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In the last weeks of March, work began to implement different mechanisms of care through digital means in the secretariat, thereby developing spaces to move current efforts towards a new normality.

Through this, we seek a clear and open response to everything necessary to be able to support people who previously obtained physical services at the facilities. With this, we began various actions for the different sectors in different formats to face the new challenges it represents, to...

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Publication of open data of the cases associated with COVID-19. Information from the Viral Respiratory Diseases Epidemiological Surveillance System, which is reported by the 475 viral respiratory disease monitoring units (USMER) throughout the country in the entire health sector (IMSS, ISSSTE, SEDENA, SEMAR, ETC). Preliminary data subject to validation by the Ministry of Health through the General Directorate of Epidemiology. The information corresponds only to the data obtained from the e...

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The State of Hidalgo copes with COVID-19 through science.
Working in collaboration with the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and the Swiss Synchrotron (SLS) for the development of joint research and academic exchange. The Government of the State of Hidalgo in collaboration with the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) convened the scientific community in Mexico to participate in the first call for priority access to synchrotron light to combat COVID-19, with proposals aimed at generating a gre...

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Joint effort between the state government and sectors of society in several areas.

Collaboration includes the following:
Research with UANL for the strerilization and reutilization of medical-grade sanitary masks, research with Tec Salud for the tratment of hospitalized patients with blood plasma transfusions from recovered patients, coordination with Ternium for the adaptation of sport areas into Hospital Ternium, coordination with supermarkets for food support, collaboration...

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Hospital restructuring plan of the Secretaría de Salud of Nuevo Leon to increase the care capacity of patients with COVID-19, which includes the equipment of Hospital Metropolitano, Hospital Tierra y Libertad, Hospital de Juárez, Hospital de Montemorelos, Hospital de Sabinas, the creation of a mobile hospital and the adequation of Universidad de Ciencias de la Seguridad as a designated space for the isolation of confirmed patients.

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Government of Nuevo León developed several technological tools, such as an app within which users can access a daily update on the positive COVID-19 cases that have been identified in the state, as well as the press releases that the state government has issued in relation to COVID-19 and the responses to the pandemic, the Health department also developed a specialized website for the State's Department of Health which contains an integrated chat box and a questionnaire through which users...

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En el estado de Chihuahua, México se han realizado esfuerzos encaminados a proteger la salud de manera prioritaria pero como parte de un programa integral denominado Plan Emergente de Apoyo y Protección a la Salud, Empleo e Ingreso Familiar Chihuahua.
Abarcando los siguentes temas.
1. Fortalecimiento del Sector Salud.
2. Plan Alimentario.
3. Plan Emergente de Ocupación Temporal.
4. Apoyos a MiPyMEs.
5. Estímulos Fiscales y Descuentos en Trámites.
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An automatic screening tool for people who suspect they might be infected with coronavirus is available for the residents and visitors of Mexico City through several channels: via SMS (free of charge), Facebook Messenger, doing an online test or calling the non-emergency number (Locatel). The aim is to monitor potential patients and provide follow-up to the cases of people whose symptoms worsen, in order to give them better attention and work to contain the spread of the pandemic in Mexico...

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