Review of Water Problems in the Era of COVID-19

Review Article

Austin J Clin Immunol. 2022; 8(1):1047.

Review of Water Problems in the Era of COVID-19

Maria Del Rosario Molina Gonzalez1*, Celia Yaneth Quiroz Campas2, Gilberto Bermudez Ruiz3, Francisco Espinoza Morales4 and Cruz Garcia Lirios5

1Department Leal Science, Universidad de onora, Mexico

2Department Administrative Sciences, Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora, Mexico

3Department Economy, Universidad Anahuac, Mexico

4Department Administrative Science, Universidad de Sonora, Mexico

5Department Social Work, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de, Mexico

*Corresponding author: Maria del Rosario Molina Gonzalez, Department Leal Science, Universidad de onora, Mexico

Received: May 02, 2022; Accepted: June 07, 2022; Published: June 14, 2022


The objective of this work was to establish press framing networks around the water problem in Mexico City. A documentary study was carried out with press releases related to shortages, shortages, unhealthiness and famine during the period 2019 to 2021. The results show a discreet framing of the press, although the structure of its framing suggests the representation of the problem in the shortage and the solution in the increase in rates, suggesting the extension of the investigation to other scenarios and samples of coverage of the printed media.

Keywords: Scarcity; Leaks; Framing; Mediation


The availability of surface water defines municipal water services. The reduction of this type of water leads to local shortages and residential supply. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in its (2021) report warns of a downward trend in surface water bodies. Mexico registers a decrease added to an unequal distribution. In the north there is a severe shortage and in the south there is significant availability (Figure 1).