COVID hospitalizations exceed the first peak of the pandemic by 7%

This December 30, Health authorities reported that there is a total hospitalization level of 49%, with 19,440 beds with patients with COVID-19, which represents 7% more than in the first peak of the pandemic.

In a press conference, it was announced that in general beds there is an occupancy level of 50% in general beds, as well as 43% in those that require a fan.

Read more: CDMX exceeds 21 thousand deaths from COVID; hospitals have only 24% availability

Mexico City continues as the entity with the highest intensity, as it reports a level of 88% in general beds and 83% in intensive care beds.

Also recorded 1,052 more deaths by COVID-19, for a total of 124 thousand 897 deaths from the disease.

In addition, 12 thousand 406 more cases were confirmed, so there is one million 413 thousand 935 people who have fallen ill from the virus, since the beginning of the epidemic.

Graphics

Cases and deaths

of COVID-19 in Mexico

Information updated at with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data as of February 27, 2020, when the first case in the country was confirmed.

Note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that moment and added 2,789 more deaths to the registry, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case / death.

SOURCE: Health Secretary

New cases

of COVID-19 in Mexico

Information updated at with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data as of February 27, 2020, when the first case in the country was confirmed.

Note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that moment and added 2,789 more deaths to the registry, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case / death.

SOURCE: Health Secretary

Confirmed deaths

by COVID-19 in Mexico

Information updated at with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

*They do not correspond to the day they occurred, but to the day they were added to the total death record.

Data as of February 27, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 in the country was confirmed.

Note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that moment and added 2,789 more deaths to the registry, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case / death.

SOURCE: Health Secretary

List of cases

of COVID-19 in Mexico

Information updated at with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data as of February 27, 2020, when the first case in the country was confirmed.

Note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that moment and added 2,789 more deaths to the registry, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case / death.

SOURCE: Health Secretary

Daily percentage increase

of Confirmed cases

Information updated at with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Increase of

compared to the previous day

This graph shows the acceleration of the epidemiological curve from March 1.

The first confirmed case in the country was February 27, 2020.

Note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that moment and added 2,789 more deaths to the registry, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case / death.

SOURCE: Health Secretary

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