Mexico’s COVID-19 cases are likely nearing 56,000 while the government only reports 6,297

The undersecretary of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, said that, according to the evolution of the pandemic in Mexico, the Ministry of Health estimates that in the country the infections by COVID -19 could be 55,951, according to the Sentinel Model.

This surveillance model is an epidemiological monitoring system that emerged in Mexico in 2006 that allows the disease to be tracked without carrying out massive tests on the population. Mexico has tested less than 40,000 people since the start of the pandemic.

Through this scheme, it is sought "that there is a . . .

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