Given the drop in the number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19, Mexico City changes the color of its health traffic light starting next Monday, a modification that has occurred for the first time since the terrible pandemic began in the country.
During a press conference, Eduardo Clark García, general director of Digital Government of the Digital Agency for Public Innovation (ADIP), confirmed that CDMX goes to a green epidemiological traffic light (low risk of contagion), starting the next week and then to stay a couple of weeks in yellow.
“This is the result of the indicators that have already been released in previous weeks,” said Clark García.
According to the statistics he presented, the number of hospitalizations marked a reduction of 144 people compared to the previous week since on Friday, May 28, there were 759 admitted to the CDMX clinics and today the figure is 655.
While in the Metropolitan area in the Valley of Mexico, 1,014 people were admitted last Friday and so far there are 835, which causes a drop of 179 hospitalized.
“We are talking about 7% in global occupancy and 9% in hospital beds,” he stressed.
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