During the COVID-19 cases update the Secretary of Health, Alonso Pérez Rico, reported that Baja California continues to rank 6th with most positive cases at a national level.
As of Wednesday July 8th, the region has 10 thousand 276 coronavirus cases, which are distributed, state wise, in the following way: Mexicali 5 thousand 576 (96 new), Tijuana 3 thousand and 052 (19), Ensenada 958 (54), Tecate 248, San Quintin 198 (4), San Felipe 133 (9) and Rosarito 111 (1).
According to the graphs presented by the Secretary of Health, of this total of confirmed cases, 5 thousand 616 are between the ages of 30 and 54. In this sense, "the working class", is evidently the most affected as of right now, followed by adults over 65.
Pérez Rico also indicated that during the last 14 days (from June 27 to July 7), Baja California reported 610 deaths, ranking the region in eighth place nationally during that period.
This is why the state currently has 2 thousand and 025 deaths from coronavirus, with Mexicali registering the highest with more than 933 (7 recent deaths), followed by Tijuana with 905 (12), while Ensenada has 104 (3), Tecate 63 (1), Rosarito 12 (1), San Quintin 7 and San Felipe 1.
Despite the fact that the state has these figures, the Secretary of Health says that in comparison with the rest of the country, Baja California is in a declining stage and will soon come out of this situation.
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