Violence in Mexico is up near record levels after 35 people were killed this weekend, as officials point to a worsening of gang and cartel violence across the country.

The month of March saw over 2,000 homicides, the highest body count since 2011 when Mexico was coping with massive cartel violence. Now, unlike previous spikes in bloodshed, the killings are not confined to any one particular area or state. Instead, bodies are turning up across Mexico.

According to government statistics, the first quarter of 2017 has seen more murders than comparable periods in more than 20 years. In 25 out of 32 Mexican states homicide rates have increased relative to last year alone. Mexican police and political leaders say the violence is linked to a variety of factors related to a booming drug production and smuggling industry, as well as internal cartel leadership quarrels and external turf battles between rival cartels.

Previously Mexico’s violence capital was Ciudad Juarez, where executions and mutilated corpses were routine events as cartels fought for influence and territory primarily between 2008 and 2012. Now, even previously innocuous and tourist destinations like Cancun have become a battleground for cartel gunmen.