translated from Spanish: Health records 253 more deaths from COVID; 35 million vaccines

The Ministry of Health recorded 253 more deaths from COVID-19, for a total of 229,353 confirmed deaths from the disease.
They also recorded 3,855 recent cases, so there is a cumulative of at least 2 million 441,866 people who have become ill with the virus since the beginning of the epidemic.
However, it is estimated that only 21,269 (0.8%) are active cases of COVID, having symptoms in the last 14 days.

In a press conference, health authorities announced that the trend of suspected cases has increased just 0.3%, between the 20th and 21rd weeks of the year.
There are 35 million vaccines against COVID
So far, 35 million 166 thousand 248 vaccines against COVID have been applied cumulatively, which correspond to 24 million 570 thousand 319 people immunized.
This is equivalent to 27% of the adult population in Mexico; by June 8, 507,703 doses were applied.

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COVID-19 cases and deaths in Mexico

Updated information with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data from February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: on October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the record 2,789 more deaths, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

New CASES OF COVID-19 in Mexico

Updated information with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data from February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: on October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the record 2,789 more deaths, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

Confirmed deaths from COVID-19 in Mexico

Updated information with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

*They do not correspond to the day they occurred, but to the day they were added to the total record of deaths. Data from February 27, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the country.

Note: on October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the record 2,789 more deaths, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

List of COVID-19 cases in Mexico

Updated information with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Data from February 27, 2020, when the first case was confirmed in the country.

Note: on October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the record 2,789 more deaths, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

Daily percentage increase in confirmed cases

Updated information with the Technical Communiqué of the Ministry of Health.

Increase in

compared to the previous day

This graph shows the acceleration of the epidemiological curve since March 1.

The first confirmed case in the country was on February 27, 2020.

Note: on October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that point and added to the record 2,789 more deaths, compared to the previous day. These are cases by «epidemiological association», that is, those confirmed not by laboratory test, but with Viral Respiratory Disease that had contact with a confirmed case/death.

SOURCE: Ministry of Health

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