translated from Spanish: Mexico Valley overcomes its worst scenario of COVID hospitalizations

The Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico has already reached its worst case of hospitalizations by exceeding the highest number of incomes, with 9 thousand 565 patients.
Mexico City’s government estimated to achieve the worst pandemic scenario if a hospital occupation of 9,000,512 beds was reached, according to epidemiological model projections. This figure has already been higher.

According to the last court report of January 12, 7,285 people were treated in general beds and 2,000 281 in intensive care in the Valley of Mexico.
Mexico City reports 7,013 hospitalized patients, of whom 5,000,231 are in general care and 782 in intensive care.
The capital has 11.4% availability of beds for general care and 10.8% beds with capacity for intubation.
Read: COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to grow in CDMX, up 62% in the last month
December started in the capital with 3 thousand 839 people hospitalized. On December 30, the people hospitalized in the CDMX were already 5 thousand 961.
The capital government is looking at whether holiday return and decembrin holidays are the cause of increased hospitalizations.
In the CDMX 24 thousand 105 people have died from COVID-19 and 381 thousand 152 confirmed cases are reported.

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