Baja California has now 804 active COVID-19 cases

Tijuana presents a rise in its cases after reporting 157 new cases out of the 287 registered in the state

Photo by: Saira Peñaloza

The "October 31 effect" seems to be most obvious in Baja California, since according to the report of the Secretary of Health, Alonso Pérez Rico, the state has now 804 active COVID-19 cases.

Of these cases, 299 are from Mexicali, 224 from Tijuana and 182 from Ensenada; municipalities that have remained as the most affected since the beginning of the pandemic.

In addition, mobility has caused at least 22 people to lose their lives due to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, and 287 new cases have been registered. Of these last 157 were reported in Tijuana, where 14 of the 22 deaths occurred.

So far, the accumulated positive cases total 25 thousand 322, of which the state capital concentrates most of these with 11 thousand 144. In the case of deaths, which are 4 thousand 215, one thousand 791 were Tijuana residents, surpassing Mexicali where one thousand 775 were registered.

Another data that makes evident the context in which we are and to which we are heading according to Pérez Rico, is the hospital occupation reported by the entity, which is 56%.

Until this morning, Baja California has 311 patients hospitalized due to COVID-19 and 160 people intubated.

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