The Baja California Ministry of Health announced that active cases of Covid-19 are continuing to rise in Baja California, as is hospital occupancy as a result of this virus, which has increased gradually over the past few days, and that the agency reiterated the call to be extremely cautious in the run-up to the December holidays.
Until Friday's deadline, the state's active cases have risen to 3,038. The municipality of Tijuana has the most active cases with 1,198, followed by Mexicali with 1,050, making them Mexico's most active municipalities.
It was shown that 2,703 of the current cases are entirely ambulatory and out of danger, while 237 are hospitalized, and 98 are intubated, with 88 percent of them being unvaccinated.
In this way, the populace was urged to gather with friends and family over the upcoming December holidays not to relax their precautionary measures since the pandemic caused by the dangerous virus is still active in the state.
Finally, he advised wearing face masks correctly, that is, covering the nose and mouth, continuous hand washing, and as much social separation as feasible.
Video: Long lineups were observed following Tijuana's second day of teenage immunization.