MEXICO

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MEXICO

2,286,133

Total Cases

210,294

Total Deaths

1,815,237

Total Recovered

260,602

Total Active Cases

+592

New Deaths

+4,293

New Cases


via business-standard04/03/2021

World Coronavirus Dispatch: The Mexican crisis is underplayed, but is worse - Business Standard

Read more about World Coronavirus Dispatch: The Mexican crisis is underplayed, but is worse on Business-standard. UK reports more blood-clotting cases in people who received AstraZeneca vaccine, Chinese vaccines penetrate Eastern Europe amid shortages and other pandemic-related news across the globe

via plasticsnews04/02/2021

Mexico shines light on home-grown industry as COVID-19 halts most travel - Plastics News

Mexico City — COVID-19 has been a turning point for many toolmakers in Mexico, according to a speaker at the Plastimagen Light virtual trade show and conference in late March. Plastics processors, who would normally expect service engineers at mold supply companies to travel from Europe and…

via cbsaustin03/25/2021

Researchers in Mexico unveil nose-only COVID-19 mask for use while eating, drinking - KEYE TV CBS Austin

MEXICO CITY, Mexico (Reuters/CBS Newspath) - Researchers in Mexico have made a nose-only COVID mask, which they say reduces the risk of infection of coronavirus during eating and talking. The people behind this nose-only mask say taking off the face mask to eat or drink leaves one exposed to the virus, while this nose-only mask still provides some sort of protection. "It (coronavirus) is very contigaous.

via natlawreview03/22/2021

The Latest COVID-19 Vaccination Measures in Mexico - The National Law Review

The Mexican Ministry of Health approved emergency-use authorization for COVID vaccine in December of 2020, the National Vaccination Plan followed with Mexico's vaccination schedule calendar, vaccines that have been authorized for use, who can participate in the Plan, and more.


via nmpoliticalreport03/10/2021

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (3/10/21 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. We began the COVID-19 recap at NM Political Report on March 11 of last year. Since then, we have published hundreds of editions of the recap, including seven days […]

via natlawreview02/19/2021

Mexico’s COVID-19 News for February 15–28, 2021 - The National Law Review

The states of Guanajuato and Guerrero are in red status, Mexico City along with nine other states moved to orange status, for a total of 21 states at the second-most strict level. Eight states are in yellow status, while Chiapas is the only state to be assigned green status

via voanews02/03/2021

Mexico Grants Emergency Use of Russia Vaccine to Fight Coronavirus - Voice of America

Mexico’s regulatory agency approved emergency use of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, shortly after Deputy Health Minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell announced Tuesday the country’s plan to combat the novel coronavirus would involve use of the vaccine.  The Associated Press reports Mexico is launching its vaccination program as its capital, Mexico City, is struggling to accommodate a growing number of coronavirus patients and provide adequate oxygen to hospitals.   Meantime, Lopez-Gattel said the first batches of the 7.4 million doses of the Sputnik V vaccine will arrive this month through April.     The

via kfoxtv04/02/2021

Ciudad Juarez reports 1 new COVID-19 death, 26 new cases - KFOX El Paso

On Friday, 26 new cases of COVID-19 and one new deaths related to the virus were reported in Ciudad Juarez. The report from the Chihuahua state health officials brings the total number of COVID-19 cases reported in Ciudad Juarez to 29,749 and 2,813 deaths. Ciudad Juarez leads in coronavirus deaths in the state. Across the state of Chihuahua, a total of 59,005 cases have been reported, 50,761 have been recovered and 5,689 deaths have been attributed to the disease.

via wionews04/02/2021

Global Covid-19 caseload tops 129.4 million: Johns Hopkins University - WION

The overall number of global Covid-19 cases has surpassed 129.4 million, while the deaths have surged to more than 2.82 million, according to Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update on Friday morning, the University`s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 129,475,545 and 2,826,018, respectively. The US is the worst-hit country with the world`s highest number of cases and deaths at 30,538,427 and 553,120, respectively, according to the CSSE.


via kfoxtv03/17/2021

New Mexico reports huge jump in COVID-19 vaccines administered across state - KFOX El Paso

New Mexico reported a huge spike in the number of COVID-19 vaccines administered across the state on Wednesday. According to the New Mexico Department of Health's COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard, 948,668 total doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in New Mexico. That number marks an increase of 155,800 administered doses from the number reported on the NMDOH's dashboard on Tuesday.

via atlanticcouncil.org03/16/2021

COVID-19 Recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Partnership Strategy for the Biden Administration - Atlantic Council

Foreword From Mexico City to Manaus, the COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged communities throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. In March 2020, families in Guayaquil searched for coffins to bury their loved ones. In April and May, Venezuelans who had fled the Maduro dictatorship were forced to return home after having lost their jobs in neighboring […]

via fronterasdesk.org03/01/2021

Mexico Will Offer COVID-19 Vaccine Regardless Of Immigration Status - Fronteras: The Changing America Desk

MEXICO CITY — The Biden administration has promised to administer COVID-19 vaccine to undocumented immigrants. Mexico’s government has given a similar order and has resolved a controversy over vaccinating resident foreigners.Mexico announced that migrants will get equal access to coronavirus vaccine like other residents. According to Mexico’s Secretary of Health, about 1,200

via kfoxtv02/03/2021

New Mexico reports 29 new COVID-19 deaths, three from Doña Ana County - KFOX El Paso

An additional 670 COVID-19 cases were confirmed in New Mexico Wednesday and 29 new deaths related to the virus were reported by the New Mexico Department of Health. Three Doña Ana County residents were among the new deaths from the virus announced by state health officials. They were a man in his 50s, a woman in her 60s and a woman in her 80s. Doña Ana County accounted for 95 of Wednesday's new COVID-19 cases and Otero County accounted for 20 new cases.

via nmpoliticalreport02/03/2021

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (2/3/21 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

This morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday. Sign up here. See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. DOH reported 434 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, along with 15 additional deaths related to the disease. The number of cases was the lowest one-day total since Oct. […]


via voanews03/29/2021

Mexico Revises COVID Death Toll Count Upwards by 60% - Voice of America

Mexico has revised its coronavirus death toll figures, increasing the tally by 60% to make Mexico’s death count second only to the United States and overtaking Brazil as the place with the second highest death count.    The new statistics are staggering as the Mexican population of 126 million is far below the populations of the U.S. and Brazil.   The Mexican health ministry released the data Saturday that raised the country’s COVID death count to more than 321,000.  The U.S.

via plasticsnews03/24/2021

A rotomolded solution to slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Mexico - Plastics News

Mexico City — Mexican rotomolder Grupo Rotoplas S.A.B. de C.V. has teamed up with toilet cleaning brand Harpic and the Mexican Red Cross to counter the spread of COVID-19 at one of the world's largest food markets. According to the Mexico City-based company, the three organizations installed a…

via reuters03/16/2021

Mexico expects U.S. response to AstraZeneca vaccine request on Friday - Reuters

The United States should respond by Friday to Mexico's request to share doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine it has in stock, a senior Mexican official said on Tuesday, as Canadian authorities confirmed they also asked their southern neighbor for extra doses.

via nmpoliticalreport03/11/2021

Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 news (3/11/21 edition) - New Mexico Political Report

See all of our COVID-19 coverage here. We began the COVID-19 recap at NM Political Report on March 11 of last year. Since then, we have published hundreds of editions of the recap, including seven days a week for several weeks, then for most weekdays following. In recent weeks, the daily recaps have been getting […]

via thepointsguy02/22/2021

What it’s like to test positive for COVID-19 and quarantine in Mexico - The Points Guy

Last month, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began mandating that all international travelers present a negative COVID-19 test before they’re permitted to board their flight to the United States. For more TPG travel news and tips delivered each morning to your inbox, sign up for our free daily newsletter. While the new …

via kyivpost02/03/2021

Voice of America: Mexico grants emergency use of Russia vaccine to fight coronavirus | KyivPost - Ukraine's Global Voice - Kyiv Post

Mexico’s regulatory agency approved emergency use of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, shortly after Deputy Health Minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell announced Tuesday the country’s plan to combat the novel coronavirus would involve use of the vaccine. Read more here. Found a spelling error? Let us know – highlight it and press Ctrl + Enter.