculation, it is assumed that the total of positive tests corresponds to the number of new cases that day due to lack of information. New cases and tests reported out of date are not considered due to lack of information.
  • Daily healthcare workers cases: Number of new cases in each day and how many of them correspond to healthcare workers. New cases reported out of date are not considered due to lack of information.
  • Percentage of healthcare workers cases: Of the new cases of each day, what percentage correspond to healthcare workers on that day. New cases reported out of date are not considered due to lack of information.
  • Hospitalizations: Number of people in intermediate care and intensive care each day.
  • Hospitalizations percentage of active cases: Percentage of hospitalizations of active cases on each day.
  • Deaths by age: Deaths by age ranges.
  • Daily deaths: Deaths per day.

If you don’t want to appear in these charts, stay home. If you don’t want your loved ones to appear in these charts, stay home. If you don’t want innocent people to appear in these charts, stay home.

👉 Stay home when possible. Obviously some of us have to go out to work because we cannot do it remotely and all of us at some point need to go out, due to a need of force majeure. Everything else can wait.

If you have to go out, keep 2 meters (~6.5 feet) away from other people and use a face mask to protect yourself and others. You don’t need to wear special face masks reserved for highly exposed people like healthcare workers. A strong, washable homemade fabric face mask is enough to cover your entire nose and mouth. Avoid touching your face without washing your hands first. When you return home, wash your hands and disinfect everything you bring home and what you have touched before washing your hands.

We are at war against an invisible enemy. The only way to defeat it is by working together. Take care of yourself and others by informing yourself and following the official guidelines (in Uruguay): Coronavirus National Plan.

Why stay home?

  • 😷 We decrease the probability of infecting ourselves and infecting others.
  • ⚠️ About 60% of people with coronavirus show mild or no symptoms. [source]
  • 🏥 We help to avoid overloading the health system and therefore to save lives.

I invite you to try my interactive coronavirus simulation where you can visually see the impact of social distancing.

Comparison to the countries of the region

Active cases per million inhabitants in the region

Updated : 04/17/2021

Cumulative cases per million inhabitants in the region

Updated : 04/17/2021

Deaths per million inhabitants in the region

Updated : 04/17/2021

Data source: COVID-19 Data Repository by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University and https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/population-by-country/.

  • Active cases per million inhabitants in the region: Comparison of active cases (people with the virus) per million inhabitants in the countries of the region.
  • Cumulative cases per million inhabitants in the region: Comparison of cumulative cases per million inhabitants in the countries of the region.
  • Deaths per million inhabitants in the region: Comparison of deaths per million inhabitants in the countries of the region.

Numbers in the world 🌍

Updated: 04/18/2021 08:50 PM (Uruguayan Time)
Data source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

How can I help?

First of all, it is super important that you follow the recommendations of the authorities and that you stay home as much as possible.

Download Coronavirus UY (oficial MSP app, link on the bottom of the page) and activate the exposure alerts if your device is compatible.

You can also collaborate with charitable foundations that are doing an outstanding effort:

Or you can collaborate with government institutions: