Keren Vallejo (pictured) is among the 2,240 mothers in Mexico who’ve died because of complications from their pregnancy …

Keren Vallejo (pictured) is among the 2,240 mothers in Mexico who’ve died because of complications from their pregnancy since the pandemic began.

When Covid-19 patients overwhelmed the health-care system, government leaders prioritized their care over that of expectant mothers, turning labor and delivery—and more broadly, women’s health—into an afterthought.

Pregnancy-related death rates across the country spiked by more than 60% in the first year of the pandemic, an analysis published in the journal BMC Public Health shows. By the beginning of 2021, 81 women were dying for every 100,000 live births, based on government data, compared with 24 at the same time in 2019.

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