Covid-19 map in Mexico: 61% of people who have died had no comorbidities

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Around 114,707 people who died from covid-19 in the country did not have any disease identified as risky.

About 61 percent of the people who have died in Mexico from coronavirus did not have any comorbidity that could complicate their condition, according to data from the Ministry of Health collected by UNAM.

According to what was presented, around  114 thousand 707 people who died from covid-19 in the country did not have any disease identified as risky.

Coronavirus cases in Mexico by state The City of Mexico and the State of Mexico are the states with the highest estimated number of active cases; while Campeche has the lowest figure.

The country’s capital also has the highest incidence rate of active and accumulated coronavirus cases, with 199 and  6,237 per 100,000 inhabitants.

Municipalities with more Coronavirus cases:

Municipalities with the most active cases:

  • 1.- Iztapalapa (Mexico City): 2,917
  • 2.- Álvaro Obregón (Mexico City): 2,852
  • 3.- Gustavo A. Madero (Mexico City): 2,142
  • 4.- Tlalpan (Mexico City): 1,664
  • 5.- Querétaro (Querétaro): 11,443

Municipalities with the most accumulated cases:

  • 1.- Iztapalapa (Mexico City): 86,890
  • 2.- Álvaro Obregón (Mexico City): 68,499
  • 3.- Gustavo A. Madero (Mexico City): 65,492
  • 4.- Tlalpan (Mexico City): 56,330
  • 5.- Puebla (Puebla): 45,955

Map of deaths from coronavirus in Mexico

Mexico City and the State of Mexico are the entities with the highest number of deaths from covid-19, while Colima has the lowest number of deaths.

Meanwhile, the fatality rate of coronavirus in the country is 8.9 percent, which implies that around 8 people have died for every 100 who have been infected.

Municipalities with the most Coronavirus deaths:

  • 1.- Iztapalapa (Mexico City): 5,391
  • 2.- Puebla (Puebla): 4,848
  • 3.- Gustavo A. Madero (Mexico City): 4,235
  • 4.- Ecatepec (State of Mexico): 4,221
  • 5.- Guadalajara (Jalisco): 4,064

Source: milenio.com

Mexico Daily Post

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