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There are 4,219 cases of COVID-19 in Mexico, with 273 deaths

Mexico

In the last 24 hours, 40 new deaths have been registered, as well as 375 new cases of the disease

The Ministry of Health reported this Saturday in its daily press conference that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico is 4,219, which means an increase of 375 compared to the 3 thousand 844 reported on Friday , while there are 9 thousand 983 suspects, and 21,277 negative cases.

This April 11, the number of deaths from COVID -19 in Mexico increased to 273, which means an increase of 40 deaths in the last 24 hours ; yesterday, Friday, 233 deaths were reported.

The greatest burden of disease occurs in people between the ages of 25 and 59; however, the highest case fatality rate is maintained in patients 60 years of age and older, so they call for continued prevention measures.

Likewise, it is pointed out that 67 percent of the cases recover on an outpatient basis, that is, by serving the quarantine at home, while 33 percent have been hospitalized. Baja California Sur, Quintana Roo and Mexico City are the entities with the highest number of cases . Of the total number of patients, 42 percent have recovered, 52 percent are in isolation, and six percent have died.

Google translation from Informador.


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