The Health Secretary of Federal government reported that so far pandemic by COVID-19 They have registered 644 thousand 294 excess deaths, 77.1 percent of which, that is, 496 thousand 506 deathswere associated with the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2.
in your report Excess mortality from all causes the unit details that until June 18 1 million 926 thousand 327 deaths were expectedbut actually 2 occurred million 570 thousand 621.
Of all the deaths 496 thousand 506 were recorded as “associated with COVID-19“However, just 325 thousand 672 have been confirmed by the Viral Respiratory Disease Epidemiological Surveillance System (Siver).
But in 2022 alone, there have been 21,665 excess deaths, a lower estimate compared to previous years.
However, it should be noted that the latest figures reported by the Ministry of Health do not include the fifth wave of COVID-19which according to the undersecretary Hugo Lopez-Gatell it is going down.
The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (inegi) reported a total of 424 thousand 509 deaths by COVID-19almost 100 thousand deaths more than the 327 thousand 261 that the Ministry of Health (SSa) of the Federal Government recognizes so far.
The autonomous institute preliminarily documented 224 thousand 239 deaths from COVID-19 In 2021 alone, a figure 28.48 percent higher than the 174,531 deaths that the SSa registered that year, according to technical government statements.
The data on total deaths presented by the inegi for 2020 and 2021 it is also 41.77 percent higher than the accumulated 299 thousand 428 deaths that the Ministry of Health reported at the end of last year, which implies a difference of 125 thousand 81.
The report of “Statistics of registered deaths” of the agency is based on 5,244 sources, including the Civil Registry, the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) and the Public Ministry, which are then compared with information from the Ministry of Health.
The Government of Mexico has recognized from the beginning of the pandemic that there is a underregistration of COVID-19which adds up to almost 6.6 million cases in the country and the fifth highest death toll in the world, according to the SSa report.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital and EFE