According to the head of the Ministry of Health of Baja California, Alonso Pérez Rico, it seems that the state is on a plateau in both hospitalizations, intubated patients and fever clinics; in addition the suspected cases have shown a decrease. However, active cases are what currently cause concern.
As of this Tuesday morning there are one thousand and 73 of these cases, most of them located in Tijuana where there are 434, of the rest 357 are in Mexicali, 166 in Ensenada, 39 in San Quintín, 28 in Rosarito, 26 in Tecate and 23 in San Felipe.
With these figures, so far during the pandemic 37 thousand 702 Baja Californians have tested positive for COVID-19, a large part of this total in Mexicali (15 thousand and 65) and Tijuana (13 thousand 196).
6,263 people have died from the disease, most of them in the border city (2 thousand 767) and the state capital (2 thousand 426).
According to Pérez Rico, 20 people die every day in the state due to coronavirus.
Currently, hospitals in Baja California have an occupancy rate of 70%, with 286 beds and 148 ventilators available.
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