COVID-19 bulletin No. 301 – Mexico

Important notice: This report was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the Research Directorate within time constraints. This report is not, and does not purport to be, conclusive as to the merit of any particular claim for refugee protection.

Statistics

Please consult the following sources for the most recent data:

Number of reported cases

Our World in Data. 10 November 2020. "Cumulative Confirmed COVID-19 Cases per Million People." [Accessed 10 Nov. 2020]

Our World in Data. 10 November 2020. "Cumulative Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths per Million People." [Accessed 10 Nov. 2020]

Daily new confirmed COVID-19 cases per million people (seven day rolling average), as of 12 November 2020

Daily new confirmed COVID-19 cases per million people (seven day rolling average), as of 12 November 2020

Our World in Data. 12 November 2020. "Daily New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases per Million People." [Accessed 12 Nov. 2020]

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Breakdown by state/province/region

Number of confirmed cases, deaths, recoveries and active cases per state, as of 12 November 2020

State Confirmed Deaths Recovered Active
Aguascalientes 11,038 914 8,450 1,674
Baja California 24,196 4,026 18,915 1,255
Baja California Sur 13,289 625 11,901 763
Campeche 6,593 860 5,639 94
Chiapas 7,604 1,170 6,438 -4
Chihuahua 23,682 2543 17,317 3,822
Ciudad de Mexico 174,127 12,154 142,328 19,645
Coahuila 36,942 2,707 30,938 3,297
Colima 6,893 724 5,791 378
Durango 16,851 943 13,226 2,682
Guanajuato 52,941 3,584 45,630 3,727
Guerrero 22,756 2,345 20,009 402
Hidalgo 16,898 2,438 13,370 1,090
Jalisco 36,854 4,388 2,9846 2,620
Mexico 102,163 14,476 86,405 1,282
Michoacan 26,353 2,137 23,178 1,038
Morelos 7,235 1,245 5,631 359
Nayarit 6,897 888 5,745 264
Nuevo Leon 58,760 4,159 49,029 5,572
Oaxaca 22,506 1,790 19,550 1,166
Puebla 36,999 4,903 30,711 1,385
Queretaro 16,524 1,238 12,483 2,803
Quintana Roo 13,775 1,864 11,673 238
San Luis Potosi 30,869 2,216 27,062 1,591
Sinaloa 22,766 3,733 18,245 788
Sonora 39,883 3,218 35,026 1,639
Tabasco 35,306 3,006 31,​364 936
Tamaulipas 33,362 2,775 29,450 1,137
Tlaxcala 8,721 1,250 7,322 149
Veracruz 38,093 5,138 32,254 701
Yucatan 22,331 1,884 19,522 925
Zacatecas 12,970 1,089 9,907 1,​974

Extracted from: John Hopkins: Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE). 12 November 2020. “COVID-19/csse_covid_19_data/csse_covid_19_daily_reports/.” [Accessed 12 Nov. 2020]

Testing rate

The share of COVID-19 tests that are positive ("positive rate"*)

The share of COVID-19 tests that are positive

Our World in Data. 2 November 2020. "Mexico: The Share of COVID-19 Tests that Are Positive." [Accessed 12 Nov. 2020]

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* According to the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Public health criteria to adjust public health and social measures in the context of COVID-19, published on 12 May 2020, “[l]ess than 5% of samples positive for COVID-19, at least for the last 2 weeks, assuming that surveillance for suspected cases is comprehensive,” is one of the indications that the epidemic is "controlled".

Government measures

Entry/exit, quarantine measures and internal mobility

Refer to the United Nations (UN)'s World Food Programme (WFP) COVID-19 Global Travel Restrictions and Airline Information for the most up-to-date information on entry and exit restrictions, quarantine measures, and internal mobility in Mexico.

The United Nations (UN)'s International Organization for Migration (IOM)'s Mobility Impacts COVID-19 portal provides regularly updated data on the restrictions and procedures applicable at specific points of entry (international and regional airports, border crossings and checkpoints).

Entry/exit

 

United Nations (UN). 11 November 2020. World Food Programme (WFP). "COVID-19 Global Travel Restrictions and Airline Information: Mexico." [Accessed 18 Nov. 2020]

 

Quarantine measures/procedures at port-of-entry

United Nations (UN) 11 November 2020. World Food Programme (WFP). " COVID-19 Global Travel Restrictions and Airline Information: Mexico." [Accessed 18 Nov. 2020]

Internal mobility

United Nations (UN). 11 Nov. 2020. World Food Programme (WFP). "COVID-19 Global Travel Restrictions and Airline Information: Mexico." [Accessed 18 Nov. 2020]

United States (US). 13 November 2020. United States Embassy & Consulates in Mexico. "COVID-19 Information for U.S. Citizens in Mexico." [Accessed 18 Nov. 2020]