COVID-19 transmission chains registered in these neighborhoods in Baja California

There are 237 active cases in the state, of which 108 are concentrated in Mexicali.

Photo by: Saira Peñaloza

Despite the fact that active cases of COVID-19 have decreased a little in Baja California, going from 246 to 237, the head of the Secretariat of Health, Alonso Perez Rico, announced the neighborhoods where most of these cases are concentrated and where residents and visitors should be even more careful.

  • Tijuana: Lomas del Pacifico, Las Cumbres, Las Torres, Francisco Villa.
  • Tecate: Jardines del Río.
  • Rosarito: Ampliación Plan Libertador, Lomas de Rosarito, Ampliación Reforma, Lucio Blanco, Constitución (Ampliation) and Predios Urbanos (Rosarito Norte).
  • Mexicali Valley: Ex Ejido Zacatecas, and Independencia.
  • Valle de Mexicali: Ciudad Coahuila, and Guadalupe Victoria.
  • Ensenada: Zona Centro, and Valle Dorado (Infonavit Section 7).
  • San Quintín: Camalú, and Ejido Nuevo Mexicali.

Of the total number of active cases in the region, 108 are located in Mexicali, 85 in Tijuana, 27 in Ensenada, six in Rosarito, seven in San Quintin and four in Tecate. San Felipe is the only locality with no active cases.

It is important to remember that in the previously mentioned neighborhoods, there are also restrictions for swap meets. Only food, perishable products and cleaning products businesses can be installed.

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