We’re in “Emergency Alert for Covid-19”, in response to Sheinbaum

We are in "Emergency Alert for Covid-19", according to Sheinbaum

This Friday, the Prime Minister of Mexico City announced that the country’s capital is on high alert as the number of hospitalizations rose more slowly over the week.

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December 12, 2020 2 min read

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors can occur due to this process.

Claudia Sheinbaum reiterated that Mexico City is on high alert and distress due to Covid-19, with an increase in hospital stays and saturation of health units, a situation very similar to May.

“If there is no mutual support, we will hardly be able to reduce the chain of infection,” said the Prime Minister of Mexico City. “It is a call to the population on alert in an emergency,” he added.

Citizens of the capital have been urged to prevent further infection by avoiding parties and gatherings on these dates.

An attempt will be made to proceed with the recommendations to reduce the number of coronavirus infections in the CDMX. They should stay at home, use the mask correctly when going out and keep a healthy distance, do not hold inns or meetings, avoid crowds. Purchases should only be made by one person per family. If you feel positive about the new coronavirus, isolate yourself for 15 days and call 911 or Locatel for help.

The decline in mobility has been reported in some communities, a possible outcome of the call made last week to encourage home stays. He said, “We believe that the only way to do this is through education and shared responsibility.”