Confirm one hundred infections and four more deaths from COVID-19 in Jalisco
In the last update, the State reports 143 deaths and a cumulative of one thousand 760 confirmed infections.
Jalisco closed the National Sana Distancia Day with the confirmation of four more deaths from COVID-19 and one hundred new cases registered on the national platform. With this update, the State reports 143 deaths and a cumulative of one thousand 760 confirmed infections.
In the technical statement of the federal agency highlights the increase in active cases in the entity, that is, those who have manifested symptoms in the last 14 days, this Sunday 625 active infections are reported, there are 36 more than yesterday. Jalisco is the seventh national place for active cases, but it remains in 26th place in incidence rate for every hundred thousand inhabitants.
According to the national platform, Guadalajara is the municipality with the most cases by accumulating 527, Puerto Vallarta 244, Zapopan 242, Tonalá 131, Tlaquepaque 114, Tlajomulco 93, El Salto 62, Ocotlán 27, San Juan de los Lagos 45, Tepatitlán 21, Poncitlán and Zapotlán el Grande 20, each, and Colotlán 13.
Hospital occupancy at the state level is maintained in 15% of general hospital beds and 13% in ventilated beds.
The undersecretary of health Hugo Lopez Gatell insisted that, although the National Day of Sana Distancia closed, preventive measures and the reduction of mobility in public spaces should be maintained since the epidemic has not ended. He stressed that the danger persists and that almost the entire country is at a red light, he said that from June 1 state authorities take control of the provisions that help reduce infections.
Phase zero expansion published in Jalisco
The agreement announced by the governor to extend preventive measures such as using compulsory mouthguards in all public spaces and maintaining mandatory isolation for people over 60 years, in a group of people, was published in the Official State Newspaper risk or that they do not have an essential activity to do outside the home.
The document specifies that the reopening of economic activities will be in accordance with the provisions of the Jalisco Plan for Economic Reactivation. Phase 0 of the plan will run until June 14.
He underlines that the activities that are considered essential and in those that come into operation, the holding of events, meetings or congregations of more than 50 people, whether public, private or social, is prohibited.
For those who do not comply with the preventive measures, the application of the penalties established in the General and State Health Laws remains in force, ranging from a warning to administrative arrest for 36 hours.
The establishments and lines that carry out essential activities or are operating in accordance with the Jalisco Plan for Economic Reactivation that do not comply with the obligations and preventive measures will be closed.
The suspension of religious celebrations, patronal or civic festivals and the use of public spaces as sports units also continue to be in force .
Google translation from Informador.