“The party goes on and on.” The networks are filled with complaints about Christmas meetings in CdMx

More than 5 thousand 500 people are hospitalized in Mexico City, which experienced an atypical Christmas due to the closures caused by the increase in COVID-19 infections.

Mexico City, December 25 (However) .- During the night of 24 and tomorrow of December 25, social networks they were filled with reports about parties and meetings that were carried out in the Mexico City.

Social media users asked the authorities to go to houses and buildings in various capital city halls to stop the December festivities, which occur when the region suffers an increase in the number of COVID-19 infections.

“Party with mariachis in Del Valle, Benito Juárez Mayor’s Office.” “Another clandestine party here in Cuauhtémoc. Until when the hell? “I already informed 911 about a party in Azcapotzalco, but they didn’t see.” These are some of the messages.

“Party with more than 10 people who do not live here, in Calzada de Tlalpan.” “Where do we have to talk to get them to listen to us?” “It’s 9 in the morning and the party goes on and on.” And the list, just the same, goes on.

Complaints are addressed to the Secretariat of Citizen Security of the capital and other authorities of Mexico City.

The parties are held despite the fact that the authorities asked the capitalists not to hold meetings to stop the number of COVID-19 infections.

More than 5 thousand 500 people are hospitalized in Mexico City, which experienced an atypical Christmas due to the closures caused by the increase in COVID-19 infections.

According to the most recent data published by the capital’s government, the number of hospitalized, 5 thousand 503, is equivalent to 79 percent of the capacity that local hospitals have.

Since November there has been a sustained increase in the number of hospitalizations in Mexico City.

Just yesterday, December 24, the Government of Mexico City recommended that all citizens give away health for these December dates and not hold meetings.

Through a text message that reached millions of inhabitants of the capital, the authorities recalled that the city is in the red of the epidemiological traffic light and asked to stay at home and not have parties.

“Merry Christmas. The best we can give away is health. Let’s all take care of ourselves. At red light: Stay home. Do not make or attend parties ”, the message reads.

Last week, the federal, Mexico City and State of Mexico governments agreed to temporarily suspend economic activities until January 10, 2021 as an extraordinary measure to reduce COVID-19 infections.

The maximum alert for COVID-19 was reactivated in Mexico City, the capital that faces its worst moment of the pandemic and a Christmas crisis after it was decided that non-essential shops would close.

The red color of the epidemiological traffic light, the highest level of risk, came on as the city suffers from a hospital saturation in its general beds, more than at any other time during the health crisis derived from the coronavirus.

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