Mexico City.- Today the conference was given by the Ministry of Health a few days after the end of the National Day of Healthy Distance, in evaluation of the Mexican panorama before the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the talk, concern was raised about the increase in cases of the virus in an irrepressible way, giving a current peak of 65856 infected and 7179 deaths as a result of the infection.

Past conferences reported on the plans of the current administration to implement the New Normal in the country based on the mobility rates of the states and their persistence in the number of infected.

This enabled many businesses to open under certain security guidelines and limitations in order to reduce the risk of contagion, and gradually revitalize the economy.

Lópezs Gatell emphasized that this process would take place in an orderly and staggered manner, but if there were no promising results, the quarantine would be imposed again until the end of the Sana Distancia Workshop.

Just yesterday, Friday, May 22, the number of 6,989 deaths and 62,527 infected with Covid-19 were reported on day 61 of the virus pandemic.

With today’s accumulated increase, Mexico, exceeding 60 thousand cases of Coronavirus, would enter the third highest in Latin America behind Brazil and Peru in terms of infected.

The daily conference gave the new panorama that the country faces before the New Normality. .

With these numbers, the country is placed this Thursday in the group of the 10 nations with the most deaths due to coronavirus, according to the count by Johns Hopkins University.

Mining, construction and the auto industry, being declared essential, must begin their preparation for the first of June, the day when they will resume full activities.

The states with the lowest infection rates will be the first to revive their economy. .

The aforementioned sectors – and those that could be declared essential – should take advantage of the period to adapt the guidelines for health safety at work established by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Labor and the IMSS.

However, the Head of Government of the CDMX Claudia Sheinbaum warned that if a little less than encouraging picture persisted in the big city, mobility restrictions would last until September of this year, in addition to the current saturation of many health services.

Many hospitals in the country have seen their exercise prevented by the saturation of facilities. .

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