Mexico has more than 100000 deaths in the new crown

Mexico City, November 19, Mexico’s Ministry of health released the new epidemic data on November 19, showing that 576 new death cases, a total of 100104 cases, and 4472 new confirmed cases, a total of 1019543 cases. Guadalupe Soto, an epidemiologist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, told reporters that many Mexican people do not know that they have chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, and the risk of death after infection with the new crown is relatively high. In addition, a large number of poor people live in poor environment, unable to guarantee health conditions, which increases the risk of disease transmission. According to the data of Johns Hopkins University, Mexico is the fourth country in the world with more than 100000 deaths. On the 14th, Mexico became the 11th country in the world with a cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeding 1 million.