As of August 3, 16 states will be in orange, according to the epidemiological traffic light, while the other 16 remain in red.
Nayarit, Nuevo Leon and Tabasco lead hospital occupation
Of the 30 thousand 712 beds existing throughout the national territory for general hospitalization, 13 thousand 860 are occupied. Nayarit is the state with the highest hospital occupation, followed by Nuevo Leon, Tabasco, Colima and Coahuila.
On the other hand, 3,994 beds with fans are in use of the 10,388 total. Tabasco is the first place in hospital occupation of beds for critically ill patients, followed by Nuevo Leon, Colima, Veracruz and Zacatecas.
Contagions and deaths from covid-19 fall in Chiapas
In Chiapas, 912 people have died from coronaviruses, in addition to there are 175 estimated active cases. Alomia stressed that there is a “constant decline” of the epidemic in the state.
The municipalities with the highest transmission of the virus are Tuxtla Gutierrez and Tapachula, although “they start a decrease until the last week of measurement with different magnitudes”, which is why they contributed to the downward trend of the local epidemic.
Acapulco, Chilpancingo and Zihuatanejo, Guerrero municipalities with the highest transmission of covid-19
In the case of Guerrero, where 1,382 deaths from coronavirus and 1,353 estimated active cases are recorded, the epidemic showed a new increase in infections during the last week of measurement.
Acapulco and Chilpancingo are the two municipalities that have contributed the most to the increase in the transmission of the SARS-Cov-2 virus; The latter is the one with the “highest intensity based on its incidence rate per 100,000 inhabitants” and rebounded in the last two weeks, along with Zihuatanejo.
Oaxaca records 943 deaths from coronavirus
There have been 943 deaths from covid-19, as well as 967 estimated active infections, in the state of Oaxaca.
The municipalities of Oaxaca, Huajuapan and Tuxtepec are the ones with the highest transmission of the disease locally. The Epidemiology head appealed to the municipality of Huajuapan “because they are still at risk of continuing this transmission.”
Coronavirus survivors should not be discriminated: Ssa
Those people who have passed the covid-19 should not be a reason for discrimination, said Lorena Rodriguez Bores, technical secretary of the National Council for Mental Health (Consame).
“It is important to prevent stigma in any of these settings, be it in schools, in workplaces, or in social centers,” he said.
Mental disorders can develop after pandemic and during new normal
As an effect of what was experienced during the coronavirus contingency, as well as during the new normal, mental disorders such as post-traumatic stress can develop, as well as complications from previous disorders, Rodriguez warned.
Among them, there may be mourning for people who have died from the covid-19, but also for personal and work projects, financial loss, among others.
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