translated from Spanish: Mexico records 1,470 COVID deaths and 20,000 more cases in a day

Health authorities recorded a thousand and 470 more DEATHS of COVID-19, totaling 149,084 deaths from the disease.
In addition, they confirmed 20,057 new cases of the virus, making one million 752,347 people who have become ill in Mexico since the start of the epidemic.
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At a press conference, they reported that they estimate 122,986 active cases (6%) symptoms in the last 14 days.
So far, nine entities in the country have a hospital occupation of more than 70%. The CDMX registers 89%, the United States of Mexico 85%, and Guanajuato and Nuevo León 83%. The availability of beds in general hospitalization at the national level is 60%.
While the availability of fan-cooled beds is 54% nationally. CDMX has an occupancy of 87%, followed by Edomex with 82%, and Nuevo León with 75%.

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COVID-19 cases and deaths in Mexico

Updated information to those with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data since February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: On 5 October 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the register 2,789 more deces, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that came into contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

New COVID-19 cases in Mexico

Updated information to those with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data since February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: On 5 October 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the register 2,789 more deces, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that came into contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

Deaths confirmed by COVID-19 in Mexico

Updated information to those with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

*They do not correspond to the day they occurred, but to the day they joined the total death log. Data since February 27, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the country.

Note: On 5 October 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the register 2,789 more deces, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that came into contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

COVID-19 case relationship in Mexico

Updated information to those with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data since February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: On 5 October 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the register 2,789 more deces, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that came into contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

Daily percentage increase in confirmed cases

Updated information to those with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Increased

compared to the previous day

This graph shows the acceleration of the epidemiological curve from March 1.

The first confirmed case in the country was on February 27, 2020.

Note: On 5 October 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the register 2,789 more deces, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that came into contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

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