COVID in Jalisco: Hospitals have 36 out of every hundred beds occupied

With 578 hospitalized patients, Jalisco registers the highest levels of hospitalization for COVID-19 in the last three months and adds twelve consecutive days with an increase in the number of people requesting hospital care.

In the database of the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) it is detailed that there are 507 interned in public hospitals and 71 in private hospitals. The greatest demand is registered by the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) which has 336 patients, 83 in SJJ hospitals; in Civil Hospitals of Guadalajara 67 and 21 in facilities of the Institute of Security and Social Services for State Workers (ISSSTE).

Hospital occupancy currently reached 36.31% of the 1,396 general beds that could be enabled for the care of patients affected by the virus.

The maximum number of hospitalized by COVID was recorded on January 24 of last year, when 1,864 people hospitalized in health institutions were notified.

Dr. Mario Márquez Amezcua, head of the General Coordination of Epidemiology of Civil Hospitals, reported that on average 96 out of every hundred people who require care in a hospital were not vaccinated or did not have their complete picture, while 98 out of every 100 deaths due to COVID he had not received the biological.




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