The Undersecretary of State for Prevention and Health Promotion of the Mexican Ministry of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, estimated this Monday that 20 percent of the Mexican population will be vaccinated against the coronavirus in July planned for the next few weeks.
This was noted in the daily press conference on the situation of COVID-19 in Mexico, where 18.4 million doses of the biological have been administered so far, 139,158 have been administered in the last 24 hours.
Regarding the end of the campaign, the Undersecretary of State has indicated that “it will take the whole of the year and possibly the first quarter of 2022 for the entire Mexican population to be immunized,” reports the local media “Milenio”.
Meanwhile, the country means a reduction in COVID-19 numbers by “15 consecutive weeks,” according to López-Gatell.
“At any time, this trend can change and we shouldn’t trust each other. Nothing guarantees the pandemic will be over until the world in general narrows,” he warned.
Mexico has accumulated 2,349,900 confirmed positive results since the pandemic broke out, 1,027 recorded in the last day, while the death toll was 217,345, with 112 recorded in the last 24 hours.