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Mexico exceeds 215,000 deaths from coronavirus

Mexico reached Monday the 215,123 deceased by coronavirus after regretting another 166 deaths in the last day, while the health authorities have indicated that the third wave of the pandemic in the country “seems less likely.”

The Mexican Ministry of Health reported 2,329,534 confirmed cases since the health crisis broke out, of which 22,683 are currently active and 1,853,789 people have managed to overcome the disease.

The director of Epidemiology of the Health portfolio, José Luis Alomía, stressed that 30 Mexican entities show a downward trend in coronavirus cases, while the states of Colima and Quintana Roo keep increasing.

In this regard, the Undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell, explained that the third wave of Covid-19 “seems less likely” now, after a greater risk was alerted in the last week.

“We cannot rule it out because at any moment there may be a rebound process”, has warned, however, to demand compliance with health measures, according to ‘Milenio’.

Regarding the Vaccination Plan, he informed that they are already 16.5 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine applied, 91,705 on the last day.

López-Gatell has also announced that this week they will arrive in the country, 3,310,840 immunizers from Pfizer and Sputnik V.

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