The Governor of the State of Mexico, Alfredo del Mazo MazaHe reported through his social networks that tested positive for COVID-19.
The state president indicated in a message that the news was notified to him this Thursday and that he will remain isolated, from there “he will continue to attend to the relevant matters of the State.”
“I want to inform you that I received confirmation of being positive #Covid_19mx. I will remain isolated and remain attentive to the relevant matters of the State. I have mild symptoms. I hope to get out soon and resume activities. I reiterate the call to continue caring for our relatives,” Del Mazo wrote on his Twitter account on January 20.
Alfredo del Mazo calls for vaccination
During his visit to the municipality of Zumpango on Wednesday, Del Mazo Maza called on the population that does not have any dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to get immunized as soon as possible to avoid health complications, and called on the “stragglers ” to appear at the special modules that were opened to continue with the vaccination.
The Mexican president acknowledged an increase in infections in the entity, but assured that it does not coincide with an increase in the number of hospitalized people.
“We have had a significant increase in the number of infections, but fortunately not in hospitalizations. What should we do? Get vaccinated, who has not been vaccinated, reinforcement to those who have the reinforcement and continue to maintain preventive measures, “he said.
COVID-19 in the State of Mexico
The governor’s call is made when the State of Mexico exceeded on January 19 more than 180,000 infections by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, as well as 1,267 hospitalized. under the new Omicron variant.
According to figures from state authorities, the municipalities most affected by the rapid spread of the virus are Ecatepec, Nezahualcóyotl, Toluca, Naucalpan, Tlanepantla, Chalco, Tultitlán, Ixtapaluca and Cuautitlán Izcalli.
Governor Del Mazo indicated that currently 89% of Mexicans have been vaccinated against COVID-19, with more than 23 million vaccines. This figure places the State of Mexico above the national average, which is 82%.
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