Baja California

Check out the neighborhoods in Tijuana that have the highest number of active coronavirus cases

Meanwhile Mexicali has 9 neighborhoods with active transmission, according to the Head of the Department of Health

During the COVID-19 cases update in Baja California, the Head of the Department of Health Alonso Perez Rico mentioned that this Tuesday, August 4, all counties have decreased their active cases, adding up to a total of 408 of these cases in the entire state.

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However, as it has been said that the active cases are the ones that give strength to the pandemic, since they allow for chains of transmission, which is why Perez Rico presented the location of these active cases in each county of the region, as well as the neighborhoods with active transmission.

In the case of Tijuana, which as we saw registers 107 active cases to date, they are located in Zona Rio and in the Camino Verde/Grupo Mexico neighborhood where there are activities that are associated with transmission chains, according to the Secretary of Health.

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Casos activos en Tijuana/Captura de pantalla
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Colonias de Tijuana/Captura de pantalla

Perez Rico explained that in these neighborhoods, according to the coloring on the maps, have between 5 and 7 people registered as active cases.

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Casos activos en Mexicali/Captura de pantalla
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Colonias de Mexicali/Captura de pantalla

For his part, the health expert showed that at least in Mexicali there are 9 neighborhoods that have chains of transmission, due to the number of active cases found in this county, which occupies first place on this list.

Meanwhile, positive cases in Baja California total 13 thousand 821, of which 7 thousand 100 are reported in Mexicali, 4 thousand and 93 in Tijuana, one thousand 577 in Ensenada, 327 in Tecate, 323 in San Quintin, 223 in San Felipe and 178 in Rosarito.

In the case of deaths, 2 thousand 702 Baja Californians have lost their lives because of this virus, most of them from Mexicali, with a total of one thousand 267, following Tijuana with one thousand 129, Ensenada with 199, Tecate with 80, Rosarito with 15, San Quintin with 10 and San Felipe with 2.

At least 7 thousand 634 patients with COVID-19 have recovered in the state.

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