January 30, local time, the Ministry of Health of Chile released the latest data, including 4,160 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country, with a total of 722,900 confirmed cases; 82 new deaths, with a total of 18,339 deaths; a total of 677,602 cured cases; and 265 existing cases 94 cases.
On that day, Chile conducted 63,308 nucleic acid tests, with an average positive rate of 6.57%.
Of the country’s 2,495 beds for severe COVID-19, only 161 are idle, with a saturation rate of more than 93%, according to the Chilean Ministry of Health.
On the same day, a serious fire broke out in a hospital in Santiago, the capital of Chile.
Fortunately, the fire area was not in the hospital area.
All 350 patients, including 28 patients with COVID-19, were safely evacuated and placed in other hospitals.