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Covid-19 cases in Mexico rise, daily reports return

México, Covid-19

Covid-19 cases in Mexico rise, daily reports return

Mexico City, Jun 7 (Prensa Latina) The rise in Covid-19 contagions in Mexico activated again the alarms in the Secretariat of Health, which announced that the daily technical reports suspended more than three months ago resumed this Tuesday.
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In a communique, the health entity indicates that, due to the increase in the number of estimated Covid-19 cases, the Secretariat decided to reissue daily technical reports on the pandemic situation in the country.

The Secretariat did not clarify whether this increase of cases is the beginning of the fifth wave of coronavirus contagions, nor whether control measures will be revived, particularly the limitation in the number of people in closed places and wearing facemasks.

It reported that a greater number of Covid-19 cases is observed in Aguascalientes, Baja California, Campeche, Mexico City, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Nuevo Leon, Sinaloa and Yucatan.

This morning’s report, partial because the information about the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths has not been released, indicates that hospital occupancy remains at low levels, with 3.0 percent in general beds and 1.0 percent in beds with mechanical ventilators.

Regarding the Vaccination Plan, Mexico administered 134,514 doses of Covid-19 vaccines last week, totaling 208,765,211 immunizers.

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