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Today I asked @Mostlylost to review and compare the Covid reports he had been getting from a Federal agency, which are woefully out of date.  I asked him to look at the more accurate and up to date Jalisco official site.  For example, today for Chapala the Federal site lists 22 cases.  However, the Radar Jalisco government site lists 33 cases (over 30 percent more).  

Rather than looking at the most up to date info, in a fit of pique, @Mostlylost deleted his old thread.  I regret he reacted that way and became upset, but the Federal site is horribly out of date and inaccurate as he would have realized had he had an open mind and looked at the Jalisco site.  

The Radar Jalisco site is the source used by the Chapala Gobierno, at least 2 local Mexican papers (La Pagina and Seminario Laguna) and the GDL Reporter.  

Today Hector Espana, the Chapala Expat Liaison explained the reason why Radar Jalisco is more up to date and accurate.

Chapala is now showing 33 covid cases. Why do my numbers vary from the Federal, for example. The federal system time wise falls behind the more local numbers. I speak to the Virologist assigned by the state to the Jocotepec Community hospital. He is the basis of the official report.

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A little amplification  - the article was not meant to downplay the need for masks in appropriate circumstances. The article was published on April 1, 2020. The authors followed up with an editor

Thank you for causing confusion. Do you expect me to read every local paper now ? ☹️ (you would do so much better on TOB).

What part of the local population taking precautions so they don't get infected by the weekenders, and the weekenders being counted in the Guadalajara stats if they are infected, eludes you?  Sin

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La Pagina newspaper does an excellent job reporting cases quickly and using the most up to date Jalisco site.  This is link for them.  They usually get the info late in the evening.   A google auto English translate follows.

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#ULTIMAHORA

🔴 | Reportan segundo fallecimiento por Covid-19 en Chapala

Por Redacción

El nuevo Coronavirus (Covid-19) ha cobrado la vida de otra persona en el municipio de #Chapala. Se trata de hombre de 87 años de edad, quien murió el pasado 29 de junio y apenas fue reportado por la Secretaría de Salud Jalisco (SSJ) este primero de julio. El paciente fue ingresado a un hospital privado el pasado 17 de junio, donde falleció. Con este ya son dos los fallecimientos que reporta el municipio de Chapala. El primer deceso ocurrió el pasado 6 de junio, siendo el de un hombre de 77 años de edad. A la fecha, Chapala suma 33 casos confirmados acumulados, de los cuales, 22 aparecen en la plataforma de la Dirección General de Epidemiología (DGE), de la Secretaría de Salud Federal (SSA), y 11 identificados por el sistema RADAR-Jalisco. De los 22 casos que aparecen en la plataforma de la DGE, 18 de ellos aparecen como recuperados y dos como activos, además de ocho sospechosos y 74 negativos a la enfermedad.

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#LAST MINUTE

🔴 | Report second death from Covid-19 in Chapala

The new Coronavirus (Covid-19) has claimed the life of another person in the municipality of #Chapala. This is an 87-year-old man who died on June 29 and was only reported by the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) on July 1. The patient was admitted to a private hospital on June 17, where he died. With this, there are already two deaths reported by the municipality of Chapala. The first death occurred on June 6, being that of a 77-year-old man. To date, Chapala has 33 accumulated confirmed cases, of which 22 appear on the platform of the General Directorate of Epidemiology (DGE), of the Federal Health Secretariat (SSA), and 11 identified by the RADAR-Jalisco system. Of the 22 cases that appear on the DGE platform, 18 of them appear as recovered and two as active, in addition to eight suspects and 74 negative for the disease.

 

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 Here are links to where you can find the most up to date info.  Any one of them, one click away. 

My attempt was to clear up confusion between the Federal out of date numbers and the Jalisco up to date numbers.  Please read Hector's explanation.  The Feds today reported 22 cases in Chapala, when the official Jalisco site reported 33 cases.  

https://www.facebook.com/paginaquesiselee/

https://www.facebook.com/LagunaSemanario/

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Chapala-EXPAT-Liaison-114208060239293/posts/?ref=page_internal

 

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5 minutes ago, sm1mex said:

Does Chapala stats include Ajijic?  Never have seen cases in Ajijic listed. 

None of the official sites give data down to the village level.  

There is a self-reporting site for Covid.  This site, https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChapalaHealthTalk/ does report the info from the self-reporting site.  She acknowledges there is no way to verify the accuracy of self-reports, but it is there to view.  

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BG has it right.  I’m not on FB personally but can still follow Hector and the Chapala “mayor’s” data which is official because it is from the Jalisco health service, the federal was always a few days behind.  33 was the number of cases today.

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From La Pagina FB page, posted by them late last evening, 

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🔴  #Chapala did not register cases of # COVID19 this Thursday, so it remains 33.

#Jocotepec adds another case and reaches 43.

Also # IxtlahuacánDeLosMembrillos added another case and now it has 32.
 

 
 

ULTIMAHORA

🔴 | #Chapala no registró casos de #COVID19 este jueves, por lo que se mantiene 33. #Jocotepec suma otro caso y llega a 43. También #IxtlahuacánDeLosMembrillos adición otro caso y ahora tiene 32.

 

 

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From yesterday at Hector's site regarding this weekend.  

 
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This weekend there will be no checkpoints on the highway. Personnel will be assigned at either end of the Chapala malecon.

The Delegado Juan Ramon has been asked to request the same for Ajijic.

 

 

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15 hours ago, sm1mex said:

Does Chapala stats include Ajijic?  Never have seen cases in Ajijic listed. 

It is the municipality of Chapala and yes it does include Ajijic.   There are cases in Ajijic.

I always look at Semanario Laguna for the update on the cases

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I Think the Chapala Mayor and  Town officials have done a first class job for the last few months (even though the amount of virus infections were low in Jalisco) so why relax now when the infection rate is just booming in Mexico and to be clear is extremely high in Guadalajara. I just do not understand the strategy of relaxing the efforts now.

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I am not sure why the road blocks were stopped, solely for economic reasons, or due to adverse court rulings about free access in-country.  I think a few weeks ago the road blocks went from "prove where you live" to simple health checks (temperature).  

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Bottom line:  CV is on  the rise in this area, as most of Mexico and over half of up north and much or the world.  People are slacking off with the precautions when they see things start opening up.  Some hospitals are now where Italy and NYC were 3 months ago!  People could have learned from those other mistakes!

Conspiracy theories confuse many folks, some of whom now won't cooperate with contact tracers because they think they are some kind of government plot to follow them or some weird thing.  We need to keep wearing the masks and staying home as much as possible until this is really  really over, not in someone's fantasy version of it.

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Per La Pagina, stats as of July 3rd

#ULTIMAHORA

🔴 | Este viernes 3 de julio, ni #Chapala ni #Jocotepec registraron casos, por lo que se mantienen en 33 y 43 casos, respectivamente. #IxtlahuacánDeLosMembrillos registra dos casos y llega a 34.


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🔴 | This Friday, July 3, neither #Chapala nor #Jocotepec registered cases, so they remain in 33 and 43 cases, respectively. Ixtlahuacán De Membrillos registers two cases and reaches 34.

 

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From La Pagina Newspaper, English from google translate, 

PÁGINA Que sí se lee 

#ULTIMAHORA

🔴  A #Chapala se le restó un caso duplicado y acumula 32 casos del nuevo Coronavirus (Covid-19). #Jocotepec no sumó casos nuevos esté sábado 4 de julio y se mantiene en 43. #IxtlahuacánDeLosMembrillos sigue en 34 casos acumulados.

🔴  A duplicate case was subtracted from #Chapala and it accumulates 32 cases of the new Coronavirus (Covid-19). #Jocotepec did not add new cases this Saturday, July 4 and remains at 43. #Ixtlahuacán De Membrillos continues in 34 accumulated cases.

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While our numbers remain relatively low and stable, the rest of Mexico is not faring as well.  

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/mexico-s-covid-deaths-pass-30-000-world-s-fifth-highest-total-1.5011240

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MEXICO CITY -- Mexico topped 30,000 COVID-19 deaths Saturday, overtaking France as the country with the fifth-highest death toll since the coronavirus outbreak began.

Officials reported 523 more confirmed coronavirus deaths for the day, bringing the nation's total to 30,366 for the pandemic. Mexico's total confirmed infections rose by almost 6,000 to 251,165, about on par with Spain, the eighth highest caseload.

Also Saturday, about 200 street vendors briefly blocked several major avenues in downtown Mexico City on Saturday to demand they be allowed to sell again amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The sidewalks of the colonial-era downtown are usually crowded with vendors who lay out their wares on wire racks or blankets. But since March, the city has banned such informal commerce and closed most established businesses in the district to stem the spread of the new coronavirus.

Protesting vendors carried signs and chanted slogans claiming they could no longer bear the lockdown. Most have no unemployment insurance, and after three months of not selling many are growing desperate.

Officials had allowed a partial reopening of downtown this week although virus cases continue to climb, but they reversed course Friday after a lack of sanitary measures were reported at some stores. While most customers and employees wore some form of face mask, many stores didn't reduce the number of clients allowed in or provide the required foot-wiping pads or sanitizer gel.

 

 

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Cases as of July 5 reported in La Pagina newspaper from Radar Jalisco.  Deaths remain at 2 each in Chapala and Ixtlahuacan; 4 in Jocotepec.  

PÁGINA Que sí se lee

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🔴  Ni #Chapala ni #Jocotepec registraron casos nuevos este domingo 5 de julio, por lo que siguen con 32 y 43 casos confirmados acumulados de Covid-19, respectivamente. #Ixtlahuacán De Los Membrillos pasa de 34 a 35 casos.

#ULTIMAHORA

🔴 Neither #Chapala nor #Jocotepec registered new cases this Sunday, July 5, so they continue with 32 and 43 confirmed cases of Covid-19, respectively. #Ixtlahuacán De Los Membrillos goes from 34 to 35 cases

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23 hours ago, Bisbee Gal said:

While our numbers remain relatively low and stable, the rest of Mexico is not faring as well.  

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/mexico-s-covid-deaths-pass-30-000-world-s-fifth-highest-total-1.5011240

There is very, very little testing  being done here or elsewhere in Mexico so please do not accept that the numbers you see represent  a true  picture of infected individuals. 

Practice  risk assessment as you plan any outings. Ask yourself if going to a store where it is well documented that masks are  being removed by patrons once they enter the store and masks are being improperly worn by staff is worth the risk, or if there is an alternative?  Is dining out, a situation where masks are impractical, so enjoyable that you might end up on a ventilator, or could you have the same meal delivered to enjoy without the worry?

This is the new normal, so numbers mean little and staying well should be our longtime goal. For those who need to hear this, sunshine, fresh air, and exercise can be had without ever encountering another person, quite often without leaving home. 😉

 

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Report from Radar Jalisco as reported by La Pagina.  Here is link to full report; if you've never read it you may want to see the rest of the daily data that is provided by the State of Jalisco.  

 https://coronavirus.jalisco.gob.mx/corte-del-dia/

Deaths remain at 2 each in Chapala and Ixtlahuacan; 4 in Jocotepec.

PÁGINA Que sí se lee

🔴  #Chapala registró otro caso este lunes 6 de julio y llega a 33. #Jocotepec no sumó casos este día. #Ocotlán pasa de 125 a 129 casos. #Ixtlahuacán De Los Membrillos registra dos casos y acumula 37.

🔴  #Chapala registered another case this Monday July 6th and reaches 33. #Jocotepec didn't add cases on this day. #Ocotlan goes from 125 to 129 cases. #Ixtlahuacán De Los Membrillos records two cases and accumulates 37.

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Lengthy post this morning at   https://www.facebook.com/pg/LagunaSemanario/posts/?ref=page_internal

Here are some of the highlights, 

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Four months from the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic in Jalisco, 19 of the 125 municipalities in which the state is divided, are without a single confirmed case of this disease, which extends in 106 municipal territories. However, only 69 municipalities report active cases on this day.

Active cases refer to those who started with symptoms in the last fourteen days and therefore represent a high risk of transmission of contacts, so monitoring is important. These are people who have manifested symptoms or are asymptomatic, they must be kept in home isolation.

The identification of positive cases and active cases throughout the entity is possible thanks to the RADAR Jalisco System, which continues to search for people suspected of having acquired coronavirus infection (SARS-CoV-2). Once identified , they are given attention and asked for isolation, while continuing the search for their contacts, to determine if it is also required to apply confirmatory test.

The pandemic follows the upward trend. The Ministry of Health Jalisco (SSJ) notified 664 new cases of COVID-19, thus accumulating 15,996 confirmed cases since last March where the first case was notified in the entity.

Of this total, to date there are 1,710 active cases (positive people who started with symptoms in the last fourteen days), which are distributed in 69 municipalities.

The SSJ also notified the federal platform 19 more deaths due to COVID-19 (deaths between July 02 and 05 of this year), adding up to 867 deaths confirmed by SARS-CoV-2. infection

Of the deaths in the state, 843 are residents of 54 municipalities of Jalisco; and 24 residents of other entities in the country who died here.

Municipalities

To date cases have been confirmed in 106 of the 125 municipalities of Jalisco; of which in 69 there are active cases, that is, people who started with symptoms in the last fourteen days.

In the RADAR Jalisco System, the ten municipalities with the most confirmed infections are: Guadalajara with 5,834 confirmed cases (36.47 percent); followed by Zapopan with 3,039 cases (19.00 percent), Tlaquepaque is in third place with 1,432 confirmed infections (8.95 percent); Puerto Vallarta ranks fourth with 1,026 cases (6.41 percent); followed by Tlajomulco de Zúñiga with 1,018 cases (6.36 percent) ), Tonalá with 916 cases (5.73 percent), El Salto with 416 cases (2.60 percent), Zapotlán the Great with 190 cases (1.19 percent), San Juan de Lagos with 150 cases (0.94 percent) and Ocotlan with 129 cases (0.81 percent). Check the full list of municipalities with positive SARS-CoV-2 people in Annexa table.

Confirmed cases are almost the same between men (52 percent) and women (48 percent). The most affected age groups are the 35 to 39 years with 12.5 percent, the 30 to 34 years with 12.1 percent, the 65 year old and more with 11.5 percent and 25 years old with 10.9 percent. For children and adolescents, there are 309 confirmed cases in children from zero to 15 years (2.0 percent)

Of the 15,996 confirmed cases, 85 percent have been handled outpatient (isolation at home) for having mild to moderate symptoms or being asymptomatic and 2,418 people have required hospitalization by COVID-19 ( 15 percent), of which 892 have been discharged for improvement, 860 percent for death, three high for recovery, five voluntary income, nine transfers to other states and 649 are internally in hospitals public and private.

Of patients hospitalized, today at noon were reported in stable condition (80), severe (477) and very serious (92).

HEALTH STAFF

So far there have been 457 positive cases of SARS-CoV-2 among health personnel (thirteen new cases today), whose contagion is associated with care provided in medical units. Of these, 124 correspond to the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, 274 to the municipality of Guadalajara, 274 to the municipality of Ocotlán, 19 to the municipality of Tepatitlán, two to the municipality of Colotlán; four to the municipality of Zapopan, thirteen to the municipality of Ocotlán from Ciudad Guzman, six to Tala municipality and five to the municipality of San Juan de los Lagos.

In all cases risk contacts are identified and kept under home isolation.

Do you need to leave home? Masks must be used at all times in public space and perfectly cover the tip of the nose and chin.

At the coronavirus site. jalisco. gob. mx you will find many more data about the COVID-19 landscape in the Jaliscian entity and recommendations to take care of the health of all and all.

To report suspicious cases contact Call Center at your disposal. Appointment will be given for a safe and free trial at one of the sample centers if necessary.

Jalisco Health Secretary Call Center: 33 3823 3220

Call Center of the University of Guadalajara: 33 3540 3001

 

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When was it expected that the peak would be reached? September or October?

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Cases as of July 7th from Jalisco Dept. of Health, as reported in Seminario Laguna. 

https://www.facebook.com/pg/LagunaSemanario/posts/?ref=page_internal

Semanario Laguna

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🌐  #Chapala tiene dos nuevos casos de #COVID_19 llegando a 35; #Jocotepec se mantiene en 43; #Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos suma uno para llegar a 38.

🌐 #Chapala has two new cases of #COVID COVID 19 reaching 35; #Jocotepec remains in 43; #Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos adds one to reach 38.

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On 7/2/2020 at 3:03 PM, Bisbee Gal said:

Today I asked @Mostlylost to review and compare the Covid reports he had been getting from a Federal agency, which are woefully out of date.  I asked him to look at the more accurate and up to date Jalisco official site.  For example, today for Chapala the Federal site lists 22 cases.  However, the Radar Jalisco government site lists 33 cases (over 30 percent more).  

Rather than looking at the most up to date info, in a fit of pique, @Mostlylost deleted his old thread.  I regret he reacted that way and became upset, but the Federal site is horribly out of date and inaccurate as he would have realized had he had an open mind and looked at the Jalisco site.  

The Radar Jalisco site is the source used by the Chapala Gobierno, at least 2 local Mexican papers (La Pagina and Seminario Laguna) and the GDL Reporter.  

Today Hector Espana, the Chapala Expat Liaison explained the reason why Radar Jalisco is more up to date and accurate.

Chapala is now showing 33 covid cases. Why do my numbers vary from the Federal, for example. The federal system time wise falls behind the more local numbers. I speak to the Virologist assigned by the state to the Jocotepec Community hospital. He is the basis of the official report.

I just wish the Jalisco report went into some more detail, even if it only showed, in addition to total cases, the number of active ones, like the Federal report shows.

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It shows actives and deaths and hospitalizations (by hospital) but only at the state level.  It's a multi-page daily report.  But yes, wish they had more details at locality level.  Here is link to daily reports, if you're interested, 

https://coronavirus.jalisco.gob.mx/corte-del-dia/

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