Mexico adds 20 thousand 57 new cases of Covid-19 in 24 hours

Mexico City (Claudia Salazar) – The Ministry of Health reported 1,470 more deaths from Covid-19 in Mexico, which adds up to 149 thousand 84. In addition, it reported that there are one million 752 thousand 347 confirmed cases, 20 thousand 57 more than yesterday.

At a press conference, José Luis Alomía, director of Epidemiology, explained that the active cases they add up to 122 thousand 986, that is, six percent of the accumulated total.

Similarly, one million 306 thousand 138 patients have recovered from the disease. He explained that the positivity rate is 45 percent and that more than 4 million people have been studied.

Overall bed occupancy nationwide is 60 percent: nine states have more than 70 percent, seven between 69 and 50 percent, and 16 states with less than 50 percent. Meanwhile, the occupancy of beds for critical patients is 54 percent nationwide.

There are 618 thousand 768 vaccines applied in Mexico

According to the latest cut, the authorities have applied 618 thousand 768 vaccines against Covid. Alomy indicated that 592 thousand 296 people received the first dose and 22 thousand 472 the second. He said 3,868 have had reactions to the immunization, most of them mild.

The Mexican government began this Saturday the vaccination against covid-19 of more than 20 thousand teachers and workers of the education sector in the state of Campeche (east), in preparation for an eventual return to face-to-face classes.

Campeche is the third least populated district in Mexico, with about 900,000 inhabitants, and the one that has achieved greater control of infections and serious cases.

« The vaccination of education workers has begun to protect them against # COVID-19, » the Institute for Social Security and Services for State Workers, to which the teachers are affiliated, reported on the social network Twitter.

Basic level teachers are expected to be vaccinated this weekend and high school and university teachers on Monday and Tuesday, as well as workers from the sector and mentors from private schools.

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