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Mexus Gold sales from Santa Elena mine to occur by year end

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Mexus Gold US has announced that the sale of gold from production at its Santa Elena mine located near Caborca, Mexico, is expected to occur by 31 December 2020.

This sale will represent the first 15 days of production from the company’s newly completed heap leach pad. In addition, Mexus continues to blast hole drill on both vein number 2 and the Julio vein at the mine site which coincides with a build out of a drill programme guiding production through 2021.

“The crew at the mine has done a great job of reconstructing our heap leach pad. The production of gold is occurring unencumbered by issues the old heap leach pad presented. The company and staff are meeting all timelines for production which will lead to a monthly increase of gold sales in 2021,” said Mexus CEO, Paul Thompson Sr.

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