ZETA – Add up to 125 deaths per COVID-19 in Mexico; there are 111 cases in BC, reports Federal Health


In Mexico in addition to, until this Monday, 6 April, 125 deaths from the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), as reported by José Luis Alomía Zegarra, Director General of Epidemiology Secretariat of Health (SSa) to the Federal Government.

Of the total of 20 thousand 475 cases, 2 thousand 439 are confirmed, 11 thousand 741 are suspected, and 6 thousand 295 have been ruled out, said the federal official in a press conference.

In Baja California there are 111 cases. The median age is 44 years, of which 58 percent men and 42 percent women

The outpatient treatment accounted for 74 percent, while 26 percent have been hospitalized, of which, 89 cases are serious

On the other hand, the median age of death is 57 years. 75 percent of the deaths have been of men and 25 percent women. Hypertension is the cormobilidad most influence on the death of the patients, with 44 percent.



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