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Mexico reports record one-day coronavirus surge with 2,409 new cases

Reuters | Mexico City | Updated: 15-05-2020 05:49 IST | Created: 15-05-2020 05:49 IST
Mexico reports record one-day coronavirus surge with 2,409 new cases

Mexico's health ministry on Thursday confirmed 257 additional coronavirus deaths and 2,409 new infections, the biggest one-day rise in cases since the pandemic began.

The new infections brought confirmed coronavirus cases to 42,595 and 4,477 deaths in total, according to the official tally.


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