Four pregnant women have died from coronavirus COVID-19 in Mexico, according to open data from the Ministry of Health.
A fifth death is yet to be confirmed, as the result of the COVID-19 test is still pending. This is a 29-year-old pregnant woman who died on April 12, the same day she was admitted to a clinic in Chihuahua.
So far, 520 pregnant women have been tested, of which 26 have tested positive. This total of positives includes the four who died.
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Among the women with COVID-19 is a 33-year-old Venezuelan who lives in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, but was treated in Mexico City and admitted to the clinic on April 8.
The first pregnant woman died on April 8, 2020 in an IMSS unit in Chihuahua. He was 26 years old and obese.
The second death was that of a 41-year-old woman with diabetes. The death occurred at an IMSS Medical Unit in Coahuila on April 9.
The woman was infected in the 35th week of her pregnancy, so she underwent an emergency C-section.
ImSS authorities then explained that the baby, at seven days of birth, had improved health and removed the mechanical ventilator to which it was connected from the time of delivery. He was not infected with COVID-19.
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On April 12, the third pregnant woman died in a health sector medical unit in Quintana Roo. He was 37 years old and was not recorded to have any chronic illness or illness. Her condition was complicated by pneumonia and she was intubated.
A 38-year-old pregnant woman with diabetes died on April 15 at a clinic in Mexico City that she had entered on April 7.
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Data from the Ministry of Health report that 11 people under the age of 30, due to coronavirus. The youngest was a 2-year-old girl who had Down syndrome and heart disease.
So far the authorities have confirmed that seven foreign people have been killed in Mexico by COVID-19, from these countries: the United States, Venezuela, Greece, Macau, Great Britain, Cuba and Peru.
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