Distrito Federal

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Mexico City - Is the Capital of Mexico - Area: (km2) 22.333 - Population: (2005) 14.161.000
Location 19.03' N 99.22' O
Mexico City (Ciudad de México) - Capital of Mexico Description - Mexico City is the densely populated, high-altitude capital of Mexico. It's known for its Templo Mayor (a 13th-century Aztec temple), the baroque Catedral Metropolitana de México of the Spanish conquistadors and the Palacio Nacional, which houses historic murals by Diego Rivera. All of these are situated in and around the Plaza de la Constitución, the massive main square also known as the Zócalo. ― Google
Elevation: 2,250 m
Area: 1,485 km²
Population: 8.855 million (2015) United Nations
Weather: 24°C, Wind N at 13 km/h, 20% Humidity
Mexico City travel guide 3-star hotel averaging CRC 26,842, 5-star averaging CRC 67,031
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Colleges and Universities: National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Neighborhoods: Historic center of Mexico City, Polanco, Santa Fe,
Points of interest : Bosque de Chapultepec, Frida Kahlo Museum, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Zócalo, Cancún
Mexico DF -
55 = Mexico DF - Area Code
Auxilio Ciudadano (EMERGENCIAS) Telephone: 060
Informacion de numeros telefonicos Telephone: 040
Policia Judicial Telephone: 061
POLICiA EN EL D.F. 060
CRUZ ROJA 065 www.cruzroja.org.mx 5395 1111
BOMBEROS 068
BOMBEROS (CENTRAL) 57 68 37 00
CRUZ ROJA (CENTRAL) 53 95 11 11
DELEGACIoN VENUSTIANO CARRANZA 57 68 79 22
Auxilio Turistico and Angeles Verdes (AUXILIO TURiSTICO EN CARRETERA) Telephone: 078
Telegrama Telefonico NACIONAL Telephone: 5696 6010 / 01 800 903 9200
Telegrama Telefonico INTERNACIONAL Telephone: 5696 630
Informacion con la Hora Exacta Telephone: 030
INFOTUR Telephone 3002 6300
INFOTUR (LADA SIN COSTO) Telephone: (01 800) 903 9200
LOCATEL Telephone: 5658 1111 Miguel A. de Quevedo 270, Col. Villa Coyoacan, C.P. 04000
TICKET MASTER Telephone: 5325 9000
TELSIDA Telephone: 5207 4077
ERUM ESCUADRoN DE RESCATE and URGENCIAS MEDICAS 55 88 74 18
PROTECCIoN CIVIL DEL D.F. 56 83 1154 56 83 11 42
POLICiA FEDERAL (QUEJAS and DENUNCIAS) 51 40 36 90
REPORTES DE FALLAS EN LOS ELEVADORES DE LA CaMARA DE DIPUTADOS 22 12 23 28
PROTECCIoN CIVIL DE LA CaMARA DE DIPUTADOS 20 60 20 11
RESGUARDO and SEGURIDAD DE LA CaMARA DE DIPUTADOS 18 61 20 25
VULCANOS DE LA CaMARA DE DIPUTADOS 20 29
POLICiA JUDICIAL DEL D. F. 56 85 06 36
SECRETARIA DE SEGURIDAD PUBLICA 52 42 51 00
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Covid in Distrito Federal

Coronavirus covid-19 in Mexico, Cases 5,160,767, Deaths 309,752, Rate (6%), Date 2022-02-08 04:21:15 - Distrito Federal, Cases 640,006, Deaths 11,230 (1.75%),

Symptoms


Symptoms of the coronavirus disease : fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing, headache, slight runny nose, shortness of breath. If you have these symptoms, seek medical care to check your condition. Circulatory system : decreased white blood cells. Kidneys : decreased function.
Coronavirus in Basic protective measures against the new coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
How to take care of your health and protect others ?
Wash your hands frequently and regularly with soap and water. Keep your hands clean with an alcohol-based hand rub. Washing your hands kills viruses that may be there.  -
Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth and face. Because hands touch many surfaces and can get contaminated with viruses and transfer it to your eyes, nose or mouth. And the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.
Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your bent elbow, when you cough or sneeze, and dispose of the used tissue immediately.
Safe greetings and handshaking.
Maintain social distancing at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone else who is coughing or sneezing. When people coughs or sneezes can spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus.
Good respiratory hygiene. Protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.
Stay home if you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention only if required, to protect you and help prevent spread of viruses and other infections.
Avoid contact with others and visits to medical facilities.
Stay aware of the latest information with official sources from the national and local public health authority.
Avoid to travel to prevent possible spread of COVID-19 and other viruses.
Avoid spitting in public places.
Protect yourself and others from getting sick
Practice food safety.
Stay healthy with good nutrition.
There are some vaccines and medicines recommended to prevent or treat the covid.
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How to protect yourself and others agaist Coronavirus ?
What is COVID ? Covid means Coronavirus Disease.
The first cases of this virus was detected win Wuhan, China, but in few months was found in most of the countries. Check the total of cases and deaths by country and state.
Medical supplies recommended to protect themselves and others. Used by health personal : Hand sanitizer, gloves, masks, gowns, goggles.
Map of Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic - Source : WHO. World Health Organization. Technical Guidance and Global research. Alert. See updated information by country.
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Mexico City 2022


A magnitude 7.6 earthquake in Mexico kills at least 1, triggers tsunami warning NPR
Powerful earthquake hits Mexico on fateful anniversary, killing at least 2 Reuters Canada
Earthquake Strikes Mexico City on Anniversary of 2 Deadly Quakes Newsweek
Magnitude 7.6 quake hits Mexico City, no immediate reports of casualties TRT World
Mexico City jolted by second quake Prensa Latina


Mexico City Wrestles with COVID-Fueled Influx of Remote American Workers Times of San Diego
Mexico City's bells ring for Independence Day, in a massive celebration NPR
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