translated from Spanish: Mexico adds 7,504 new cases of COVID; infections down 26%

In the last day, the Ministry of Health registered 7,504 new COVID infections in Mexico, which adds up to 3,428,384 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
Health estimated that there are 104 thousand 89 active cases, and that 2 million 768 thousand 946 patients have recovered.
According to the agency, estimated cases have decreased 26% between weeks 33 and 34 of the year.
The entities with the highest rate of active cases per 100,000 inhabitants are Tabasco, Colima, Mexico City, Nuevo León and Querétaro. Chiapas, Chihuahua and Baja California have a lower incidence.
It also reported 289 new deaths from the disease, so there are already 263,140 deaths.

By age group, people aged 18 to 29 have been infected the most in the last five weeks, followed by those aged 30 to 39. The age group with the lowest number of cases is 0 to 17 years.
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Nationally there is a hospital occupancy of general beds for COVID patients of 46%, and of beds with ventilator of 43%.

Daily Technical Statement: Novel Coronavirus in the World #COVID19 | September 5, 2021
— SALUD Mexico (@SSalud_mx) September 5, 2021

This Saturday, 220,689 vaccines were applied. In total, 87 million 14 thousand 220 have been supplied, and there are 66 thousand 903 that are cataloged as “lost doses”.
Health indicates that 58 million 906 thousand 303 people, equivalent to 66% of the adult population, are already vaccinated, 60% of them with a complete schedule and 40% with the first dose.

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