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Mexico reports very few Covid-19 cases nationwide

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Mexico reports very few Covid-19 cases nationwide

Mexico City, Apr 19 (Prensa Latina) Mexico continues reporting very few Covid-19 cases, three months in green classification and will remain so until May 1, with an average of 188 cases per day, the Secretariat of Health reported on Tuesday.
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At his morning press briefing at the National Palace, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador talked as every Tuesday on the subject of health, and Secretary Jorge Alcocer and the undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Dr. Hugo Lopez-Gatell, also spoke on that issue.

They indicated that hospitalization is also at its minimum levels and it does not appear on the epidemiological map, as well as the number of beds.

The mortality rate also shows a very notable reduction as it has dropped 10 times, only four deaths a day on average, and days with no deceases.

A total of 196 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines have been administrated at both primary and booster levels, and the April plan for people who have not wanted to be vaccinated is being developed at an accelerated pace, and 53 percent of them have already been inoculated.

President Lopez Obrador addressed the issue and asked those who have not decided to get vaccinated to do so, as the beneficial effects of vaccination can be seen at a glance with the figures provided by Alcocer and Lopez-Gatell.

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