MEXICO| López-Gatell warns about opening non-essential businesses in Guadalajara
With more than 47 thousand cases of COVID-19 in Mexico and a total of 5,045 accumulated deaths, the Undersecretary of Health recalls that the National Day of Healthy Distance has not ended
Mexico adds, at the cut of this May 16, a total of five thousand 045 deaths from COVID-19, with 47 thousand 144 cases of confirmed infections of coronavirus , according to authorities from the Ministry of Health. In the last 24 hours, there have been 2,112 new infections and 278 deaths.
Undersecretary Hugo López-Gatell said that, under no circumstances, should businesses be opened during the National Sana Distancia Day that will end on June 1. Regarding Guadalajara and Monterrey, he warned that the opening of bars and restaurants has begun to be registered. "They are the next two cities in which the epidemic could grow in great proportions . If non-essential economic activities are open today in those cities, in 15 days those cities will have a rebound of the epidemic in a way that is extremely difficult to control" .
López-Gatell also detailed that there are 29 thousand 409 suspected cases, although with 92 thousand 544 negative cases accumulated in the country. A total of 169 thousand 097 people have been studied.
Google translation from Informador.