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Mexico registers 2,143 coronavirus cases, 94 deaths

Reuters | Mexico City | Updated: 06-04-2020 05:43 IST | Created: 06-04-2020 05:43 IST
Mexico registers 2,143 coronavirus cases, 94 deaths

Mexico on Sunday had registered 2,143 cases of the novel coronavirus in the country, an increase of 253 cases from a day earlier, the health ministry said.

The number of deaths linked to the virus rose by 15 to 94.



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