Estimated number of active COVID-19 cases falls below 5,000

The number of estimated active cases of COVID-19 fell below 5,000 on Wednesday, according to the most recent statistics from the Federal Ministry of Health.

The indicator stood at 4,931, while there were 5,267 on Tuesday. Active cases are considered the driver of the pandemic as they represent people who have had symptoms in the last 14 days and who still have the capacity to contaminate.

The secretariat also said that the number of cumulative cases reached 5,724,611. Meanwhile, the number of people who died after more than two years of the pandemic reached 323,848.

The country has already gone through four waves of infections. Currently, federal health authorities say the current one is in a declining phase, as shown by indicators of estimated active cases and hospitalizations, among others.

In this context, this Wednesday, an increase in vaccination was announced for the remaining weeks of April.

The goal is for as many adults as possible to be protected, as well as for children to begin to be vaccinated. For this, the authorities have announced the acquisition of doses for this sector.

For this Friday, the Ministry of Health will also present the new epidemic risk traffic light for the whole country. The one still in effect has all 32 entities in green.

Chart

Cases and deaths

from COVID-19[feminine] in Mexico

Updated information on with the Technical Communication of the Ministry of Health.

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

To note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that time and added 2,789 additional deaths to the register, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory tests, but with a viral respiratory illness who have been in contact with a confirmed case/death.

THE SOURCE: Health Secretary

new cases

from COVID-19[feminine] in Mexico

Updated information on with the Technical Communication of the Ministry of Health.

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

To note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that time and added 2,789 additional deaths to the register, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory tests, but with a viral respiratory illness who have been in contact with a confirmed case/death.

THE SOURCE: Health Secretary

Confirmed deaths

for COVID-19[feminine] in Mexico

Updated information on with the Technical Communication of the Ministry of Health.

*They do not correspond to the day on which they occurred, but to the day on which they were added to the total of deaths.

Data as of February 27, 2020when the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the country.

To note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that time and added 2,789 additional deaths to the register, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory tests, but with a viral respiratory illness who have been in contact with a confirmed case/death.

THE SOURCE: Health Secretary

List of cases

from COVID-19[feminine] in Mexico

Updated information on with the Technical Communication of the Ministry of Health.

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

To note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that time and added 2,789 additional deaths to the register, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory tests, but with a viral respiratory illness who have been in contact with a confirmed case/death.

THE SOURCE: Health Secretary

Percent Daily Increase

from confirmed cases

Updated information on with the Technical Communication of the Ministry of Health.

Increase of

compared to the day before

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

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

To note: On October 5, 2020, the Ministry of Health adjusted the data accumulated up to that time and added 2,789 additional deaths to the register, compared to the previous day. These are cases by “epidemiological association”, i.e. those confirmed not by laboratory tests, but with a viral respiratory illness who have been in contact with a confirmed case/death.

THE SOURCE: Health Secretary

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