translated from Spanish: Mexico totals 411 COVID-19 deaths and posts 83,507 deaths

Health authorities recorded 411 more deaths from COVID-19 coronavirus, for a total of 83,507 confirmed deaths from the disease.
They also confirmed 5,019 cases, so there are already 809,751 people who have contracted the disease since the onset of the epidemic.
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In addition, the percentage of positivity, which is the level of suspicious people testing positive, increased to 39%, between week 38 and 39.
According to estimates from authorities, 939,600 people have had COVID-19s so far from the epidemic, but only 4% remain as active cases for developing symptoms in the last 14 days.
For the first time in 9 weeks of case decline, authorities reported a slight 1% increase in contagion, between week 38 and 39 of the epidemic.
At a press conference, they also presented a 29% reduction in deaths over the same period.
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