They reported an increase in COVID-19 cases in the country; CDMX, Puebla and Nuevo Leon top the list

The Ministry of Health reported that in the second week of this year Confirmed cases From Covid-19 in the country until 130, According to data from the Epidemiological Surveillance System for Respiratory Viral Diseases (CESVIR).

The COVID-19, Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses Weekly Report indicates that from the week of January 7-11, 5 thousand and 266 suspected cases From this disease.

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compared to the week From December 31 to January 4In that period, 930 suspected cases were recorded, of which 13 were confirmed, so the latest figure shows an increase.

In addition, deaths also increased from one case reported at the beginning of this year to four cases by number as of Thursday, January 11.

the Mexico City He tops the list of most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country with 32; He follows Pueblawith 14; New lion11 y Queretarowith 10.

So far, health authorities have not confirmed positive cases in Coahuila, Campeche, Chihuahua, Guanajuato, Guerrero and Tamaulipas, although… Yes, there are suspicious patients.

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“Confirmation by rapid antigen tests, correlation, or clinical-epidemiological judgment is no longer used in diagnosing the disease Epidemiological surveillanceThis was stated by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Prevention and Health Promotion, given the end of the health emergency related to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

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It is worth noting that Deaths due to Covid-19 Infection rates in the country have declined since the beginning of the pandemic, as 544,804 cases and 128,061 deaths were reported in 2020, bringing the numbers announced in 2023 to 20,211 positive cases and 1,923 deaths, according to figures from the General Secretariat of Health..

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