Jul 05, 2020
COVID-19 : Mexico surpasses France in deaths from COVID-19 and is in fifth place worldwide; in the last hours 6 thousand 914 cases and 523 deaths were reported
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The Health Secretary reported this Saturday that Mexico is already counted 252 thousand 165 positive cases and 30 thousand 366 deaths from coronavirus COVID-19.
This was disclosed in the daily technical report of the federal agency in the National Palace.
In the last 24 hours, a total of 6,914 positive cases were registered, which also represented a new record of infections, and 523 deaths from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.
In this way, Mexico rises to the fifth place in deaths from COVID-19 worldwide with more than 30 thousand, surpassing France, who has 29 thousand 896 deaths from the disease.
The Director of Epidemiology of the Government of Mexico, José Luis Alomy, exposed that the Mexican states with the most confirmed patients are the Mexico City (51 thousand 658), the Mexico state (37 thousand 360) and Puebla (11 thousand 857).
While the states with the most deaths are Mexico City, the State of Mexico and Baja California, although it did not offer the exact data.
Regarding the occupation of general hospital beds, the state of Tabasco is at 80 percent, Nayarit at 74 percent and New Lion at 62 percent, while occupancy of ventilated beds is at 62 percent in Baja California, at 57 percent in Sonora and 54 percent in the State of Mexico.
So far in a pandemic, 152 thousand 309 patients have been recovered, representing 60 percent of confirmed cases.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital and EFE
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