For the current epidemiological week, there are 4,106,855 estimated cases throughout the country (Photo: Crisanta Espinosa Aguilar / Cuartoscuro.com)
This Monday afternoon, the Ministry of Health (SSa) updated the most recent figures on the advance of the Coronavirus in Mexico. Through the General Directorate of Epidemiology, the Daily Technical Report of COVID-19 was shared, in it it is detailed that until the informative cut-off at 5:00 p.m. the country registered 724 infections and 53 deaths in the last 24 hours.
And since the pandemic began in the country, 3,884,566 accumulated infections and 293,950 total deaths have been recorded throughout the Mexican Republic. On the other hand, there are 561,387 suspected cases, 7, 392, 671 people who gave a negative result and an estimated 19,919 active cases.
For the current epidemiological week, there are 4,106,855 estimated cases throughout the country.
So far, the incidence rate of accumulated cases is 3,011.9 per 100,000 inhabitants, as explained by the SSa.
So far the incidence rate of accumulated cases is 3,011.9 per 100,000 inhabitants, as explained by the SSa (Photo: Daily Technical Report COVID-19 México / SSa)
Regarding the distribution of infections in the different states, Mexico City, the State of Mexico and Nuevo León are the states with the highest accumulated confirmed cases. The capital registers a total of 984,355; EDOMEX has accumulated 378,889 and Nuevo León has 206,875.
Guanajuato follows with 196,027; Jalisco accumulates 163245; Tabasco with 143,631; Puebla 125,753; Veracruz has 123,838; Sonora with 117,455 and San Luis Potosí with a cumulative of 105,173. Currently, these entities together make up more than two thirds (66%) of all accumulated cases registered in Mexico.
In contrast, the states with the least accumulated infections are: Chiapas with 23,503; Campeche with a cumulative of 24,171; Tlaxcala with a record of 29,440.
The states with the least accumulated infections are: Chiapas with 23,503; Campeche with a cumulative of 24,171; Tlaxcala with a record of 29,440 (Photo: COVID-19 Mexico / SSa Daily Technical Report)
Regarding the distribution of the disease by age groups, the technical report indicated that in the last five epidemiological weeks, the sector with the highest incidence of estimated cases is the population between 18 and 29 years of age, followed by the 30-year-old group. 39 years old and finally the 40 to 49 year old sector.
At the information cutoff this afternoon, the health authorities counted 18,958 active cases with an incidence rate of 14.7 per 100,000 inhabitants (November 16-29, 2021). It should be remembered that active cases are considered as such to those people who presented the first symptoms in the last 14 days.
Under the criterion of the rate of active cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the states with the highest number of current infections are: Baja California (2,880), Sonora (1,563), Baja California Sur (377), Coahuila (1,187), Ciudad from Mexico (3,078), Chihuahua (1,241), Aguascalientes (385), Guanajuato (1,566), Durango (354) and San Luis Potosí (496).
The sector with the highest incidence of estimated cases is the population between 18 and 29 years of age (Photo: Diario Técnico Report COVID-19 México / SSa)
Regarding the number of deaths registered due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the SSa detailed that to date there are 13,504 suspected deaths, which are included (n = 3,012) are pending by laboratory and (n = 10,492 ) those that are in the process of epidemiological association by SISVER.
In addition, it was detailed that the distribution by sex in confirmed deaths shows a prevalence of 62% in men. The median age of deaths is 64 years.
Vaccination in Mexico
This week the vaccination of minors between 15 and 17 years of age without comorbidities began in different states of the Republic (Photo: Crisanta Espinosa Aguilar / Cuartoscuro.com)
According to the latest update of the COVID-19 vaccination page In the country, there is a 64% advance in phase 5 of vaccination, that is, 28,852,030 people from the general population already have the antigen.
This week the vaccination of minors between 15 and 17 years of age without comorbidities began in different states of the Republic and Mexico City was one of the first states to initiate the next stage of vaccination.
The capital authorities have estimated that by next Thursday they will have vaccinated just over 380,000 adolescents and young people without comorbidities and next week they will continue with the laggards over 18 years of age.
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