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COVID-19: Mexico Passes 25,000 Deaths

COVID-19: Mexico Passes 25,000 Deaths


More than 25,000 people with Covid-19 have now died in Mexico, with more than 200,000 cases in total, the Mexican government has announced.
The country did not record its first cases until 28 February – weeks after the outbreak took hold in Asia and Europe – and the economy did not shut down until late March.
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The socialist president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, was criticised for being too slow to close it down – and then for being too quick to open it up.
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Businesses started to reopen earlier this month, despite the rolling averages of daily cases and deaths being on a largely upward trajectory.

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