Mexico City coronavirus test lab draws lines of people

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Dozens of people waited in their cars and on the sidewalk at a laboratory in an upscale Mexico City neighborhood on Wednesday to be tested for coronavirus, eager for diagnoses despite the government’s insistence that not everyone needs to be tested.

People wearing protective masks are pictured at a drive-through coronavirus testing site, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, in Mexico City, Mexico March 25, 2020. (REUTERS/Gustavo Graf/MANILA BULLETIN)

Mexico has reported 475 cases of coronavirus since detecting the first infection in late February, although some experts say the government’s limited testing means the true number could be higher. Six people with the virus have died.

Alejandra Quintero, 46, said she went to the Biomedica lab in Lomas de Chapultepec on her doctor’s recommendation because she had a fever

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