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Mexico reached an infection record by COVID-19 two days after the start of de-escalation

June 3, 2020

The Mexican Ministry of Health announced Tuesday that a new record of 3,891 daily infections was reached. This corresponds to a total of 97,326 since the outbreak of the health crisis in the country, two days after the government initiated the relaxation of certain restrictions.

On the second day since the “new normal” began, Mexico has counted 470 new deaths from the disease, and there are already 10,637, making it the second largest number of deaths in Latin America after Brazil.

The regions with the most cases and deaths are those most affected by Mexico City, the State of Mexico and Baja California.

Mexico reached an infection record by COVID-19 two days after the start of de-escalationMexico reached an infection record by COVID-19 two days after the start of de-escalation

Health officials have reported that 20,217 cases of healthcare workers have been reported to date, 271 of whom have died. The Director General for Epidemiology, José Luis Alomía, has described Mexico City and the State of Mexico in detail. They are the companies with the most COVID-19 infections in the healthcare sector.