Coronavirus Death Toll Of Mexico Surpasses That Of France

On Saturday, Mexico reported 523 new coronavirus cases as its total cases hit 30,366 as the country beats France to become the fifth highest in the world.

Coronavirus Death Toll Of Mexico Surpasses That Of France

Mexico reported 523 more coronavirus deaths on Saturday, pushing its tally to 30,366, overtaking France to become the fifth-highest in the world.

The health ministry also reported 6,914 new infections and a total of 252,165 confirmed cases.

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Deputy Health Minister Hugo Gatell reiterated that the actual number of infected was probably significantly higher.

“We knew from the beginning that the cases we report here do not represent the total number of people with COVID-19 in Mexico,” he told a regular news conference.

“Neither Mexico nor any other country in the world aims to make an exhaustive count.”

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Citing unpublished figures from the civil registry, broadcaster Milenio said that by June 19 almost twice as many people had died from the virus as reported by Gatell.

Reuters was unable to immediately verify the information.

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