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Corex announces two new gold zones in Mexico

Corex Gold has announced two new gold zones at its Caliche property in Sonora State, Mexico.

A total of 22 samplings have been collected from the first new zone, called San Quentin. The average of the samples is 0.750 grams per tonne of gold, while the highest value recorded is 3.670 grams per tonne.

The second new zone is Cabeza Blanca, where a 100 meter centre grid returned an average of 1.79 grams per tonne of gold. The high assay here was 6.66 grams per tonne.

As well as this, Corex has expanded the La Espanola area, with a new define area of favourable alteration and anomalous gold measuring 300 meters across and 700 meters on strike.

The company is also continuing its geological mapping, rock chip, and other sampling programs at the Caliche property.

Other zones include El Zorillo, Los Japoneses and Chinos Altos.


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