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In Mexico, only one out of ten people with COVID-19 symptoms are tested. The Federal Statistics only include the public hospital system, coronavirus cases detected in private hospitals and laboratories are not reported by the Federal Government. The government acknowledges that the pandemic is more wide-spread than reported due to a lack of testing available in the country. Mexico remains one of the lowest testing countries in the world. A lack of confirmed cases should not allow tourists or residents to let down their guard. Please wear a mask and social distance.

Coronavirus in Mexico News Updates

Mexico upped its “estimated” COVID-19 deaths to 89,612 on Monday, and boosted estimates of its total number of cases to 870,699, almost 137,000 more than it previously recognized. Even with the new estimated death toll, Mexico is still in fourth place world wide behind India, which has 95,542 deaths. But in the case of infections,...
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Mexico’s top coronavirus official said Sunday that definitive data on the country’s death toll from COVID-19 won’t be available for “a couple of years.” The statement by Assistant Health Secretary Hugo López-Gatell is likely to revive debate about Mexico’s death toll, currently at 76,430, the fourth-highest in the world. “When will the final statistics on...
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Mexico was set to surpass 75,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths on Thursday, as the pandemic ravages Latin American nations with large informal economies where workers have grappled with the twin threats of hunger and contagion. Mexico has the world’s fourth-highest coronavirus death toll, according to a Reuters tally, behind the United States, Brazil, and India. Despite...
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With the decrease in the number of hospitalized patients and COVID-19 infections per million inhabitants, the Government of Jalisco ruled out applying the “emergency button” to resume restrictive measures of activities. According to what was published by the governor on social networks, as of Saturday, there were 619 people hospitalized by the virus, which represents...
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Vita Deyun is the first Mexican treatment that has undergone rigorous laboratory tests, but has also proven its effectiveness in more than 7,500 people. Mexican doctors performed numerous in-vitro tests on patients and health personnel to verify the effectiveness of the supplement, which was developed with the support of Jalisco’s private sector, against the SARS-COV2...
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Almost two months ago, the COVID-19 Situation Room of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) projected that the peak of the pandemic would reach Jalisco on September 14. It estimated 88,432 cases. However, until yesterday they only added 60,509. Jorge Hernández, a member of the Chamber, stressed that although there is a stabilization, with between four...
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Mexico has recorded 122,765 deaths more than would be expected during the pandemic up to August, the health ministry said on Saturday in a report on excess mortality rates, suggesting Mexico’s true coronavirus toll could be much higher. Mexico has recorded 67,326 confirmed coronavirus deaths and 629,409 cases, the world’s fourth highest death toll from...
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Mexico is working to produce its own COVID-19 vaccines and could have one ready by next spring, according to a researcher coordinating local efforts amid a global race to tame a disease that has infected over 26.75 million people worldwide. Esther Orozco, coordinator of the scientific group that represents Mexico at the Coalition for Epidemic...
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Mexico said on Thursday that it plans to take part in stage 3 trials of the Russian coronavirus vaccine in October, part of the nation’s efforts to secure supplies of possible future COVID-19 vaccines. Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that if the Mexican regulator permits it, the Russian vaccine can be brought to Mexico and...
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Mexico leads the world in coronavirus deaths among its health care workers, Amnesty International said in a new report Wednesday. It said Mexico has reported 1,320 confirmed deaths from COVIID-19 so far, surpassing the United States at 1,077, the United Kingdom at 649, and Brazil at 634. The report is likely to revive debate about...
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Mexico’s health ministry on Saturday reported 5,974 new confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infections and 673 additional fatalities, bringing the total to 591,712 cases and 63,819 deaths. In the past week, Puerto Vallarta has reported 221 new cases of COVID-19, compared to 267 the previous week, that represents a 20% decline this week. There are...
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Mexico’s health ministry on Friday reported 5,824 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections and 552 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 585,738 cases and 63,146 deaths. The government has said the real number of infected people is likely significantly higher than the confirmed cases. Today marks exactly six months since the first...
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Mexico’s health ministry on Monday reported 3,541 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 320 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 563,705 cases and 60,800 deaths. The government has said the real number of infected people is likely significantly higher than the confirmed cases. José Luis Alomía Zegarra, director of Epidemiology at...
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The scale of the coronavirus pandemic in Mexico is “under-represented” and “under-recognised” and testing is limited, the World Health Organization’s Dr Mike Ryan said on Friday. He told a Geneva briefing that testing in Mexico worked out at about three people per 100,000, compared with about 150 tests per 100,000 people in the United States....
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Through the campaign “Put a stop to contagion!”, which promotes the use of face masks for at least 50 days, the Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) will deliver face masks in the most vulnerable neighborhoods of Puerto Vallarta to be able to return to everyday life as soon as possible. In an effective...
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