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Mexico has registered more than 4,000 new cases and 273 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic

July 6, 2020

The Mexican government reported 4,683 new cases and 273 additional deaths this Sunday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already seen 256,848 patients and 30,639 deaths in Mexico. Mexico is the eighth country with the most cases of the new corona virus in the world, already over Spain.

The President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, said in his Sunday message that the data from Mexico cannot be compared with that from France and Spain. “If we see the deceased per million inhabitants because unfortunately almost three (times) more people died in Spain than in Mexico,” he said.

“I even apologize to the Spanish people, to the French people, because we cannot compare. However, the yellowing of conservatism in Mexico (…) is very common and it is important to clarify things,” he said according to the newspaper . The universal ‘.

Mexico has registered more than 4,000 new cases and 273 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemicMexico has registered more than 4,000 new cases and 273 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic

The capital city of Mexico City is the region with the most positive results of more than 52,000, according to the Ministry of Health. Under Secretary of State Hugo López-Gatell emphasized, however, that there is “a progressive and constant decline” in the cases, with the capital falling by three weeks.

López-Gatell also took the opportunity to congratulate Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum on the order to close the shops in the old town at the weekend. According to the newspaper “Milenio”, this is an “example of a decision of the executive”.