Adequate testing and overcrowded hospitals. According to the Mexican government, the actual number of people affected by an epidemic in the country is up to sixty percent higher than official figures show. The only way to get a more accurate picture of the effects of an epidemic is to review death certificates and review the number of deaths beyond normal.
On Saturday, the government released a report stating that 294,287 people had died in the country in connection with Govt-19 from the outbreak of the epidemic this year until mid-February this year. Since then, authorities have confirmed a further 26,772 deaths based on tests, the AP said. According to the Mexican authorities station CNBC Approximately 417,000 deaths were reported than normal during the epidemic. Correction of death certificates shows that more than 70 percent of deaths are associated with Govt-19.
The newly released report confirms how dangerous the second January wave of epidemics is in the country. At the end of December, estimates of overcrowding represent a total of 220,000 Govit-19 related deaths in Mexico. That number rose to about 75,000 in about a month and a half.
The Mexican metropolis is one of the worst cities in the world. To date, authorities have recorded 38,627 deaths in a population of nine million. The city, which accounts for only 7.1 percent of the country’s population, accounts for 19.3 percent of the country’s total death toll. Reports Station 24. Despite having the best medical facilities in the country, the condition of the capital was very important. Ciudad de Mexico currently has 430 confirmed victims per 100,000 population.
The Mexican government has acknowledged that the actual death toll from the corona virus outbreak is now over 321,000. This is almost 60% more than the number confirmed by Mexico’s official test # COVID-19 Caseshttps://t.co/mTF2MllhRN pic.twitter.com/wqxTrIvX9c
– Eric Feigel-ding (rDrEricDing) March 28, 2021
A problem called vaccination
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lபpez Obrador warned on Thursday that the country is now facing competition against time. According to him, a third wave of an epidemic awaits the country at the end of April, by which time everyone over the age of sixty wants to be vaccinated with at least one drug of the Govt-19 vaccine. “We must avoid a further increase in the number of new cases, as is the case elsewhere in the world,” Obradora France was quoted as saying.
The country, home to more than 126 million people, has so far received only six million doses of the vaccine. The United States has pledged a further two and a half million concessions to help its neighbors, and the United States will send one and a half million concessions to Canada. Information Reuters. Supply to Mexico is the largest single vaccine in the world. In return, in the event of an emergency, Mexico is to supply the United States with vaccines from the US-ordered AstroZeneca. In the states Atlantic Magazine.
The server reported that Mexico relied heavily on two Chinese vaccines LA Times The country ordered 36 million doses of synoform and cannabinoids vaccines. For both vaccines approved in Mexico, experts point to a lack of information and low efficacy (Synoform 79%, Cancino 66%). But this reinforces local skepticism about vaccines. According to a GEA-ISA survey conducted March 6-9, only 52 percent of the more than 1,000 Mexicans surveyed said they would like to be vaccinated. One-fifth of respondents are still hesitant, and the remaining 28 percent do not want to be vaccinated.
The country is not only bothered by vaccines but also by tourists. Officials from the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula have already complained that visitors to the peninsula have not complied with measures to prepare for tourist arrivals during Easter week, the agency said.
“It is very unfortunate to see how immoral people are behaving here,” local police chief Lucia Hernandez Gutierrez was quoted as saying. “It was so disgusting to see hundreds of people walking without veils,” the policeman added. “It is very embarrassing that we have reached the point where we ask people to wear veils to be aware of the dangers we face,” the policeman said.
In response to the onslaught of visitors, local authorities decided to close the ruins of the Mayan city of Chichen Itza from April 1 to 4. The Great Complex is the second most visited archaeological site in Mexico, with an average annual visit of about 1.8 million people. For the second year in a row, the most famous Latin American reconstruction of the crucifixion of Christ in Ciudad de Mexico will take place without visitors. Typically, up to two million viewers will not miss this show, and this year they will be able to watch the entire event live.