Coronavirus in Mexico: April 16, 2021

Until this Thursday, April 15, there were 211,213 deaths caused by the coronavirus disease in Mexico. This means that in the last 24 hours, 401 new deaths were added to the national statistics.

The updated numbers were announced by José Luis Alomía, national director of Epidemiology, who also detailed that from week 12 to 13 of 2021, a decrease of 12% was reported in estimated cases (sum of confirmed and suspected infections) nationally, accounting for 2,486,596 total cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Likewise, 1,820,959 people recovered from the disease . . .

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