Mexico recorded its deadliest day from COVID-19 on Tuesday with 236 fatalities, reaching a total of 2,507 dead since the beginning of the pandemic in late February.
In addition, it was the first time that more than 200 deaths were recorded in a single day. The previous record was April 28 with 163 deaths in a single day.
The number of cases of people infected with COVID-19 increased to 26,025 confirmed patients, according to the Ministry of Health (SSa).
On Mexico's deadliest day, Puerto Vallarta did not report . . .