ENSENADA, B.C.- Two of the state’s municipalities remain on the rise in terms of the presence of new COVID-19 infections, with Mexicali being the one with the most active cases, followed by Tijuana and Ensenada, as announced by the Secretary of health, Alonso Óscar Pérez Rico, during the live video broadcast on social media, chaired by the Governor of Baja California, Jaime Bonilla Valdez.
When covering this issue, the health sector official indicated that, in order to protect the population, the State Health Secretary will dialogue with the mayors of each municipality to take restrictions on the analysis and evidence taken by the state government agencies, of activities and flow of people in public places.
Also, he pointed out that, given the questioning of some people about the opening of stadiums for soccer, basketball, and other sports games, games with fans are still not allowed.
In addition, he provided updated information about the pandemic, where Mexicali goes up from active cases to 193, Tijuana goes down to 92, Ensenada goes up to 61, San Quintín goes up to 21, Tecate to 15, Rosarito goes down to 8, and San Felipe goes up to 8, giving a total of 398 active cases in the state.
There are 36 thousand 814 patients tested with the complete protocol, of which 14 thousand 213 have been negative, thousand 750 are still suspicious, and 20 thousand 851 confirmed; Mexicali adds 42 new cases, Tijuana 26, Ensenada 12, San Quintín 2, Tecate 5, Rosarito 1 and San Felipe 6.
Of the deaths, 3,704 to date are counted, Mexicali with 4 and Tijuana with 2 in the last hours, while Ensenada, Tecate, San Quintín, and San Felipe remain the same.
The head of Health in Baja California urged the population to continue strengthening protection measures, to properly use face masks, as well as to stop conglomerating in unnecessary activities.