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June 5, 2020
According to a study conducted by data scientists, Sarahí Aguilar and Moisés Arispe, published in Nexos, Mexico City actually experienced 7,198 deaths due to COVID-19, although the government is only reporting 2,139 during the two months being investigated, showing a gap between the government’s reporting and death certificates in the Civil Registry. The figure by...
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José Luis Alomía, General Director of Epidemiology, reported that this Friday, June 5, Mexico reached 13,170 deaths from COVID-19. In addition, there are 110,026 cases since the first positive case began on February 28 last. There are 19,015 confirmed active cases in the country. There are 116,049 negative cases, 48,822 suspects, and a total of...
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A group of hooded protesters vandalized the United States Embassy in Mexico this Friday, as well as other businesses located in the surroundings, allegedly in protest of the crime of Giovanni López, a bricklayer who was killed while in police custody in the state of Jalisco. The U.S. played no role in the killing of...
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While the Federal Government of Mexico did not report any new cases of COVID-19 in Puerto Vallarta for Thursday, June 5, the Jalisco Health Secretariat reported an increase of 126 new cases in Puerto Vallarta, increasing from 276 to 402 on Thursday. The discrepancy in the numbers comes from the COVID Laboratory of the University...
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Weeks ago, civil defense officials in Mexico’s Tabasco state, one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and now Tropical Storm Cristobal, asked health authorities for daily lists of infections in vulnerable communities. State civil defense chief Jorge Mier y Terán designated a shelter in each township for people infected with the virus, but...
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In the middle of difficult times in Mexico, between the coronavirus and police brutality sparking protests, the Popocatépetl volcano had a thunderous awaking last night, June 4, at 11:00 PM. The National Center for Civil Protection reported through its Twitter account that the event presented a moderate content of ash and an eruptive column 1...
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Giovanni López was arrested on May 4 by a group of policemen for not wearing a mask, according to witnesses, while walking through the Valles de los Olivos subdivision in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, in the state of Jalisco. The day after his arrest, the 30-year-old citizen lost his life while in the custody of the...
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