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"We are doing well," says López-Gatell in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic.


The Undersecretary for Prevention and Health Promotion declares that "we are managing to reduce infections"

The undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell, affirmed that the registration of new cases of COVID -19 in the country has already been reduced , so "we are doing well" .

"We are doing well, we are managing to reduce infections , which we have called flattening the curve, that is, registering new cases of COVID-19 throughout the weeks and every day."

" We have a flatter curve, we have fewer cases every day and with this we are going to ensure that people who have severe illness from COVID-19 and require hospitalization find a place in the national health system," he said.

Through his official Twitter account @HLGatell, he noted that because good progress has been made in preventing the transmission of the virus, there are municipalities in the country that do not present any cases or have very few , for which he recalled that they will be able to return to its activities on May 18.

Instead, it indicated that the districts with the highest number of infections will return to their activities in an orderly manner until June 1. To consult the situation of each municipality, the undersecretary invited the population to consult the page https://datos.covid-19.conacyt.mx/fHDMap/muni.php

" Thank you very much, let's stay disciplined, we have several weeks left . If and only if we stay at home we will manage to keep this epidemic under control until we return to normal," he concluded.

Google translation from Informador.

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