Coronavirus latest news and updates from around the world

Aerial view of graves at a special area designated for Covid-19 victims, at the Municipal Pantheon of Valle de Chalco in Mexico, on March 26.
Aerial view of graves at a special area designated for Covid-19 victims, at the Municipal Pantheon of Valle de Chalco in Mexico, on March 26. Alfredo Estrella/AFP/Getty Images

Mexico’s government has revealed the country’s Covid-19 death toll is over 321,000 – 60% more than the 201,429 total deaths officially reported as of Saturday.

According to a new government report, from the start of the pandemic through February 14, 2021, there were 294,287 deaths from Covid-19.

Since then, there have been 27,223 additional deaths, according to a CNN analysis of health ministry data, bringing the total to over 321,000.

If the data in this report is correct, Mexico’s death toll would be higher than Brazil’s and would place the country as second worst hit in the world, following the United States.

 

 

Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *