Mexican health officials reported this Friday that the country has exceeded the 20,000 coronavirus deaths after registering more than 600 in the past 24 hours.
In particular, 647 additional deaths have been confirmed, bringing the number of deaths worldwide to 20,394.
Likewise, the 5,030 additional cases registered this Friday increased to 170,485 cases infected with COVID-19 in Mexico. This emerges from the balance offered by the director of epidemiology, José Luis Alomía, collected by the newspaper ‘El Universal’.
On the other hand, Alomía has announced that two companies will switch to orange lights – the color system that the Mexican authorities need to use to assess the situation of the coronavirus and work towards the return of productive activities – while 15 remain red as Tabasco points to the maximum risk of infection has decreased.