Baja California registers 104 new cases and 20 deaths due to COVID-19

Of these cases registered in the last 24 hours, most of them have been reported in Tijuana.

Photo by: Saira Peñaloza

COVID-19 indicators in Baja California continue to show a favorable outlook for the state, however the pandemic is not over yet.

According to the report presented yesterday morning by the Secretary of Health, Alonso Perez Rico, in the last 24 hours 104 new cases of coronavirus were registered, 83 of them in Tijuana; in addition to 20 deaths, nine of them also in the border city.

With these figures, so far in the pandemic 43 thousand 190 Baja Californians have tested positive for COVID-19, with Mexicali, Tijuana and Ensenada remaining as the top three with the most confirmed cases, with 16 thousand 350, 15 thousand 679 and 6 thousand 484, respectively.

Meanwhile, 7 thousand 244 more lost the battle in the state, of which 3 thousand 241 were in Tijuana, 2 thousand 680 in the state capital and one thousand and 25 in the port of Ensenada.

On the other hand, the number of active cases went from 454 to 424 as of this Thursday. 178 are located in Tijuana, 103 in Mexicali, 68 in Ensenada, 36 in San Quintin, 21 in Rosarito, 11 in Tecate and seven in San Felipe.

Another indicator that continues to decrease is hospital occupancy, which is 16.18%, as Baja California has 111 hospitalized patients and 64 intubated. Perez Rico pointed out that today there are 748 free beds and 211 ventilators available statewide.

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