Coronavirus in Mexico: Government confirmed 12 cases

Coronavirus in Mexico: Government confirmed 12 cases

Coronavirus in Mexico: In the daily Coronavirus Report, Mexican health authorities indicated that in the last 24 hours, the cases confirmed by Covid-19 increased from seven to 12.

Coronavirus in Mexico

The newly infected are a 43-year-old man in Queretaro with a history of traveling to Spain. Two new cases in Mexico City, a 43-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman who moved to the same country, a case of a 64-year-old woman, detected in the State of Mexico who made a trip to the United States. And finally, a case in Nuevo Leon, the which is a 57-year-old man. As reported on Wednesday afternoon by the Secretary of Health of that state.


Regarding the case of an infected person reported Tuesday night in Puebla. The health authorities indicated that a man who traveled to Italy for work. However, this is seen as a carrier of the virus since it does not develop symptoms; the same happened with another individual from Mexico City. Jose Luis Aloma, the general director of Epidemiology, added that the contacts that were under follow-up of these 11 cases added up to 222, of which 218 remain asymptomatic. Of which 4 presented symptoms, of which three already had negative results, and one is still pending results.

Coronavirus in Mexico: On the other hand, 49 suspected cases contemplated. And 264 negative cases reported. Also, the Sinaloa patient-reported as recovered, since he obtained a negative result in his second sample collection.
In the world panorama, the number of 4,627 new infected with the virus and 4,292 recent deaths confirmed. Adding four countries, of which two, Bolivia and Jamaica, are in the Americas region. As for the cases reported in the United States, the infected number 696. And there is also a figure of 25 deaths.

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