translated from Spanish: COVID contagions and hospitalizations drop in CDMX: Sheinbaum

Mexico City’s head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that on Wednesday there was a decrease in hospital occupation by COVID-19.
At a press conference, he detailed that in one day 70 beds were vacated in the 57 public hospitals in the capital, in addition to the private ones.
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In the case of the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico, there was a decrease of 119 beds yesterday and antier, he said.
In the capital of the country there are 3 thousand 215 people hospitalized and a total of 4 thousand 391 in the Valley of Mexico.
There are currently 2,549 beds available for general hospitalization (51.9%) 234 for intubation (60.3%).

Sheinbaum noted that contagions have also declined as between May and June, out of every 100
people who were doing the 54 test were positive and now, it’s only 27.
In the CDMX 9 thousand 181 deaths, 76 thousand 967 cases are active and 15 thousand 170 suspected coronavirus.
Sheinbaum has insisted that in recent weeks there has been a «generally» decrease in the positivity of COVID-19 cases and in the occupation of hospital beds.
Yesterday, the director general of government of Mexico City’s Digital Agency for Public Innovation, Eduardo Clark, anticipated that the color of the epidemiological traffic light over the next week will remain orange.
 
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