Friday, May 29, 2020

The number of deaths in Mexico from COVID-19 rises 51% in a week

So far, the confirmed cases are 42,595, according to said agency. The number of deaths from coronavirus in Mexico rose 51 percent in the past week, according to daily reports from the Ministry of Health. Last Thursday, May 7, the accumulated deaths of COVID-19 were two thousand 961.

This Thursday, that number rose to four thousand 477. To date, the confirmed cases are 42 thousand 595, of which 10 thousand 57 are active -that is, who presented symptoms of the virus in the last 14 days-, reported José Luis Alomía, General Director of Epidemiology. Meanwhile, the accumulated suspected cases of the COVID-19 disease increased to 26 thousand 746. Regarding the accumulated confirmed cases, Mexico City is the demarcation that registers more of these by coronavirus, with eleven thousand 664.

The State of Mexico It is in second place, with 7,255, and Baja California is positioned on the third rung, with 2,856. Only Durango, Zacatecas and Colima accumulate less than 250 confirmed cases of the virus. In turn, Mexico City, Baja California and the State of Mexico are, in that order, the states with the highest number of deaths reported by the pathogen. All the states of the country have availability in both general hospitalization and ventilator beds. The confirmed cases in the world are four million 248 thousand 389, according to the World Health Organization.

Source: El Financiero


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