The coronavirus is disappearing in Italy, according to Italian doctors




The coronavirus is disappearing in Italy, according to Italian doctors
The coronavirus is disappearing in Italy, according to Italian doctors  
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Deaths in Mexico from the coronavirus pandemic rose above 35,000 on Sunday, with the Latin American country overtaking Italy for the world's fourth-highest death total, according to Reuters data. Mexico on Sunday recorded 276 additional fatalities and 4,482 new infections to bring its coronavirus death toll to 35,006, with 299,750 confirmed cases. Italy has recorded 34,954 deaths and 243,061 cases.

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