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Mexico sees fatalities from COVID-19 rise to single-day record as officials warn against makeshift oxygen machines – ABC News

Mexico’s health ministry has confirmed 1,803 new coronavirus deaths on Thursday, marking a record high since the pandemic began last year, as fatalities continue to tick up in the country with the world’s fourth-highest death toll.
Key points:

  • Only the United States, Brazil and India have reported more COVID-19 fatalities
  • Mexico has begun rolling out its vaccination program, but infections continue to rise
  • Mexico City is the epicentre of the pandemic, and hospitals are at 89 per cent capacity

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