MONTERREY (Reuters) - The spread of the coronavirus has spurred Mexican authorities to impose local restrictions on mobility, commerce, and leisure, particularly in popular tourist destinations, even as the government seeks to revive the battered economy.
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（2）Moreno said the government expected the total number of deaths in Guayaquil’s surrounding province of Guayas, home to 3.8 million Ecuadoreans, to reach between 2,500 and 3,500. “We’re building a special camp for the fallen,” he said.
（4）Monywa Aung Shin, a senior official from the ruling National League for Democracy party, told Reuters he believed the election would make no difference to the trajectory of the pandemic.
（6）MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador stopped to take a photo with a singer known for his celebratory “narcocorridos” during the president’s visit to Sinaloa on Wednesday.
（7）More measures are expected to follow on Friday to prevent hospitals being overwhelmed by the spike in cases.
（10）Moody’s rating service said the economic risk to China’s neighbors was likely to be greater than from SARS.