Head of the Ministry Agency for Prevention and Health Promotion, in the Mexican Ministry of Health, Hugo Lopez Gatell It announced that the sixth wave of COVID-19 in Mexico had already begun its waning phase and reached its peak in the first week of January 2023.
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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) leads his press conference from the National Palace
This was during the routine press conference from the National Palace where Gatel Ramirez Confirmed that during the first week of January just over 4 thousand 645 daily cases COVID in Mexico, more than 32 thousand cases per weekwhich is the highest number in the last wave.
In the following weeks, injuries recorded a decline until they reached an average Two thousand 30 daily cases During the week from January 22 to 28: “The sixth wave of COVID-19 has already begun to decline in Mexico, the trend will continue and the cycle will end (…), it could be a more common disease than the cold season.”
“at this time, In the 32 states, the daily number of COVID cases is decreasing Recording, and it is important to stress that during this wave, hospital bed occupancy rates for people with respiratory diseases have been reduced to a minimum.”
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Immediately after that, the head of the SARS-CoV-2 combat strategy indicated that the downtrend is expected to prevail for a few weeks and that it is finally COVID-19 becomes a respiratory disease during the winter seasons.
1. Get tested to identify the virus
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2. Find treatment in time
3. If you are a healthy person, isolation for 5-7 days is recommended
4. If you are a vulnerable person and have symptoms, isolate yourself for at least 10 days
Despite the decrease in active cases recorded in Mexico, it was last Monday, January 30th The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked not to give up and has declared that COVID-19 continues to constitute a “public health emergency”. of international importance.”
As stated in the statement, the pandemic It is at ‘point of transition“, which still requires careful management,” for possible mitigation Archaeology Denial”.
This announcement of the organism came after a meeting chaired by the Director General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: “As we enter the fourth year of this pandemic, there is no doubt that we are in a much better position now than we were 365 days ago, when there was a wave of omicron variable It was at its peak.”
For their part, WHO experts explained that since the beginning of December, “the number of deaths has been increasing every week, and in the past eight weeks more than 170,000 people in the world have lost their lives due to SARS-CoV-2.”
According to the minutes of “Access Vaccines s treatments The pandemic situation has changed dramatically since 2020, and the WHO director-general has made it clear that he hopes to see an end to the emergency in 2023, especially if access to countermeasures can be improved globally.
A few days ago, the advisors of the WHO expert committee revealed to the agency Reuters This is not the time to end the health emergency, “given the uncertainty about the wave of infections in the country China having lifted its strict restrictions at the end of 2022.” In this way, the World Health Organization warned that “long-term public health measures are needed, as the virus is expected to remain an established pathogen for the foreseeable future.”
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