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GONZALEZ-BECERRIL, Juan Gabino  and  MONTOYA-ARCE, Bernardino Jaciel. The risks of sociodemographic vulnerability due to Covid-19 in Mexico 2020. Pap. poblac [online]. 2021, vol.27, n.108, pp.33-73.  Epub Dec 06, 2021. ISSN 2448-7147.

In Mexico we had just concluded a year of political transition and with many questions about the administration of the self-proclaimed fourth transformation, it was heading towards an economic crisis but, Covid-2019 arises, which is deepening and is accompanied by a public health difficulty in the world (a systemic social fact in times of storms that requires to be thought, rethought and unthinkable). In this context, this essay is inscribed in which we propose as an objective to make a reflection on a topic, which was followed in real time in the last eight months (March-October 2020) and that, from the sociodemography we can review its causes and social consequences in Mexico, which created psychosis and uncertainty in all areas of the world and specifically in our country as well as in the State of Mexico.

Keywords : Demographic vulnerability; risk; Covid-19; crisis of the demographic system; economic crisis; health crisis; mobility and immobility.

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