translated from Spanish: Mexico exceeds 42 thousand deaths per COVID; there are already 378 thousand cases

With 737 more deaths from COVID-19, Mexico already has 42 thousand 645 deaths from the disease.
As for the confirmed cases, 7 thousand 573 were added to the record, giving a total so far of 378 thousand 285.
On Thursday, 23 July, there was the highest increase in confirmed cases, overnight, with 8 thousand 438 cases added to the register.
Read: By lab saturation, COVID confirmation can take up to a month
Health authorities reported at a press conference that there are 90,970 suspected cases.
Nationally, hospital occupancy is 47% for non-serious patients, in this area, Nuevo León is the topping list with 80% of occupied beds, followed by Nayarit, with 76%; and Tabasco, with 73%.
In the field of beds for critical patients, at the national level there is an occupancy of 38%. Nuevo León reported the highest level, with 65% occupancy; second is Tabasco, with 65%; and Baja California in third, with 57%
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