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México has 10 weeks of continuous reduction of Covid; there are days without deaths: López-Gatell

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México._ The Undersecretary for Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell, highlighted this Tuesday that México has accumulated 10 weeks of continuous reduction of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In addition, during his participation in the press conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the health official pointed out that there is minimal mortality, since there are days when no deaths have been reported.

Regarding the Covid units, he said that they are already unoccupied, with three and one percent of use in general and ventilated beds, respectively.

“As we have been mentioning, over the next 10 weeks there is a continuous reduction in the epidemic and one of the most notable elements is of course that the Covid units are already unoccupied with three and one percent use in the general beds and with a fan,” he said.

And he added: “But above all, we have already moved to a minimum mortality where we have not had any deaths from Covid. This is very positive. In the weekly average we already have one death on average because there have been days without deaths.

The Ministry of Health at the federal level detailed in its last technical report of September 19, that México adds a total of seven million 70 thousand 902 accumulated confirmed positive cases and 329 thousand 899 total deaths from Covid-19.

In epidemiological week number 37, from September 11 to 17, 472 infections were reported on average per day. While in the last 24 hours, 550 new cases of contagion were reported in the country.

The first 10 entities that accumulate the highest number of cases are: México City, State of México, Nuevo León, Guanajuato, Jalisco, San Luis Potosí, Veracruz, Tabasco, Puebla and Sonora, which together make up 64 percent of all accumulated cases registered in the country.

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Source: from Noroeste Nacional on 2022-09-20 09:48:59

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