Resplandor del ZIHelo Tropical

by jaui @, Zihuatanejo, Sunday, January 16, 2022, 13:18 (127 days ago) @ Lalo
edited by jaui, Monday, January 17, 2022, 00:54

In English it would be ‘death rate’. In other words with 330 active cases there are likely to
be 19.8 deaths attributed to the virus. Please wear your face masks when around other people to protect them! "


@Lalo & other Board Users

I did find this (possibly) more "formal", terminology--->

Mortality rate
Mortality rate, or death rate, is a measure of the number of deaths in a particular population, scaled to the size of that population, per unit of time.

And the "Morbidity" rate would be another stat to know.
Entonces, la pregunta es:

De la población con aproximadamente 120,00 habitantes en el municipio de Zihuatanejo de Azueta,
¿Cuál es el porcentaje de la población que han tenido Covid_19?

IF someone has that stat (?) for example, besides the %age, giving it in #of people per 1,000 would be a useful figure as well.
If for example 10 people per 1,000 had the virus, multiply 10 X 120, would tell us that 1200 persons, or 1% got infected.

17_Enero_2022 UPDATE:

Maybe Z Rob could intervene please IF you have the figure?
At the least, if one knows how many people/patients to date have been "officialy" counted with a confirmed Dx of Covid by the Hospital(s) in the area, that should provide at least a "ballpark" figure, recognizing that there are patients who had the virus, BUT were NOT officially counted.

In Z area, I suspect that the majority (2/3) of the population never got infected.
If 1/3 of the overall supposed population of 120,000 had acquired the Covid 19, that would be around 40,000 people, I don't think that that is the situation in Z.

Thanks in advance, to anyone who cares to intervene with the relevant figures that are available.

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