Mexico exceeds 6,000 deaths from coronavirus – Noticieros Televisa

Authorities of the Ministry of Health reported that Mexico exceeded the six thousand dead by coronavirus, upon reaching six thousand 90; in addition, they add 56 thousand 594 confirmed cases accumulated, until the cut of today May 20.

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In a press conference from the National Palace, José Luis Alomía, director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health, detailed that of the confirmed cases 12 thousand 85 are assets and 31 thousand 886 are suspects from Covid-19.

In the last 24 hours 2,248 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and 424 deaths were registered.

Since the beginning of the epidemic in the country, 193,589 people have been studied, of which 105,129 had negative results.

Mexico City and the State of Mexico are the entities with the highest burden of active disease.

Coronavirus cases in the world

The global cases of Covid-19 confirmed by WHO reached the figure of 4.76 million, with a worrying upward trend in daily cases, mainly driven by the advance of the pandemic in American countries such as the United States, Brazil or Peru.

In two of the last four days, the never-before-reached number of 100 thousand cases daily, showing that the global peak of the pandemic is still not reached, since, despite the fact that the numbers continue to decrease in Europe and East Asia, infections continue to increase in the rest of the regions.

Those killed by Covid-19 on the planet today they stood at 317 thousand 529, of which more than half (170 thousand) were registered in Europe, while in America they are about 125 thousand.

The American continent It is the most affected region in terms of number of infections, with 2.1 million, followed by Europe with 1.9 million and the Middle East with 359 thousand infections.

With information from Televisa News.


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