The death toll from Govt-19 is 60% higher than reported

The death toll from Govt-19 is 60% higher than reported

(CNN) – The Mexican government has released a report saying the death toll from Covit-19 in the country has surpassed 321,000, which is 60% more than the total number of 201,429 deaths reported on Saturday.

From the onset of the epidemic to February 14, 2021, 294,287 people have died from Kovit-19, according to a new report.

Since then, between February 15 and Saturday, there have been 27,223 additional deaths from Govt-19, according to a CNN analysis of data from the Ministry of Health.

For a total of more than 321,000 deaths from Govt-19, these figures reflect that the number of deaths from the disease in the country is almost 60% higher than the official number.

A graveyard is being exhumed on March 25, 2021 in Valle de Salco, Mexico to make room for someone who recently died due to lack of space at the San Miguel Gico Cemetery. Credit: Hector Vivas / Getty Images

According to the report, the increase in deaths from the onset of the disease was 417,002 and 70.6% of them were associated with Govit-19. More deaths are seen compared to the number of deaths expected based on previous data.

According to the data in the report, the death toll in Mexico will be higher than in Brazil, ranking the country second only to the United States.

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