Chihuahua returns to a red light with fewer infections and deaths than Michoacán, which remains yellow

Other states, also with lower figures than Michoacán, will have changes in their level of risk due to the characteristics of regrowth.

Morelia, Michoacán. While the state of Chihuahua returns to a red light by its own decision with 15,521 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1,671 deaths, Michoacán will continue to have an orange traffic light, with 23,865 infections and 1,911 deaths, according to the forecasts of the Federal Ministry of Health.

There are six entities in the country that present characteristics of re-outbreak of the disease epidemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 and that will have modifications in the national epidemiological traffic light.

In Chihuahua, Governor Javier Corral Jurado, determined that the state will return to a red light, while Coahuila, Durango, Zacatecas and Nuevo León, mainly, will return to orange, with high risk; Aguascalientes and Querétaro will also have changes.

Michoacán, mainly Morelia, registers an increasing trend in terms of confirmed and deaths.

The capital of Michoacán, which is already the center of the epidemic in the state and where human mobility has been growing, accumulates 5,210 patients who have fallen ill and 385 loss of life until Thursday.

In the total sum, Michoacán has 8 thousand 344 confirmed cases and 240 more deaths than Chihuahua; It is also above Durango (11,919 / 730), Zacatecas (9,796 / 850) and Aguascalientes (8,746 / 769).

Although it is below Nuevo León, which reports 49,454 positives and 3,618 losses of life; Queretaro, with 46,025 and 1,911, and Coahuila, with 31,183 and 2,153, respectively.

Currently, only the state of Campeche has a green traffic light, with the lowest level of risk of spread of COVID-19.

Source: La Voz de Michoacan

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