translated from Spanish: Mexico reaches 34 thousand deaths per COVID-19 and accumulates 289 thousand cases

With 665 new deaths of coronavirus COVID-19, Mexico reached 34 thousand deaths from the disease.
Health authorities reported at a press conference that so far in the epidemic, 289,174 people have tested positive for the disease, but 29,627 are considered active cases for developing symptoms in the last 14 days.
This represents an increase of 6,891 cases more reported than July 9, the day of the biggest surge of cases reported in a day. 

As of July 10, 2020, there are 289,174 confirmed cases, 29,627 assets and 81,838 suspected #COVID19. There have been 344,283 negatives, 34,191 confirmed deaths and 177,097 people recovered. 1/2
— Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez (@HLGatell) July 11, 2020

In addition, there are 81 thousand 838 suspected cases of COVID-19, who will have to wait for laboratory results.
It is also estimated that 177 thousand 97 people have managed to recover from the disease.
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Nationally, 55% of general hospital beds are available and 45% occupied. Tabasco remains the entity that reports the highest occupation, with 81%, however, the Undersecretary of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, noted that from last weekend began the process of hospital conversion to increase the capacity of patient care.
As beds with fans, 62% are available and 38% occupied. Tabasco also leads the occupation in the states, with 56% of its intensive care beds occupied.
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