In the hospitals of the Mexico City there is a capacity of 414 Beds free to care for patients with COVID-19, according to the data reported by the Government of Mexico City.
According to the open data portal of the country’s capital, of the 4 thousand 550 beds available to care for people affected by coronavirus, there is an occupancy of 90.7 percent and only 9.3 percent of them are free, according to the analysis of the information presented on December 24, with data with a cut-off date of Thursday 23 of the same month.
– Claudia Sheinbaum (@Claudiashein) December 26, 2020
The portal report adds that of the 94 hospitals that attend the pandemic for COVID-19, located both in the Mexico City and the Metropolitan Area, 48 of them are occupied in a critical situation, in 38 of them there are still beds available while in 6 hospitals there is no information.
Regarding beds with mechanical ventilators, out of 1,620 of them, 205 are available, which represents 12.5 percent.
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 patients
Until December 24 of this year, the capital government reports an accumulated 307 thousand 235 cases of confirmed COVID-19, while adding a total of 62 thousand 433 suspected cases and 564 thousand 664 negative cases.
While from the period of December 14 to 21, the Digital Agency for Public Innovation reported a reduction in the mobility of people of 1.58 percent throughout the city.
Colonies with greater mobility
Some of the neighborhoods with the greatest increase in mobility were Loma de la Palma, in the Gustavo A. Madero mayor’s office, Morelos II in Venustiano Carranza, as well as Centro II in the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office. While the neighborhoods with the greatest decrease in mobility are Centro VI, of the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office, Corredor Santa Fe in Cuajimalpa and Jardines del Pedregal, in Coyoacán.
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With information from Reform.
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