the hospitals saturated by COVID to which Health asks no longer to go


The Undersecretary of Health, Hugo López Gatell, asked this Friday to patients with symptoms of COVID-19 and to no longer go to health institutes in southern Mexico City as these are full and there are no longer beds to attend to them.

The official reviewed the capital’s online government tool to review hospital availability.

López Gatell asked those who present symptoms of the virus to call the emergency numbers, Locatel 5658 1111 and 911, to receive guidance and to know which hospital they can go to according to the daily availability of beds.

Or check the portal

“We have the beds, but help us get to where the beds are,” said President Andrés Manuel López Obrador at the morning conference this Friday.

Read: COVID-19 epidemic will reach a peak on May 6, warns López Gatell

The president said that people who are not beneficiaries of the IMSS and ISSSTE can go to their hospitals and will be received. “That is very clear to hospital managers,” he added.

Until this Friday, May 1, the hospitals without bed availability in the CDMX are:

General Hospital Dr. Manuel Gea González

Salvador National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition

General Hospital of Mexico Dr. Eduardo Liceaga

General Hospital 02 (Cdmx Sur) Villa Coapa (COY.)

General Hospital Dr. Darío Fernández Fierro

HR Lic. Adolfo López Mateos

General Hospital José María Morelos y Pavón

Gral Ignacio Zaragoza Regional Hospital

Regional Hospital Primero de Octubre

HR Bicentennial of Independence

Tláhuac General Hospital

Specialty Hospital of Mexico City Dr. Belisario

General Hospital Dr. Enrique Cabrera

General Hospital Ecatepec “Las Américas”

Availability varies in real time, so health authorities ask to review the portal or call Locatel and 911.

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