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Mexico adds more than 668,000 positive results, and the government expects a “significant reduction” in cases in October

The Mexican government confirmed this Sunday that there are already 668,381 cases and 70,821 deaths in the country from the new coronavirus, despite authorities expecting a “significant reduction” in devastation from the pandemic in October.

Under-Secretary of State for Prevention and Health Promotion of the Mexican Government, Hugo López-Gatell, pointed out during the press conference this Sunday that the situation of the pandemic in the country is “decreasing” and is confident that there will be “sustainable reductions” if current de-escalation measures are maintained become.

With that in mind, López-Gatell has announced that Mexico has seen the number of cases and deaths from COVID-19 decline for the seventh year in a row.

Mexico adds more than 668,000 positive results, and the government expects a “significant reduction” in cases in October
Mexico adds more than 668,000 positive results, and the government expects a “significant reduction” in cases in October

Among the numbers the official offered are the 40,178 cases that are estimated to be still active, which is 6 percent of the total; the 82,870 classified as suspects; in addition to the 471,623 people who have recovered from the disease.

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