Mexico describes death from influenza AH1N1
Mexico describes death from influenza AH1N1. Photograph: Archive
Mexico, December 15 (RHC) The Mexican Ministry of Health discovered that 70 people died as a result of AH1N1 and 11 flu virus as well as other viruses.
According to the report set out by the Excelsior newspaper, a total of 236 cases of inflammation and the groups with the highest number of cases have been identified; Applications between 1 and 9 years, and those over 60 and 40 to 49.
The General Ministry of Health Epidemiology (DGE) Department also reported that there are 81 deaths, 86.41 per cent are equivalent to that virus that has pandemic in 2009.
According to the weekly report, a further 300 other cases were reported to the seasonal flu season 2018-2019 until the previous week was 936.
This figure is the highest of the last six years, in the same period of the bad times, although the number of deaths is only one lower than 82 reported in the 2013 season -2014, the worst after the crisis of 2009-2011.
Of the total probationary cases in this period, over 80 per cent respond to influenza AH1N1, 13 per cent to B, 5 per cent to A and 1 per cent to AH3N2.
The states with the largest influenza are: Oaxaca, Veracruz, Guerrero, Mexico City and Tlaxcala, which together accounts for 41.7% of the total. (Source: PL)
Prepared by Lorena Viñas Rodríguez