The Government of Jalisco reported that the measures implemented to contain COVID-19 infections in the third "emergency button" shutdown, that began last January 15, helped reduce infections, hospitalizations and deaths from the coronavirus.
"These measures allowed us to get out of this situation of maximum risk as quickly as possible. I want to show you the data of how we closed today in active cases, we managed to drop from levels of about 11,000 active cases to 6,578 today. The decline in active cases also has a direct impact on the number of people . . .