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  • September 5, 2020. Mexico reports 629409 cases and 67326 deaths.

    The government reported 629409 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 6319 or 1.01%. Of these, 29493 are active cases, an increase of 1239 since yesterday. As well, there are 86616 suspected cases, an increase of 824. 438754 people have recovered.

    The incidence for accumulated cases is 492.53 per 100,000 inhabitants.
    Deaths increased by 475 or 0.71% to 67326. There are 2211 suspected deaths.
    Mexico has done 1425207 tests, 15823 additional tests reported since yesterday.


    Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 33% are occupied leaving 67% available. In Mexico City, 46% of those beds are occupied. In Nuevo León 60% are occupied, in Nayarit 57%, in Colima 52% and in Hidalgo 50%.

    Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 29% are occupied. In Mexico City 42% are occupied. No states have occupancy above 50%.
    https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
    https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

    https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attac...2020.09.05.pdf

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    • September 6, 2020. Mexico reports 634023 cases and 4614 deaths.

      The government reported 634023 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 4614 or 0.73%. Of these, 29776 are active cases, an increase of 283 since yesterday. As well, there are 82215 suspected cases, a decrease of 4401. 442268 people have recovered.

      The incidence for accumulated cases is 496.14 per 100,000 inhabitants.
      Deaths increased by 232 or 0.34% to 67558. There are 2163 suspected deaths.
      Mexico has done 1431633 tests, 6426 additional tests reported since yesterday.


      Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 32% are occupied leaving 68% available. In Mexico City, 45% of those beds are occupied. In Nayarit 57% are occupied, in Nuevo León 56% and in Colima 52%.

      Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 28% are occupied. In Mexico City 43% are occupied. Colima has 50% occupancy of its ICU beds. All other states have below 50% occupancy.
      https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
      https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

      https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attac...2020.09.06.pdf


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      • September 7, 2020. Mexico reports 637509 cases and 67781 deaths.

        The government reported 637509 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 3486 or 0.55%. Of these, 27852 are active cases, a decrease of 1924 since yesterday. As well, there are 78213 suspected cases, a decrease of 4002. 446715 people have recovered.

        The incidence for accumulated cases is 498.86 per 100,000 inhabitants.
        Deaths increased by 223 or 0.33% to 67781. There are 78213 suspected deaths.
        Mexico has done 1435703 tests, 4070 additional tests reported since yesterday.


        Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 33% are occupied leaving 67% available. In Mexico City, 44% of those beds are occupied. In Colima 61% are occupied, in Nuevo León 58% are occupied and in Nayarit 57%. All other states have a lower occupancy that that of Mexico City.

        Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 28% are occupied. In Mexico City 45% are occupied. All other states have a lower ICU occupancy than Mexico City.
        https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
        https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

        https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/576553/Comunicado_Tecnico_Diario_COVID-19_2020.09.07.pdf

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        • September 8, 2020. Mexico reports 642860 cases and 68484 deaths.

          The government reported 642860 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 5351 or 0.84%. Of these, 27775 are active cases, a decrease of 77 since yesterday. As well, there are 79720 suspected cases, an increase of 1507. The positivity rate is 41%, down from a high of 57%. 451159 people have recovered.

          The incidence for accumulated cases is 503.05 per 100,000 inhabitants.
          Deaths increased by 703 or 1.04% to 68484. There are 2216 suspected deaths.
          Mexico has done 1450397 tests, 14694 additional tests reported since yesterday.


          Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 33% are occupied leaving 67% available. In Mexico City, 48% of those beds are occupied. In Colima, Nayarit and Nuevo León, 58% are occupied. All other states have an occupancy below that of Mexico City.

          Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 28% are occupied. In Mexico City 44% are occupied. All other states have an occupancy below Nuevo León which has an occupancy rate of 46%.
          https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
          https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

          https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/576807/Comunicado_Tecnico_Diario_COVID-19_2020.09.08.pdf


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          • September 9, 2020. Mexico reports 647507 cases and 69095 deaths.

            The government reported 647507 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 4647 or 0.72%. Of these, 27666 are active cases, a decrease of 109 since yesterday. As well, there are 83537 suspected cases, an increase of 3817. The positivity rate is 41%, down from a high of 57%. 454982 people have recovered.

            The incidence for accumulated cases is 506.69 per 100,000 inhabitants.
            Deaths increased by 611 or 0.89% to 69095. There are 2188 suspected deaths.
            Mexico has done 1465693 tests, 15296 additional tests reported since yesterday.


            Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 33% are occupied leaving 67% available. In Mexico City, 47% of those beds are occupied. In Colima 59% are occupied, in Nayarit 58% and in Nuevo León 57%.

            Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 27%% are occupied. In Mexico City 41% are occupied. All other states have an occupancy below that of Nuevo León at 44%.
            https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
            https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

            https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/576999/Comunicado_Tecnico_Diario_COVID-19_2020.09.09.pdf

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            • September 10, 2020. Mexico reports 652364 cases and 69649 deaths.

              The government reported 652364 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 4857 or 0.75%. Of these, 27711 are active cases, an increase of 45 since yesterday. As well, there are 86270 suspected cases, an increase of 2733. The positivity rate is 41%, down from a high of 57%. 458850 people have recovered.

              The incidence for accumulated cases is 510.49 per 100,000 inhabitants.
              Deaths increased by 554 or 0.80% to 69649. There are 2189 suspected deaths.
              Mexico has done 1480902 tests, 15209 additional tests reported since yesterday.


              Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 33% are occupied leaving 67% available. In Mexico City, 46% of those beds are occupied. In Colima 58% are occupied, in Nuevo León 57%, and in Nayarit 51%.

              Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 27% are occupied. In Mexico City 42% are occupied. All other states have ICU occupancy below that of Aguascalientes at 46%.
              https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
              https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

              https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/577320/Comunicado_Tecnico_Diario_COVID-19_2020.09.10.pdf

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              • September 11, 2020. Mexico reports 658299 cases and 70183 deaths.

                The government reported xx cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 5935 or 0.91%. Of these, 27621 are active cases, a decrease of 90 since yesterday. As well, there are 87210 suspected cases, an increase of 940. The positivity rate is 41%, down from a high of 57%. 463764 people have recovered.

                The incidence for accumulated cases is 515.13 per 100,000 inhabitants.
                Deaths increased by 534 or 0.77% to 70183. There are 2178 suspected deaths.
                Mexico has done 1496322 tests, 15420 additional tests reported since yesterday.


                Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 32% are occupied leaving 68% available. In Mexico City, 47% of those beds are occupied. In Colima 57% are available and in Nuevo León 55%. All other states have an occupancy lower than that of Nayarit at 49%.

                Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 27% are occupied. In Mexico City 42% are occupied. All states have an ICU occupancy below that of Aguascalientes at 47%.
                https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
                https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

                https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attac...2020.09.11.pdf

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                • September 12, 2020. Mexico reports 663973 cases and 70604 deaths.

                  The government reported 663973 cases as of 9:00 a.m. today, an increase in cases of 5674 or 0.86%. Of these, 28696 are active cases, an increase of 1075 since yesterday. As well, there are 87150 suspected cases, a decrease of 60. The positivity rate is 42%. 467525 people have recovered.

                  The incidence for accumulated cases is 519.57 per 100,000 inhabitants.
                  Deaths increased by 421 or 0.60% to 70604. There are 2157 suspected deaths.
                  Mexico has done 1510311 tests, 13989 additional tests reported since yesterday.


                  Of the hospital beds designated for COVID-19, on a national level 31% are occupied leaving 69% available. In Mexico City, 46% of those beds are occupied. In Colima 56% are occupied and in Nuevo León 55%. All other states have an occupancy below that of Nayarit at 49%.

                  Of the hospital beds with ventilators, the ICU beds, on a national level 27% are occupied. In Mexico City 42% are occupied. All other states have an occupancy below that of Aguascalientes at 45%.

                  At tonight’s press conference, Dr. José Alomía, Director General of Epidemiology with the Health Secretariat, presented the epidemiological curves of 17 states showing a clear decline up until the end of epidemiological week 35. They are: Campeche, Chiapas, Coahuila, Estado de México, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, and Zacatecas.
                  https://coronavirus.gob.mx/datos/
                  https://covid19.sinave.gob.mx/

                  https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attac...2020.09.12.pdf

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