4-month-old Isaac and 9-day-old Lupita were given a clean bill of health by a hospital in Villahermosa, Tabasco.
The Health Ministry will use the anti-malaria drug to treat 20,000 Covid-19 outpatients despite doubts about its efficacy and the risk of it causing death.
The death toll reported on Friday is 13% higher than the previous high of 424 on Wednesday. There were more than 1,300 new deaths in the past three days.
Hospitals are on the verge of collapse due to the large numbers of Covid-19 patients they are treating, the resort city’s mayor said on Thursday.
If the economy contracts by 12%, 16.4 million additional people would find themselves in “income poverty” and 18 million more in “extreme income poverty.”
The checkpoints will be placed at the bus station and the four highways leading into town and manned by the National Guard, police and other officials.
Reopening the economy without widespread Covid-19 testing will cause Mexico to “lose control” of the pandemic for a second time.
The outlook is not so hopeful for at least two dozen municipalities that initially made the list of those that were coronavirus-free.
The Health Ministry reported almost 3,000 new cases on Thursday and more than 400 deaths as hospitals in Mexico City come under increasing pressure.
The coronavirus lockdown is a serious affair in many communities in Campeche and Yucatán: no outsiders are allowed in and almost no locals leave.
After a month and a half of development, engineers at the National Institute of Health Sciences and Nutrition are ready to roll out a new ventilator.
The governor is hoping for hotels to get back to work internally on June 1 and prepare their facilities and employees for reopening between June 8 and 10.
There were 2,248 new cases, lifting the cumulative tally to 56,594. There have been more than 2,000 new cases on each of the past seven days.
To limit the risk of Covid-19 infection, the state workers health service has adopted a new system to communicate with the family members of patients.
Most coronavirus mitigation restrictions are expected to remain in place in Mexico City until June 15, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said on Wednesday.
The 25,000-peso loans (approximately US $1,072) will be offered to some 100,000 itinerant vendors who have had to close their stalls due to the coronavirus.
Days after the hotel association announced it was preparing for a partial opening of hotels on June 1, the organization pushed back the date indefinitely.
The United States has announced that border restrictions between the U.S., Canada and Mexico will continue for an additional 30 days until June 22.
Nurses who had traveled to Mexico City to join the fight against the coronavirus were victims of extortion in the hotels provided for their accommodation.
Authorities found large quantities of medical waste dumped in woods outside Mexico City and leaky hospital bags crammed into a warehouse in Puebla.
More people are leaving their homes more regularly even as the coronavirus continues to worsen: the number of new cases yesterday was the highest ever.
It seems that only a pandemic can stop Mexico City’s Don Chuy and company from stewing the traditional birria from their native Jalisco.
Despite no reported cases of the coronavirus, no country wants to allow them to leave the ship to return home to their families.
Covid-19 was listed as the confirmed, suspected or possible cause of death on 4,577 death certificates, over four times higher than the number reported.
The only hotels that should be open for the foreseeable future are those providing service for people carrying out activities deemed essential.