translated from Spanish: With the sum of 139 deaths, Mexico reaches 83 thousand 781 deaths per COVID

Federal health authorities reported on Sunday about 139 more deaths on the record, so far Mexico has accumulated 83,781 deaths since the start of the epidemic.
At the evening press conference it was indicated that there is a cumulative of 817 thousand 503 confirmed cases, which are 3 thousand 175 more than yesterday. 
969 thousand 859 have tested negative, and in epidemiological week 40 there was a positivity level of 36%.
The previous day there were 83 thousand 642 deaths per COVID and 814 thousand 328 confirmed cases accumulated.
Health estimates that there are 39,511 active cases of people who have had symptoms in the last 14 days.
José a Luis Alomía Zegarra, general manager of Epidemiology, said Nuevo León, with 50%, is the state with the highest level of occupancy of general hospitalization beds.
Chihuahua, with 47%, has the most bed occupancy for critical patients, with a fan.

Nationally, 73% of general hospitalization beds are available and 27% occupied. In fan beds, 77% are available and 23% occupied. 2/2
— Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez (@HLGatell) October 12, 2020

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