These are the Baja California neighborhoods with most COVID-19 cases

Mexicali is the municipality with the most affected neighborhoods

Photo by: Fotografía Ernesto Eslava vía Pixabay

The Department of Health announced the municipalities with most cases of coronavirus in Baja California. These entities are considered "red hot spots" and will have oriented campaigns so that people can go early to receive medical attention.

On the other hand, in the press release, published from their social networks, they expressed that the elderly should be taken care of, since up to now there are 2 thousand 777 cases registered in this segment of the population. Likewise, they reaffirmed that another group at risk are young adults between 30 and 34 years of age.

In Tijuana, the neighborhoods with most cases are Florido 3rd section, Jardines de la Mesa and El Mirador.

In Tecate the neighborhoods are: Benito Juarez, Andalucia, Luis Donaldo Colosio, El Descanso, Alberto Aldrete, Miguel Aleman, Primera, Loma Alta, Pro Hogar, El Refugio, Ampliacion Colinas de Cuchuma, Rincon Tecate and Lomas de Santa Anita.

In Playas de Rosarito we found that Constitucion (Ampliacion Constitucion) is the one with the most cases of coronavirus, but it is the only one mentioned in the press release from the Secretary of Health.

On the other hand, Mexicali is the municipality with the most affected neighborhoods, these are Valle Dorado, Valle de Puebla, Villa Cedros Residencial, Republica Mexicana, Cataviña, Carbajal, Villa del Prado, Villa las Limas. They added that Delta Oaxaca used to be among these communities and is no longer part of them.

Regarding the Mexicali Valley, Guadalupe Victoria, Ciudad Morelos, Paredones and Sinaloa and Saltillo remain.

In Ensenada the neighborhoods are: Chapultepec, Acapulco, Ejido Ruiz Cortines and Los Encinos, while in San Felipe there is a second section expansion, Los Arcos and Verdugo.

Finally, in San Quintin the cases of coronavirus are located, above all, in Nuevo Baja California, Vicente Guerrero, Nueva Era, Ejido Nuevo Mexicali, Las flores, Santa Fe de Braulio Maldonado, Maclovio Rojas, Reforma and El Arenal.

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