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Comparative chart shows seriousness of coronavirus situation for Mexico

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The chart below compares figures between Spain and Mexico in relation to #coronavirus growth as of March 17th. As you can see the patern is very similar, the main difference is the passivity of the Mexican government, before such a tremendously somber scenario.

In Mexico, according to the INEGI, 15.1% of the total population (129 million people) is aged 60 or older. That is: 19,479,000 people. The #coronavirus has a mortality rate of 3.4% according to WHO estimates… that could be 662,286 people UNDER A NORMAL SCENARIO.

These estimates do not include all of those with other pre-existing conditions.

It is time to listen to the World Health Organization and other verified sources of information and to extreme measures.

Source: The Yucatan Times

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