Mexico registers first case of Indian version of Kovid-19 World

Mexico registers first case of Indian version of Kovid-19 World

Hey Mexico Officials reported the first case of the Indian version of coronovirus in the state of San Luis Potosí, according to Sunday (2).

Mexico’s population on a shopping street amidst the coronovirus epidemic – Photo: Rebecca Blackwell / AP

Miguel Ongel Lutzow, Secretary, said at a news conference, “Yesterday we were informed of three new isolates, three specimens were identified in three cases, two of which are insignificant. Of local health.”

“It has already been recognized in our country and is actually the first time it has been identified with San Luis Potosi,” he added during a news conference.

The official said the version was identified in a person residing in the state capital and an investigation process is underway.

“Most likely, it was due to contact with people who were in the United States,” he said. He said that the affected person is recovering and is no longer hospitalized.

The Indian form of coronovirus is said to be responsible for the second wave of epidemic in India.

World Health Organization (WHO) Announced last week that the virus mutation was identified in 17 countries, many of them European.

Mexico, with 126 million inhabitants, reported 2,347,780 cases of coronovirus and 217,168 confirmed deaths.

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