Of the 176 patients infected with COVID-19 in Jalisco, 70 were hospitalized. This represents a shocking 40% of the cases in the state are hospitalized, according to statistics from the Jalisco Ministry of Health.
On April 6, the Secretary of Jalisco's Ministry of Health, Fernando Petersen, reported that it was estimated that only 15% of infections would require hospitalization, so the figure is equivalent to 25% more than expected, according to data presented today.
Although the coronavirus cases will present themselves gradually, if this trend continues, the number of beds planned for hospitalization . . .