2020 is set to become Mexico’s deadliest year on record. Despite hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic would slow down violent crime, it’s had the opposite effect. Reporters visited Culiacán a city of about 800,000, and the headquarters of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel.
Mexico’s health ministry on Tuesday reported 6,476 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections and 827 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 606,036 cases and 65,241 deaths.
The government has said the real number of infected people is likely significantly higher than the confirmed cases.
Mexico’s health ministry on Monday reported 3,719 new confirmed cases of #Coronavirus infections and 256 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 599,560 cases and 64,414 deaths.
The true number for both figures given above is almost certainly significantly higher due to the low level of testing nationwide. Mexico’s testing rate ranks among the lowest in Latin America, with just 0.4 tests per 1,000 people #COVID19
For some reason we believe that we not the only ones here that can be considered #Twitter #refugees! I guess we been part of a cull or somethings else did piss them folks at the blue bird off as we did not act in any way malicious. Guess is we did not use it enough, however we logged in and tweet enough to be worthy for their platform, let's see how that works out here.