Due to the expected arrival of a third wave of COVID-19 in Baja California, the head of the Secretariat of Health, Alonso Perez Rico, informed that starting this Tuesday, restrictions will return to the swap meets in the neighborhoods with the most active cases.
These restrictions consist in limiting the installation of businesses to only those selling perishable and cleaning products, said the Secretary.
As of this morning, the Entity has 326 active cases, 155 of which are located in Mexicali, 116 in Tijuana, 35 in Ensenada, six in San Felipe, five in San Quintin, five in Tecate, and four in Rosarito.
The neighborhoods where these cases are concentrated and where the markets are asked to follow the above indications of the agency, are the following:
- Tijuana: Presidentes and Valle Vista.
- Tecate: Luis Donaldo Colosio and Jardines del Tepeyac.
- Rosarito: Rancho Chula Vista, Lomas de Coronado and Vista al Mar.
- Mexicali: Valle de Puebla, Angeles de Puebla, Valle del Colorado, El Condor.
- Mexicali Valley: Guadalupe Victoria, Delta Oaxaca, Durango and Ricardo Mazon Guerrero.
- San Felipe: Los Arcos, Ampliacion Segunda Seccion, Tercera Seccion (Los Gavilanes).
- Ensenada: Chapultepec, Hidalgo, Popular Valle Verde 2 and Popular 1989.
- San Quintín: Camalu and San Quintin.
Perez Rico invited the population to be "especially careful (in these neighborhoods) because there are people there who are actively infecting".
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