translated from Spanish: CDMX warns hospitals are on edge and calls for total isolation

The Government of Mexico City warned capitalists via SMS message that hospitals in the city are on edge and that it is necessary to return to «total isolation» to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The message also asks not to go out or throw parties, and reports that only the essential sectors will be open. 

This Friday, the governments of Mexico City and the State of Mexico announced that the epidemiological traffic light was changing to red, the highest level of alertness, due to the increase in cases and hospitalizations. 
Read: These are the essential and non-essential activities that are considered at the red light
Federal health authorities reported this Saturday that Mexico City has a general hospital occupation of 85%, followed by the State of Mexico with 78%.
This Sunday, head of government Claudia Sheinbaum reported that to date there are 5,039 people hospitalized in the capital, of whom 3,759 are in general beds and 1,280 intubated in all public and private hospitals. 
Photos: This is what the streets of the CDMX Historic Center look like with red light
In the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico, in total, there are 7,049 people hospitalized in institutions of the 59 conurbados municipalities and the 16 mayors of the CDMX.
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