Mexico: number of people without access to health services by state 2018

In 2018, the state of Mexico had the highest number of people considered socially vulnerable due to their lack of access to healthcare services in Mexico. Out of more than 20 million people in this situation at the national level, nearly 3.5 million people lived in the state of Mexico, while only 82.7 thousand inhabitants in Colima were considered in the same condition.

Number of population considered vulnerable due to lack of access to health services in Mexico in 2018, by state

Population in thousands
State of Mexico 3,489.9
Mexico City 1,761.3
Jalisco 1,591.2
Veracruz 1,379.3
Puebla 1,328.9
Michoacán 995.1
Chiapas 961.1
Guanajuato 814.8
Nuevo León 689.6
Oaxaca 665.1
Baja California 615.1
Guerrero 500.1
Tamaulipas 440
Chihuahua 432.7
Hidalgo 431.6
Coahuila 405.7
Sinaloa 403.6
Sonora 386.8
Morelos 335.3
Tabasco 311.3
Yucatán 310.4
Quintana Roo 269.3
San Luis Potosí 253.6
Querétaro 248.5
Durango 237.8
Zacatecas 188.7
Tlaxcala 183.4
Nayarit 177.1
Aguascalientes 153.1
Campeche 111.4
Baja California Sur 90.2
Colima 82.7
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Release date

July 2019



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