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May 18, 2020
It is unlikely that higher summer temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere limit the spread of the coronavirus, according to a report released Monday by Princeton University in the United States. Numerous statistical studies conducted in recent months have shown an existing correlation between climate and pandemic, specifically that the warmer and more humid the environment,...
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According to the report of the technical file of the Ministry of Health ( SSa ), until this Monday, May 18, there are 51,633 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Mexico, adding 2,414 in the past day, reaching a new record on the same day that hundreds of cities start to ease restrictions. Mexico began...
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In the face of the coronavirus pandemic in Mexico, some people have chosen, in exchange for a fee of $15,000 pesos, to have death certificates of their loved ones altered to remove the cause of death as probable COVID-19 infection. The “managers” or “coyotes” issuing death certificates offer the document stating the cause of death...
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According to the Institute of Astronomy and Meteorology ( IAM ) of the University of Guadalajara ( UdeG ), the rainy season in 2020 is forecast to start between June 9 and 15. This was announced by the IAM meteorologist, Martha Diana Alcocer, who explained that this season will have moderate or slightly more intense...
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Local governments across Mexico pushed back Monday against President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s call to reopen the economy in some 300 townships that do not have active cases of coronavirus, with leaders saying they preferred to wait until June before resuming normal activities. Mexico, which has reported nearly 50,000 total cases and some 5,000 deaths,...
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