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    Covid-19: Boletim Santo André – 11/05: The Municipality of Santo André, through the Department of Health, updates the numbers of the new coronavirus in the city

    Covid-19: Santo André Bulletin – 11/05

    The Municipality of Santo André, through the Department of Health, updates the numbers of the new coronavirus in the city:

    • 828 Confirmed Cases, including 74 deaths
    • 569 Suspected Cases
    • 1,053 Discarded Cases
    • 303 people Admitted to Hospitals (Public and/or Private) with Suspected or Confirmed

    Covid-19: Santo André Bulletin – 11/05

    1st death – Male, 68 years old. He entered the Sacadura Cabral UPA on March 18. He presented symptoms of the disease, which worsened due to comorbidities, and died on the same date;

    2nd death – 63-year-old man. He died on March 28 , in a private hospital in São Caetano . He had diabetes and obesity;

    3rd death – 62-year-old man. He had a history of hypertension. He died on March 26 in a private hospital in São Bernardo, where he was admitted with fever and cough;

    4th death – 81 year old man. He had chronic cardiovascular disease and was admitted to a private hospital in Santo André;

    5th death – 55-year-old man. He had diabetes and hypertension. He died on April 8, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    6th death – 45 year old woman. He had hypertension and obesity. He died on April 4, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    7th death – 43 year old woman. He had hypertension and obesity. He died on April 3, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center ;

    8th death – 42 year old man. He had asthma and died on April 3, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    9th death – 44 year old woman. I had obesity. He died on April 14, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    10th death – 82 year old woman. He had chronic heart disease and diabetes. He died on April 9, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    11th death – 89-year-old woman. He had heart failure and hypertension. He died on March 22, in a private hospital in Santo André ;

    12th death – 56-year-old man. He had diabetes, hypertension and chronic cardiovascular disease. He died on April 16, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    13th death – 55-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 19, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    14th death – 94 year old woman. He had diabetes and hypertension. He died on April 15, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    15th death – 71-year-old man. He had hypertension and hyperlipidemia. He died on April 3, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    16th death – 92 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 16, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    17th death – Male, 48 years old. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 9, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    18th death – 71-year-old man. He had diabetes, heart disease and kidney failure. He died on April 9, in a private hospital in São Bernardo;

    19th death – 90 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 10, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    20th death – 75 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 13, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    21st death – 89-year-old woman. He had heart failure and nephrotic syndrome. He died on April 16, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    22nd death – 54-year-old man. He had hypertension and obesity. He died on April 18, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    23rd death – 40 year old man. He had kidney failure. He died on April 9, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    24th death – 64-year-old man. He had heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He died on March 23, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    25th death – 59-year-old man. I had diabetes. He died on March 27, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    26th death – 82-year-old man. He had chronic heart disease. He died on April 4, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    27th death – 86 year old woman. He had hypertension and liver failure. He died on April 17, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    28th death – 85 year old male. He had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pulmonary fibrosis. He died on April 20, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    29th death – 89-year-old woman. I had Alzheimer’s. He died on April 21, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    30th death – 58-year-old man. I had hypertension. He died on April 5, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    31st death – 67-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 15, at UPA Jardim Santo André;

    32nd death – 80 year old man. I had hypertension. He died on April 18, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    33rd death – 52 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 18, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    34th death – 77 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 18, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    35th death – 75 year old woman. I had diabetes. He died on April 20, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    36th death – 60 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 20, at UPA Jardim Santo André;

    Covid-19: Santo André Bulletin – 11/05

    37th death – 91-year-old man. He had kidney failure. He died on April 5, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    38th death – 82 year old woman. I had hypertension. He died on April 11, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    39th death – 78 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 14, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    40th death – 85 year old woman. I had hypertension. He died on April 16, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    41st death – 78-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 19, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    42nd death – 81 year old woman. He had asthma and hypertension. He died on April 24, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    43rd death – 65-year-old man. He had diabetes and hypertension. He died on April 24, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    44th death – 80 year old woman. He had diabetes and hypertension. He died on April 25, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    45th death – 60 year old woman. He had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He died on April 26, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    46th death – 64-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 14, at the Mário Covas State Hospital;

    47th death – 76-year-old man. I had hypertension. He died on April 18, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    48th death – 83-year-old woman. He had hypertension and heart failure. He died on April 21, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    49th death – 86 year old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 22, at UPA Sacadura Cabral;

    50th death – 94 year old man. I had hypertension. He died on April 26, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    51st death – 94 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 29, in the field hospital of the Pedro Dell’Antonia Sports Complex;

    52nd death – 74 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 28, at the Mário Covas State Hospital;

    53rd death – 61-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 8, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    54th death – 50 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 16, in a private hospital in São Bernardo;

    55th death – Male, 69 years old. He had liver failure. He died on April 18, in a private hospital in São Paulo;

    56th death – 86-year-old man. I had hypertension. He died on May 1, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    57th death – 50 year old woman. He had immunodeficiency because of a tumor in the bile ducts. He died on April 26, at the Mário Covas State Hospital;

    58th death – 73-year-old man. He had heart disease and diabetes. He died on May 2, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    59th death – 47 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on May 2, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    60th death – 74 year old man. He had immunosuppression. He died on April 28, at the Mário Covas State Hospital;

    61st death – 44-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 29, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    62nd death – 76-year-old man. He had hypertension and heart failure. He died on April 29, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center.

    63rd death – 52-year-old man. I had hypertension. He died on April 30, in a private hospital in São Bernardo;

    64th death – Male, 79 years old. He had diabetes and heart disease. He died on May 1, at the Centro Hospitalar Municipal de Santo André;

    65th death – 80 year old man. I had Alzheimer’s. He died on May 2, in a private hospital in Santo André;

    66th death – 57-year-old man. He had diabetes and hypertension. He died on May 5, in a private hospital in São Bernardo.

    67th death – 75 year old woman. I had Alzheimer’s. He died on April 30, in a private hospital in Santo André.

    68th death – 56-year-old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 21, in a private hospital in Santo André.

    69th death – 75 year old man. He had heart disease, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He died on April 26, at UPA Jardim Santo André;

    70th death – 96-year-old woman. There were no comorbidities. He died on April 29, at UPA Bangu;

    71st death – 92-year-old woman. I had Alzheimer’s. He died on May 2, at UPA Sacadura Cabral;

    72nd death – 63-year-old man. He had heart disease and immunosuppression. He died on May 2, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    73rd death – 85 year old man. There were no comorbidities. He died on May 4, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center;

    74th death – 62-year-old man. He had acute renal failure. He died on May 4, at the Santo André Municipal Hospital Center.

    MEASURES ANNOUNCED BY THE MAYOR OF SANTO ANDRÉ UNTIL THE MOMENT:

    Economy Support

    – Launch of a portal with all emergency measures to preserve jobs and the economy, available at the link https://bit.ly/2xno7U6;

    – Release of microcredit for entrepreneurs by Banco do Povo, with interest rates of 0.35% per month;

    – Suspension of ISS and IPTU payments (industrial and commercial), in addition to suspension of debt protests;

    – Anticipation of the first installment of the 13th salary for active and inactive municipal employees;

    – Craisa suspended the collection of tax on street vendors and permit holders whose activities were interrupted due to quarantine;

    – Partnership with the Keepz application allows the disclosure of local entrepreneurs;

    – Partnership with Sebrae to train entrepreneurs in sales of Personal Protective Equipment for public administrations.

    Solidarity

    – Anticipation of Operation Winter, with the distribution of masks, blankets and food for people on the streets, as of May 7;

    – Launch of the Sewing with Love program, which will convene seamstresses interested in producing masks. An action carried out by the Social Solidarity Fund aims to produce 300 thousand masks for people in social vulnerability;

    – Receipt of donations in drive-thru format at the Santo André Social Solidarity Fund, from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 3 pm. Items will be delivered to families in socially vulnerable situations. The organization is located at Avenida dos Estados, 2.195, Santa Teresinha neighborhood. Donations can also be made, in the same drive-thru format, at Paço Municipal (Praça IV Centenário – Centro);

    – Creation of the Special Fund to Combat Coronavirus. Account of the Social Solidarity Fund will be able to receive donations for the purchase of basic baskets and hygiene items. Donation must be made by means of identified deposit or transfer to this account: Banco do Brasil / Branch: 5.688-x / Account: 6.900-0 / CNPJ: 46.522.942 / 0001-30

    – Donation of 50% of Mayor Paulo Serra’s salary to the Special Fund to Combat Coronavirus;

    – Start of the Merenda em Casa program on April 2nd. Students from the municipal school system started to receive kits with food and cleaning supplies due to the suspension of classes;

    – Donation of basic food baskets for street vendors, taxi drivers and school transporters.

    Population Awareness

    – Circulation of sound cars to guide the population to stay at home, avoiding circulation on the streets;

    – Creation of the telephone 0800 4848004 to answer questions about the coronavirus;

    – Prevention Pit Stop: Tents at street fairs and bus terminals to raise awareness in the prevention of Covid-19. From Monday to Saturday, from 7 am to 7 pm, professionals give guidance on the coronavirus and clean the hands of passengers with alcohol gel.

    Social isolation

    – Partnership with ABR Telecom and In Loco, to measure the social isolation index in the city;

    – Extension until May 31 of the decree that restricts on-site activities in commercial establishments;

    – Extension of park closures until May 31;

    – Restriction of access to Vila de Paranapiacaba only for residents and professionals of essential services. Measure was adopted on April 18 and continues until May 31;

    – Resumption of municipal school activities from May 4, remotely;

    – Extension until May 4 of the decree that restricts on-site activities in commercial establishments;

    – Extension of park closures until May 4;

    – Restriction of access to Vila de Paranapiacaba only for residents and professionals of essential services. Measure was adopted on April 18 and continues until May 10;

    – Resumption of the Blue Zone from April 18. Collection was suspended for a period of one month;

    – Suspension of exchanges for the Green Currency program;

    – Launch of the Education at Home program, which provides complementary online activities for students in the municipal network, specially developed to be carried out during the period of suspension of classes. The content can be accessed on the website educacao.santoandre.sp.gov.br;

    – Suspension of face-to-face service at the Ombudsman’s Office, which starts to answer only by e-mail [email protected] and telephone 4437-1150;

    – Suspension of physical assistance at Procon, which is receiving demands by e-mail [email protected] and websites www.consumidor.gov.br and www.procon.sp.gov.br;

    – Suspension of tests of public tenders by the Municipal Civil Guard and Education;

    – Suspension of Craisa’s flower and ornamental fish market;

    – City Hall Service Square was closed on March 23. Services are being offered over the internet;

    – Suspension of face-to-face service at the service station at Semasa’s headquarters;

    – Suspension of classes in the De Volta pra Sala project, by Semasa;

    – Suspension of on-site technical assistance for Semasa’s environmental licensing;

    – Suspension of cultural, sports, commercial, artistic and equipment activities such as the Museum of Santo André, Casa da Palavra, Library, Ludoteca, Sabina and Crisa (Reference Center for the Elderly of Santo André);

    – Suspension of classes of professional courses at the Escola de Ouro Andreense, free schools of culture and other courses offered by the City Hall, such as those at Parque Escola, Caem (Multidisciplinary Educational Service Center), Nanasa (Adapted Swimming Center of Santo André) and the activities offered by Cesas;

    – Publication of normative instruction with inspection protocol for holding religious services and practices, paying attention to the prevention and coping measures of Covid-19;

    – Recommendation to churches, temples, religious entities and institutions that bring together a large public that temporarily suspend meetings with crowds of people;

    Covid-19: Boletim Santo André - 11/05: The Municipality of Santo André, through the Department of Health, updates the numbers of the new coronavirus in the city
    Covid-19: Boletim Santo André – 11/05: The Municipality of Santo André, through the Department of Health, updates the numbers of the new coronavirus in the city

    – Intensification of actions to ensure hygiene and awareness protocols, in addition to providing space for welcoming and social isolation for homeless people with suspected contamination by the new coronavirus;

    – Closure of all Craisa restaurants (Santo André Regional Supply Company), with the exception of the Executive building unit;

    – Recommendation that condominiums and buildings located in Santo André prohibit the use of common areas, such as playrooms, swimming pools, gyms, sports courts (open or closed), playgrounds, barbecue grills, party room, games room, room meetings, among others;

    – Reduced visits to inpatients in municipal hospitals, to control the flow of people;

    – Postponement, indefinitely, of the 1st Regional University Congress: Challenges and Perspectives for the Sustainable Development of the Greater ABC, which was scheduled for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of June. More information on the site http://www3.santoandre.sp.gov.br/santoandre500anos/index.php/congressouniversitario/

    – Suspension of gratuity for students since March 23, to avoid unnecessary use of public transport;

    – Suspension of face-to-face service at the service station at Semasa’s headquarters;

    Cheers

    – Beginning of mass testing for essential service professionals on May 6, in drive-thru format, in the parking lot of the Grand Plaza shopping mall;

    – Mandatory use of masks for essential service professionals and users of public transport as of May 4. Between May 4 and 10, the City will distribute washable masks to the population, produced by seamstresses who participate in the Sewing with Love program. From May 11, the use of masks will be mandatory for the entire population;

    – Inauguration of the Bruno José Daniel Stadium field hospital, with 120 beds, on April 29. With the 180 beds of the Pedro Dell’Antonia Sports Complex, opened on April 15, Santo André now has 300 beds for the exclusive care of patients with suspected or confirmed Covid-19. Another 100 vacancies will be opened in May, at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC);

    – Humanized care at the Pedro Dell’Antonia Sports Complex field hospital, using video calls and badges with photos of health professionals, smiling;

    – Launch of the Qualisaúde Santo André application, for the self-examination of Covid-19. App is available for Android system and will be made available for iOS system in the coming days;

    – Suspension of elective surgeries, to release ICU beds for the most severe patients;

    – Community health agents are working in risk groups, visiting the elderly, pregnant women and the chronically ill;

    – All schedules in Health Units and Polyclinics were canceled to meet spontaneous demands. General practitioners, pediatricians and gynecologists (mainly attending pregnant women), to provide immediate care to patients with suspected or confirmed Covid-19;

    – Suspension of vacation of health workers for an indefinite period;

    – Suspension of all elective consultations with specialists;

    Cleaning and Solid Waste

    – Trucks started to clean the main roads in the city on March 25, in the vicinity of bus terminals, train stations, Health Units and commercial corridors. Bom Prato Unit and POP Center receive daily washing services;

    – DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTION – recyclable and humid waste – which is normally carried out in the municipality;
    – Operation of only eight collection stations in the city:

    FROM SUNDAY TO SUNDAY, FROM 7AM TO 12PM AND FROM 1PM TO 7PM
    • Antonina Station: Av. Eng. Olavo Alaysio de Lima, 945 – Jd. Sto. Antonio
    • Estação Erechim: Rua Erechim, 635 – Pq. Erasmo Assunção
    • Bom Pastor Station: Av. Bom Pastor, 1150 – Jd. Bom Pastor
    • Centerville Station: Praça Eurico Gaspar Dutra, 181 – Centerville
    • Ipanema Station: Av. Cap. Mario Toledo de Camargo, 2599 – Ipanema
    • Paraíso Station: Rua Juquiá, 200 – Bairro Paraíso

    MONDAY TO SATURDAY, FROM 8AM TO 4PM
    • Grajaú Station: Rua Grajaú, 45 – Vila Linda
    • Paranapiacaba Station: Avenida Forde, 37 – Vila de Paranapiacaba

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