COVID: Mexico exceeds 300 thousand deaths from coronavirus

Mexico this Friday surpassed the 300 thousand deaths confirmed by COVID-19 adding 168 in the last 24 hours and reaching 300,101 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, reported the Ministry of Health (SSa).

With these data, the country remains the fifth in the world with the most deaths from cornavirus, behind the United States, Brazil, India and Russia, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.

What’s more, the country added 28,023 new infections, which reached a total of 4 million 083 thousand 118 and it remains the sixteenth country in the world in number of confirmed infections.

The number of reported infections is the second highest number of confirmed cases in one day since August 18, 2021, when 28 thousand 953 new cases were registered.

The figure for this Friday it exceeded the maximum peaks of the first (9,866) and second waves (22,339).

From the number of cases, there are 128 thousand 929 active, who have presented symptoms during the last 14 days and account for 2.9% of the total. In addition, since the beginning of the pandemic Three million 330 thousand 210 people have been recovered.

The average occupancy of general beds stands at 19% and the use of intensive care beds at 12%.


The authorities also indicated that within the vaccination program 150.77 million doses have been applied, adding 669,025 during the last day.

Of its 126 million inhabitants, 82.22 million in the country have at least one dose of the vaccine. Meanwhile, 73.51 million have completed their vaccination schedule.



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