translated from Spanish: 13 people die in a day for COVID-19: 50 deaths go

50 people have died in Mexico from coronavirus COVID-19 and there are 1,510 confirmed cases in Mexico, Health authorities reported.
At a press conference, the director general of Epidemiology, José Luis Alomía, published that of the 14 thousand people who have been studied, there are still 4,653 suspected cases.
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He also explained of the confirmed cases, 1007 people have been treated on an outpatient basis, representing 67%.
9.7% remain hospitalized but stable; another 5.6% is severe and 1% (15 cases) remain intubated in intensive care.

As for coVID-19’s cumulative contagion rate, Mexico City tops the list of entities with 3.63 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, followed by Aguascalientes, Quintana Roo and Tabasco. 
Globally, there are 896,000 cases worldwide, of which 77% occurred in the last 14 days, while lethality increased to 5.1%. 
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Call for doctors by COVID-19.
Health authorities again made a call for nurses, nurses, as well as doctors and specialists to involve the rescue of the health system.
The government relaunched the call on the website of doctors for welfare, for which they have recruited, according to authorities, 6,200 general practitioners, 4 thousand specialists, 8 thousand nurses with a degree, 6 thousand techniques and 84 specialist nurses. 
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