COVID-19 cases in Mexico rise to 2,785, with 141 deaths
They detail that there are 15,099 suspected cases, as well as 7,526 negatives
The Ministry of Health reported Tuesday night that the number of deaths from the coronavirus reached 141 and the cases of contagion rose to two thousand 785.
As of Monday, there were 2,439 cases reported, so today's represent an increase of 346 more infections.
In addition, the death toll rose from Monday to Tuesday from 125 to 141, said José Luis Alomía, director of Epidemiology.
During this Tuesday, the Secretary of Health, Jorge Alcocer Varela, recognized that there is a deficit of nurses to face the coronavirus in Mexico. This, after the World Health Organization ( WHO ) said that there is a shortage of nurses in the country.
In addition, the Undersecretary of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, declared in an interview that the sales of mouthguards to China must have stopped, since several governors of the country accused that there are not enough supplies to face the pandemic.
Google translation from Informador.