translated from Spanish: Hospital occupancy rises in mexico city due to Covid-19 to 11%: Claudia Sheinbaum

The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that hospital occupancy in the capital by Covid-19 patients rose to 11%, this being one of the lowest percentages recorded so far this 2021.La president added that until Tuesday, July 6, the number of general beds occupied was 637, that is, 97 more spaces than those registered on the 4th of the same month. Meanwhile, the number of ventilator beds occupied in the CDMX was 303, that is, 10 more spaces than the balance of two days ago. Read more: AMLO regrets shooting of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse As for the cumulative number of confirmed coronavirus cases, 695,158 were listed, a record that represents an increase of 2,877 in the latest tally. Regarding deaths due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, 33 more deaths were recorded, forming a total of 44,649 deaths in the capital. Photo: Government of Mexico City We must not lower our guard, insists Sheinbaum Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo stressed that during the past week in which there was a stabilization in hospitalizations, so that next week the same activities of the program ‘Reactivate without Risk’ will be maintained. Given this, the doctor considered that it is necessary to maintain the sanitary measures to avoid an uptick in admissions to the nosocomios.” We believe that we have to be cautious and, at the same time, the call to the public is not to lower our guard, we are positive in the sense that there are vaccines, that the elderly are being vaccinated, but that does not mean that we lower our guard,” he said. The local president said that in the capital there are enough beds in the hospitals. Read more: How do you get an orphan’s scholarship for Covid-19 in Mexico?” I ask you not to stop taking care of ourselves: 1. No parties or meetings; 2. No enclosed places without ventilation; 3. Healthy distance; 4. Hand washing; 5. Cover-ups; 6. If you have symptoms, get tested. The #Covid19 does not go on holiday. Let’s keep our guard down,” Sheinbaum Pardo emphasized.

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