Mexico Marks Grim Coronavirus Milestone, Passes 100,000 Deaths

With a population of about 125 million, Mexico accounts for over 7% of confirmed deaths globally, according to a Reuters tally.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico, the most populous country in the Spanish-speaking world, has registered 100,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths within days of passing the grim milestone of one million infections, official data showed on Thursday, November 19th.

Mexico’s official death toll from COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus, is among the highest worldwide, and in the Americas lags only behind the United States and Brazil.

“Mexican society had no prior antecedent of an acute, infectious disease that could cause such rapid spread and affect the lives of so many,” Hugo Lopez-Gatell, the public . . .

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