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In the last 24 hours, Mexico registered 1,757 new cases of COVID-19 and 165 deaths

In the last 24 hours, Mexico registered 1,757 new cases of COVID-19 and 165 deaths - Mexico COVID-19 coronavirus contagionsPeople protect themselves with face masks in the face of the health emergency due to COVID-19 in Mexico. Photo by Notimex / Archive

In Mexico, there are one million 11 thousand 153 accumulated confirmed cases of COVID-19, while there are 99 thousand 26 deaths from the disease

The Health Secretary announced this Tuesday that there are one million 11 thousand 153 accumulated confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Mexico, while there are 99 thousand 26 deaths from the disease.

In total, in the last 24 hours, added 1,757 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and 165 deaths.

There are 190,850 suspected cases Without a coronavirus sample, 121,372 suspects with no possibility of result and 61,345 suspects with possibility of result.

In addition, one million 233 thousand 643 people have tested negative for the disease and there are two million 618 thousand 363 people studied.

COVID-19 situation in Mexico as of November 17. Photo by SSa

According to the forecasts of the Ministry of Health, they estimate nationwide one million 169 thousand 846 coronavirus cases.

The number of active cases It is estimated at 38 thousand 497, three percent of all cases, and that of recovered is 757,951.

Estimated COVID-19 cases in Mexico as of November 17. Photo by SSa

114,298 are also estimated deaths, considering suspicious deaths with and without possibility of result, as well as suspicious without sample.

This Monday, 114,210 deaths from coronavirus were estimated, bringing the estimated increase in deaths to 88.

Estimated deaths from COVID-19 in Mexico as of November 17. Photo by SSa

Nationwide the occupation of general hospital beds IRAG (Severe Acute Respiratory Infection) is 36 percent, while that of beds with a fan is 28 percent.

Hospitalizations for COVID-19 in Mexico as of November 17. Photo by SSa

Hospitalizations in ventilator beds due to COVID-19 in Mexico as of November 17. Photo by SSa

With information from López-Dóriga Digital