Health reports 2,369 new COVID infections and 23 more deaths

Mexico registers 2,369 new infections of COVID-19 and 23 deaths from the virus, the federal Ministry of Health reported.
In his technical report of the last 24 hours, he indicated that with the recent infections in the country, 7 million 58 thousand 533 cases of coronavirus have been registered since the beginning of the pandemic.
In addition, 329,758 people have died in Mexico from COVID.

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There are currently 764,241 suspected cases and an estimated 18,609 active cases.
The secretariat indicated that, as of Saturday’s cutoff, there are 13,095 deaths suspected of coronavirus.

Mexico City, State of Mexico, Nuevo León, Guanajuato and Jalisco are the five entities with the highest number of accumulated infections.

Diario #COVID19 | Technical Communiqué September 10, 2022
— SALUD Mexico (@SSalud_mx) September 10, 2022

During the two and a half years of the pandemic in the country, five waves of COVID have been recorded.
The first case in Mexico was detected on February 28, 2020.
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