Wednesday, November 25, 2020
n an effort to manage the unfold of COVID-19, the Mexican federal authorities applied a “visitors gentle” monitoring system in June 2020 to alert residents to the epidemiological dangers in every of the nation’s 32 states and supply steering on restrictions on sure actions. The bimonthly monitoring system is aligned with well being protocols to information Mexico’s states by the nation’s phased reopening plan. Under is a map for the interval of November 23, 2020, to December 6, 2020, indicating the COVID-19 threat degree in every of Mexico’s 32 states.
This chart presents the visitors gentle standing of every state, and, as relevant, variations between federal and native visitors gentle statuses based mostly on publications of the federal Ministry of Well being and standing studies offered by every state.
On this version we will observe 2 states—Chihuahua and Durango—are in pink standing, 14 states are in yellow standing, and 14 states are in orange standing. Solely Campeche and Chiapas are at the moment in inexperienced standing—the primary time two states have achieved inexperienced standing.
In current weeks, circumstances in varied states of the Republic have been rising significantly; consequently, the variety of states in pink visitors gentle standing is predicted to extend within the following weeks.
Mexico Metropolis and Nuevo León have each imposed occupancy charges on hospital beds, as follows:
Mexico Metropolis. Hospital occupancy is at the moment at 50 p.c and continues to extend.
Nuevo León. Occupancy of normal beds elevated from 49 p.c to 52 p.c, and the occupancy of intensive remedy beds for COVID-19 sufferers elevated from 55 p.c to 60 p.c in the course of the week of November 15 to November 21, 2020.
In different states, corresponding to Chihuahua and Jalisco, as a result of sanitary restrictions that the state governments have taken, the variety of COVID-19 circumstances and hospital occupancy has dropped significantly.
To be able to additional management the unfold of COVID-19, Chihuahua and Sonora have issued acts that regulate the obligatory use of face masks and set up sanctions for circumstances of noncompliance.
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