CDMX, Cancun, Tabasco, Sinaloa and Baja California, the most affected by COVID-19
The efforts of the health sector will be redoubled to combat "the most critical moment" of the pandemic
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that Mexico City and Cancún, as well as the states of Tabasco, Sinaloa and Baja California, are the most affected by COVID-19 as there are high levels of infection and are at the most critical moment, reason why the efforts of the sanitary sector will be redoubled.
"Be vigilant to go where they will be attended immediately"
In the case of Mexico City, López Obrador indicated that the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases (INER) reached the limit of attention to coronavirus cases , so he asked Mexicans to seek care in other hospitals adapted to address the pandemic .
"You can no longer receive more patients because it is already full, however, there are other first-rate hospitals of Social Security, of very good doctors, specialists, with all the equipment, which are not full, and which have beds available "he commented at a press conference.
In this context, the federal president called on the population to continue observing the recommendations of the health sector so that the rate of infection can soon be controlled.
Likewise, he asked to be confident that the Government has the capacity to receive patients, but he urged to seek medical attention only if they have the symptoms of coronavirus and if they are a population at risk, with diabetes and hypertension, seek medical assistance if they are suspected. of being infected.
"Be vigilant to go where they will be treated immediately, but do not think that why go to a hospital if there are no beds and wait for it to be vacated, that is not convenient, we need them to go soon and be taken care of", López Obrador said.
He also indicated that the campaign for the rightful and non-rightful population to locate private hospitals that will attend free of charge to any other health emergency they may have will be reinforced .
Google translation from Informador.