At the epidemic alert semaphore that will govern the country from Monday to December 6, there are two states in red, 14 in orange, 14 in yellow and two in green. Chiapas, BCS, Sinaloa, Colima and Morelos will improve their current level of risk. The other 27 entities will remain in the same
A total of 23 million 228 thousand 216 Mexicans are one step away from returning to the red epidemiological traffic light by placing the Ministry of Health (Ssa) to six entities in a range close to the “maximum level of epidemic risk.”
The entities at risk of returning to the red light are Mexico City, Nuevo León, Coahuila, Querétaro, Zacatecas and Aguascalientes, which have more than 23 million inhabitants.
If we add the population of Chihuahua and Durango, which returned to the red, the total of Mexicans who would be in this range is 28.8 million.
They are the six entities that are closest to being in the red, unfortunately, and we call on the population to work together with their local authorities (…) to reduce the rate of growth (of infections) “, said Ricardo Cortés Alcalá , general director of Health Promotion.
Two entities, Chihuahua and Durango, remain on a red epidemiological traffic light; 14 are at an orange traffic light and of them six with the maximum risk of going up to red; 14 entities are in yellow, and two in green ”: Campeche and Chiapas.
The undersecretary of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, reproached the opportunism of profiting politically “with the tragedy” caused by the covid-19.
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