translated from Spanish: Mexico adds 37 deaths and 1,378 COVID-19 cases

As of this 1 April, 37 people have died from the disease caused by coronavirus COVID-19, according to Health authorities.
They also confirmed that there are 1,378 positive cases and 3,827 suspects, according to on Wednesday’s report.
At a press conference, José Luis Alomía Zegarra, general director of Epidemiology explained that people diagnosed, 46% are recovered; 51% remain in isolation, while 3% have been deaths.
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It also stated that Mexico City ranks first in the rate of incidence of the virus per entity in the country, presenting, 2.96 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, followed by Quintana Roo, Aguascalientes, and Yucatan.
COVID-19 contagion rate per entity
So far, 12,000 people have been studied in Mexico to check whether or not they have COVID-19 coronaviruses.
According to the Ministry of Health, the population between the ages of 30 and 44 is the ones with the greatest affectation, in the cases confirmed within the country.
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On the global landscape, the authorities noted that to date there are 823 thousand contagions in the world, 77% occurred in the last 14 days. In addition, lethality has increased to 4.9%
The region of the Americas, according to the World Health Organization, continues to concentrate the recent burden, with 35.4% of cases in the last 24 hours.
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