Mexico is the worst country before Covid; ‘AMLO minimizes pandemic’: Bloomberg

Mexico is the worst country before Covid; ‘AMLO minimizes pandemic’: Bloomberg
Mexico is the worst country before Covid; ‘AMLO minimizes pandemic’: Bloomberg
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Mexico is the worst country among 53 nations with economies of more than 200 billion dollars, to live during the COVID-19 era, according to a ranking by Bloomberg News released on Tuesday.

The first place in the ranking is held by New Zealand, considered the best country. Then there are Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Finland. China, the country where the virus that causes COVID-19 originated, is in eighth place. Further down, 18th place, is the United States. And Mexico, at number 53.

The US agency affirms that Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico, has minimized the pandemic.

He explains that as COVID-19 has spread around the world, it has challenged preconceptions about which places would best address the worst public health crisis in a generation.

Advanced economies like the United States and the United Kingdom, ranked by various pre-2020 measures as the most prepared for a pandemic, have repeatedly been overwhelmed by infections and face a return to costly lockdowns.

Meanwhile, other countries, including developing nations, have defied expectations, some have almost eliminated the pathogen within their borders, ”says the US agency in the COVID Resilience Ranking.

“Where has the virus been managed most effectively with the least amount of disruption to business and society?” Bloomberg asks. Then use 10 key metrics to show the worst and best places to live during the pandemic.

The metrics include everything from growth in virus cases to overall death rate, testing capabilities, and vaccine supply agreements places have forged. The capacity of the local health care system, the impact of virus-related restrictions such as economic lockdowns, and the freedom of movement of citizens are also taken into account.

Mexico, which last week surpassed 100,000 deaths from COVID-19, is ranked 53 out of 53, according to Bloomberg. The agency claims that Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico, has downplayed the pandemic.

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The Mexican government reported on Monday a total of 101 thousand 926 deaths and one million 049 thousand 358 cases of COVID-19 by adding 250 deaths and 7 thousand 483 infections in the last day. When presenting the daily technical report, the Ministry of Health (SSa) recognized that the number of estimated cases could be one million 217 thousand 657 due to the people still waiting for their confirmatory test, although it argued that only 45 thousand 635 cases are active, 4 percent.


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