Possibly 130,000 deaths from Covid-19 in Mexico

by midalake @, Thursday, September 03, 2020, 08:38 (28 days ago) @ ZihuaRob

So waiting until there was community contagion to do something is the hallmark of a successful response?

You make assertions that my statements are untrue despite my links in many posts that give evidence to my claims. I find your responses lacking a similar level evidence and therefore find them unconvincing.


No, waiting for community contagion was a condition to moving from one phase to another of the federal government’s response.

Excuse me, amigo, but I don’t believe your links, many based on biased and erroneous media articles, make the case you seem to believe they do. I have based my arguments on experience and existential events including the various responses by the federal government and Mexico’s socio-economic and other unique characteristics.

I think it is pretty clear rob that no one believes the official number at 66,000. Mexico is a third world country and the reporting just is not there. HECK I do not believe the U.S. numbers at 190,000 dead. It is absolutely more.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

So Rob what number would be plausible to you?


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