translated from Spanish: CDMX will not go to red light, but new restrictions are discussed

Head of Government Claudia Sheinbaum noted that Mexico City will not go to red light next week, although they discuss new schedule restrictions for some activities.
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In press videoconference, Sheinbaum explained that if the number of contagion continues to increase next week, the new measures will be announced.
However, he said, curfews and fines on people who do not follow the preventive measures against covid-19 are ruled out in Mexico City, which continues at orange traffic lights on alert.
As of October 28, 158,518 confirmed cases of covid-19 have been reported in the capital, of which authorities estimate that 12 thousand 727 are active.
There are 63,536 suspected cases and 14,987 deaths from the disease have been reported.

Good night, I share with you the daily report on the situation of the City in front of the #Covid19égeteYProtegeALosDemás
— Claudia Sheinbaum (@Claudiashein) October 29, 2020

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In recent days, there has been an increase in the number of people hospitalized for coronavirus in Mexico City.
On October 24, 3,000,711 people were hospitalized, and by October 25, 3,760 thousand were registered.
On Wednesday, 3,864 people were counted, of whom 945 are intubated.
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