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Mexico exceeds 10,000 COVID-19 deaths on the day “the new normal” begins.

June 2, 2020

The Mexican Department of Health announced this Monday that there were 93,435 new coronavirus cases and 10,167 deaths from the disease on the day the country resumed “the new normal” and resumed economic activity.

In a recent report on the situation of the new coronavirus in the country, the Mexican health authorities have shown that states like Sinaloa and Puebla have joined the peak of infections, while Mexico City and Tabasco continue to focus the pandemic’s greatest activity.

Mexico has resumed “the new normal” this Monday with the opening of some economic sectors that have been closed in the past few weeks after the government’s National Day of Healthy Distance has ended to stop the pandemic from progressing.

Mexico exceeds 10,000 COVID-19 deaths on the day “the new normal” begins.Mexico exceeds 10,000 COVID-19 deaths on the day “the new normal” begins.

The President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has also resumed his tours across the country and made his first stop in Isla Mujeres during his visit to the Yucatan Peninsula.