Mexico reaches one million COVID-19 cases, nears 100,000 deaths
Mexico now has one million cases of the coronavirus and official figures show that nearly 100,000 people have died, making it the country with the fourth-highest COVID-19-related deaths in the world after the United States, India and Brazil.
Authorities in Mexico City have imposed 15 days of tighter restrictions on its bars and restaurants after lifting the partial lockdown earlier.
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