The accumulated cases of the COVID-19 in Mexico They reached 895,326 this Monday and the deaths to 89,171 deaths with the 4,166 infections and 247 deaths reported during the last 24 hours, reported the Ministry of Health of this country.
Compared to the previous day’s balance sheet figures, the accumulated cases they had a percentage growth of 0.46% and deaths of 0.28%, the authorities said at a press conference.
Tests and people studied
Since the declaration pandemic in Mexico at the end of February to date, 2,301,629 people have been studied, with a positivity rate of 40%, explained the director of Epidemiology, José Luis Alomía.
From this universe of people studied, there are the 895,326 confirmed cases of COVID-19; 1,078,072 people have tested negative for the viral infection and 328,231 remain as suspects, according to the figures of the balance presented this day by Health.
Alomy explained that suspected cases They are classified into cases without a sample (180,751), patients without the possibility of having a result (102,032) and those who do have the possibility of having a result (45,448).
The official indicated that according to the positivity index in suspected cases, projections and estimates can be made about the pandemic of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 in Mexico.
In the country there 1,036,965 estimated cases and of them 4%, around 45,896 would be active cases that developed their symptoms in the last fourteen days. The Mexican health authorities reported 655,118 people who have already recovered from covid-19.
In the daily balance, Alomía reported a total of 14,947 suspected deaths, classified in cases without a sample (10,455), without the possibility of a result (4,115) and those in which the cause of death can be known (377).
The most affected areas
Mexico City, State of Mexico, Veracruz, Puebla, Jalisco, Baja California, Nuevo León, Sinaloa, Guanajuato and Sonora are the 10 entities that have registered the highest number of deaths and that together represent more than half (63%) of all the from the country.
While Mexico City alone, accumulates 16.6% of all deaths nationwide. In addition, a hospital occupation 32% in general beds and 26% in those equipped with a fan.
Currently COVID-19 is the fourth cause of death in Mexico, only below heart disease, diabetes and malignant tumors, according to figures from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi).