translated from Spanish: Hospital occupation at CDMX, 15%: Claudia Sheinbaum

The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that hospital occupation in the capital for covid-19 sufferers remains at 15%, the lowest percentage recorded so far from 2021.La capitalist representative added that until Wednesday, May 12, the number of general beds occupied was 785, or 19 more spaces than in the register on the 11th of the same month. Meanwhile, the number of fan beds occupied in the CDMX was 435, or 19 spaces less than two days ago. Read more: What will the return to face-to-face classes in Mexico look like? As for the cumulative number of confirmed cases of coronavirus, 648 thousand 11 were listed, representing an increase of 778 in the last balance sheet. With regard to deaths from sars-coV-2, 62 more were recorded, which were added to a total of 42 thousand 403. Photo: Government of Mexico City Do not let your guard down, says Sheinbaum Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo emphasized that during the last week in which a stabilization was presented in the hospitalizations, so next week the same activities of the program ‘Reactivate without Risk’ will be maintained. In response, the doctor felt that it is necessary to maintain health measures to avoid an uptick in income to nosocomios.” We believe that we have to be cautious and, at the same time, the call to citizenship is not to let our guard down, we are positive in the sense that there are vaccines, that older adults are being vaccinated, but that does not mean that we let our guard down,” he said. The local representative noted that there are enough beds in hospitals in the capital. Read more: Coronavirus Mexico: Latest news today May 13 about the Covid-19″I ask you not to stop taking care of us: 1. No parties or meetings; 2. No closed places without ventilation; 3. Healthy distance; 4. Hand washing; 5. Cover; 6. If you have symptoms, get tested. The #Covid19’t go on vacation. Let’s keep our guard down,” Sheinbaum Pardo emphasized.

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