translated from Spanish: Mexico registers 12,929 new cases of COVID; there are 269 thousand deaths

On Tuesday, the Ministry of Health reported 12,929 new CASES of COVID in Mexico, so there are already 3,528,972 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
Authorities estimate that there are 84,785 active cases, and that infections have fallen 14% during weeks 34 and 35 of the year.
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The states with the most active cases per 100,000 inhabitants are Tabasco, Colima and Mexico City, while those with the lowest number are Chiapas, Chihuahua and Baja California.
With one thousand 46 new deaths confirmed by the disease, Mexico reached 269 thousand 15 deaths from COVID. In addition, there are 13,315 suspected deaths, including some pending by laboratory and those that are in the process of clinical-epidemiological ruling.

Nationally, hospital occupancy of general beds for COVID patients is 41%, while of ventilator beds is 36%.

Daily Technical Statement: Novel Coronavirus in the World #COVID19 | September 14, 2021
— SALUD Mexico (@SSalud_mx) September 14, 2021

Health indicated that 92 million 749 thousand 295 vaccines have been applied.
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So far, 61,175,097 people, equivalent to 68% of the population 18 and older, have received at least one COVID vaccine. Of these, 65% have a complete scheme, while 35% have only applied the first dose.
Chiapas (46%), Puebla (48%) and Campeche (53%) are the states with the lowest doses applied, while Mexico City (92%), Querétaro (91%) and Quintana Roo (86%) are the ones that have administered the most vaccines.

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