The Health Secretary reported this Tuesday 1,438 new Covid-19 infections and 24 deaths from this disease reported in the last 24 hours.
According to data from the daily technical report on the progress of the coronavirus pandemic in Mexicothe official number of deaths amounted to 323,973, while the accumulated number of confirmed cases is 5 million 729,270 cases.
Federal authorities estimate that nationwide there are around 4,314 active casesthat is, people who have presented Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.
The federal government explained that the national occupation of general beds for the care of patients with Covid-19 is located at 4%, while the fan beds registers an occupation of 2 percent.
Vaccination against Covid-19 in Mexico
The Ministry of Health reported that at the court on Monday, April 18, they applied 218,796 coronavirus vaccineswhich adds up to 196 million 110,762 doses supplied since the vaccination plan began in December 2020.
The federal government highlighted that at the national level there have been vaccinated against Covid-19 to 85 million 714,608 people.
In the morning conference at the National Palace, the undersecretary for Prevention and Health Promotion explained that this month the “Operative April” to vaccinate against this disease those who have not yet received the booster dose, who have not completed their primary schedule or do not have this vaccine.
The federal agency reported that from April 11, to the cut of Monday 19 of the same month, 47,442 first doses have been supplied; 54,874 second doses and 2 million 76,430 booster doses.
The APRIL Operation is underway to vaccinate against #COVID19 those who have not received the booster, did not complete the primary regimen or have not received any dose.
From April 11 to this day, 2 million 178 thousand 746 doses have been applied in total. pic.twitter.com/IsXMCuj6pf
— Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez (@HLGatell)
April 19, 2022
Since the application of booster doses of coronavirus vaccines began in Mexico, the Ministry of Health has supplied 42,941,739 doses.