Mexico registers 12,821 new infections in 24 hours

Death toll adds up to 235,740, while confirmed cases reached 2,629,648 In the last 24.

Yucatan approaches 4,000 deaths from coronavirus

Mèrida, Yucatàn (April 21, 2021) (REPORTEROS HOY).- In the State of Yucatan, so far in.

Mexico now, with more than 60,000 deaths, will double the number in 100 days. – University of Washington

Given the scenario of the pandemic in Mexico, in four months, the number of deaths.

Mexico’s inept Government and the 50,000 COVID-19 deaths – One person every four minutes.

From March 18 to date, the federal government predicted several times that deaths and infections.

US Death Toll Surpasses 150,000.

COVID-19 deaths are rising at their fastest rate since May as California, Texas, and Florida.

Harvard health expert predicts an additional 100,000 US coronavirus deaths by September

A Harvard health expert said he expects the US to surpass 200,000 deaths sometime in.

AMLO says the drastic increase in deaths from COVID-19 was due to data adjustment

The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, explained why the number of deaths from.

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Red Tide affecting tourism in Progreso and other ports

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The federal government starts construction of the new Yucatan thermoelectric plant

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System in the Gulf of Mexico has small chance to develop into tropical depression

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61% of the total indigenous-speaking population is concentrated in 5 states

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