We are not declaring the end of the COVID-19 epidemic: López-Gatell in last evening conference

The federal official explained that if the current panorama were compared with a previous moment of the epidemic, Mexico would be at levels similar to those of the first and second week of April 2020.

“The reduction has been very substantial, and we are like in the initial moments of the epidemic, of course with the enormous difference, very encouraging that instead of going with an upward epidemic, we are going with a downward epidemic”, Gatell mentioned.

Gatell He concluded by reiterating that it is very important that “it is clear” that the end of the pandemic is not being declared and that the health authorities are aware that the epidemic activity is very substantial in 5 entities.

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