In recent weeks, the COVID-19 epidemic in Mexico has increased its rate of transmission. The slope of the contagion curve becomes more and more vertical and, consequently, there is less availability of hospital beds to care for patients infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Since February 28, the day the first case of coronavirus was registered in the country, 1,350,079 infections and 120,311 deaths have accumulated. The country admits the numbers are likely much greater than those being reported because of a lack of testing in the country. Only those with sever . . .