Mexico reaches 194 deaths from coronavirus; estimate in 15 days phase 3 of the contingency begins
The undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez, estimated that in 15 days the transmission will be sufficiently dispersed to enter the next phase
The Ministry of Health, in its technical report on the coronavirus, reported that as of Thursday, April 9, there are 3,441 confirmed cases in Mexico , as well as 194 deaths, and 10,105 suspects.
The greatest burden of disease continues to be in the Valley of Mexico: Mexico City and the State of Mexico.
The undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez, estimated that in 15 days the transmission will be sufficiently dispersed to enter phase 3 of the contingency; He explained that the measures to be taken during this phase will be announced in due time and form.
In addition, he reported that two of the deaths are from two pregnant women, the first two cases in Mexico. One died after the caesarean section was performed; the baby survived.
The undersecretary explained that one of the women suffered from high blood pressure and obesity; the other, obesity and gestational diabetes.
Google translation from Informador.