Source: The Washington Post
MEXICO CITY — After suffering one of the world’s deadliest coronavirus outbreaks, Mexico is witnessing a significant decrease in cases — and the U.S. vaccination campaign might be one reason, scientists say.
Confirmed deaths from covid-19, the disease caused by the virus, have tumbled more than 85 percent since January, when a brutal second wave swept the country. Mexico City, the epicenter of the country’s outbreak, went off high alert this month for the first time in a year. Officials say the capital’s coronavirus alert could soon turn from yellow to green — that is, from medium risk to low.