According to a study conducted by data scientists, Sarahí Aguilar and Moisés Arispe, published in Nexos, Mexico City actually experienced 7,198 deaths due to COVID-19, although the government is only reporting 2,139 during the two months being investigated, showing a gap between the government's reporting and death certificates in the Civil Registry.
The figure by the Civil Registry is three times higher than the number of the Directorate, and the daily deaths curve is "substantially higher" than the official one. However, as the study authors acknowledge, this discrepancy was explicitly anticipated by . . .