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CDMX hospitalization trend continues with decline

Mexico City continues to register a decline in regards to cases hospitalized for COVID-19during this week. according to government data…

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Mexico City continues to register a decline in regards to cases hospitalized for COVID-19during this week.

according to government data country’s capitalThe decline has been “slight” in recent weeks, but continues to decline, essential,

total cases of Kovid hospitalized Feather Mexico City 73 is done. Reported details that there 15 people need intubation You 58 are in normal beds,

The above matches those who have requested care in different City government and private hospitalsBecause he had some complication due to Kovid-19 virus.

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cdmx. Data for the last week of hospitalization for COVID-19 in

week ago, Mexico City Registration 95 cases of people hospitalized in various government and private hospitals in the capital of the country.

as previously noted historical factsAs it was the first time that the city had a record of less than 100 cases, since the beginning of coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.

of that number, 76 were in normal beds You 19 needs a mechanical ventilatordue to complications from the disease.

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I am currently studying Communication Sciences specializing in Media Journalism at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Graduated from the CCH campus Azcapotzalco, also from the highest house of studies. Experience in web writing and social photography. I worked for the weekly ‘EJ Central’ for over a year and a half. I work for the Debates section in the CDMX section, in addition to dealing with issues in the State of Mexico. I cooperate with the entertainment portal ‘Qomer las naves’. I am 23 years old.

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CDMX hospitalization trend continues with decline

2022-05-12 18:36:49