translated from Spanish: These are the colonies with the most COVID; CDMX says it will do twice as many tests

Mexico City authorities updated the list of the 158 priority care colonies, as they are the ones that concentrate the most cases of COVID in the capital.
20 came out of the program, achieving a reduction in cases:

Ex Hacienda Coapa – Coyoacán
Prado Churubusco – Coyoacán
San Miguel (BARR) – Iztapalapa
Santa Martha Acatitla (PBLO) – Iztapalapa
La Joya – Gustavo A. Madero
National Progress II – Gustavo A. Madero
CTM Atzacoalco (U Hab) – Gustavo A. Madero
Loma de la Palma – Gustavo A. Madero
New Atzacoalco III – Gustavo A. Madero
San Juan de Aragón 1st section (U HAB) II – Gustavo A. Madero
San Bernabé Ocotepec (PBLO) – La Magdalena Contreras
Daniel Garza – Miguel Hidalgo
Santa Cecilia – Tláhuac
Metropolitan Agricultural – Tláhuac
Quiahuatla – Tláhuac
San Andrés Mixquic (PBLO) – Tláhuac
San Jose – Tláhuac
La Conchita I – Tláhuac
Santiago Zapotitlán (PBLO) – Tláhuac
Xaltocán (BARR) – Xochimilco

And another 20, 12 of them came in from mayoral Cuauhtémoc:

Jalalpa – Alvaro Obregón
Pedregal Gardens – Alvaro Obregón
Portals III-Benito Juarez
Independence – Benito Juarez
Sta. Cruz Atoyac – Benito Juarez
Nativitas – Benito Juarez
San Pedro de Los Pinos – Benito Juárez
Narvarte V – Benito Juarez
Warrior III- Cuauhtémoc
Saint Simon Tolnahuac – Cuauhtémoc
Center IV – Cuauhtémoc
Former Peralvillo Racecourse – Cuauhtémoc
Worker I – Cuauhtémoc
Santa Maria la Ribera I – Cuauhtémoc
Transit – Cuauhtémoc
Doctors II – Cuauhtémoc
Nonoalco Tlatelolco (U HAB) II – Cuauhtémoc
Nonoalco Tlatelolco (U Hab) I – Cuauhtémoc
South Rome I – Cuauhtémoc
Buenavista II – Cuauhtémoc

In these colonies there are a total of 475 active cases, which account for 33 percent of the total positive cases in Mexico City, according to capital government figures.
People living in the 158 colonies, authorities say, should exercise extreme health precautions when leaving home, as these are areas of high COVID-19 contagion; in addition, “health actions are strengthened, so staff from the Ministry of Health and the Directorate-General for Citizen Participation visit households to provide information and guidance on COVID-19”.

The Government of Mexico City reports: List of Colonies, Peoples and Neighborhoods of Priority Care by COVID-19. ??
— CDMX Government (@GobCDMX) November 16, 2020

The local government reported on the installation, from next Wednesday, of “26 Macro Kiosks, of which 12 are located in stations of the Metro Collective Transport System and points of greatest influx, and 14 in esplanades of mayors”.
The aim of increasing health kiosks, the government noted, “is to make rapid progress in identifying positives and their isolation, increasing care for the population through medical guidance, applying free COVID-19 tests, monitoring people with the disease, as well as overseeing health measures in shops and public transport.”
In the coming days, local authorities said, “the number of daily tests available will increase from 5,000 daily outpatients to 10,000 daily (70 percent antigens and 30 percent PCR)”.
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