The Mexican Government’s Undersecretary of State for Prevention and Health Promotion Hugo López-Gatell confirmed a “very consistent” decline in cases and deaths from coronavirus this Monday, although he has asked that health measures continue as there is still a “risk of the.” third wave “.
“There will come a time when we can calmly say that there is a large number of immune people and a reduction in the number of cases in the world. There some of the measures could be lifted,” said the Undersecretary of State in the daily press conference on the development of COVID-19.
The country added 822 new cases and regretted 56 deaths on the last day, low numbers compared to other days, according to the latest health ministry tally.
With 2,382,745 positive results and 220,489 deaths since the health crisis hit, Mexico is also continuing its vaccination schedule, which has already enabled the use of 23.3 doses.
Specifically, 133,422 of these units have been administered in the past 24 hours and the Millennium local media will be collected as part of the vaccination campaign using biologics from Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sputnik V, Cansino and Sinovac.
“If we have an immunity of 65 or 75 percent, the epidemic is unlikely to spread further on national territory,” added López-Gatell of the vaccination’s progress.