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The traffic light for Mexico presented by the federal government is red in some states and orange in much of the country. 18 states returned to red and 14 remain orange. Those who returned to red have had a sustained increase in infections and hospital capacity and availability. The activities allowed for red traffic light are only essential activities and a restricted capacity of 25% in public places.
According to the national incidence rate, approximately 41 out of every 100,000 inhabitants have had COVID-19 in the last 14 days, twice as reported a week ago.
Up to date, 21.12% are hospitalized and 71.82% are seen on an outpatient basis. A 15% decrease in the percentage of hospitalized have been reported compared to last week.
Baja California Sur
Baja California Sur, the national traffic light is in orange
, a critical phase, and for state measures, we continue at phase 5. N
on-essential activities are allowed
, both economic and recreational and sociocultural, where 1 person will be allowed every 4 meters away and a capacity of no more than
in public places.
Outbreaks of contagion have been registered in government agencies in the municipality of La Paz, and continue the suspension of municipal procedures.
The arrival of flights and tourists to the state continues. 30,000 tourists arrived in July. The hotels ocupation increase
The increase in the number of cases after the reopening of activities is sustained.
The number of cumulative cases had an increase of 34%. In addition, the number of beds occupied for the first time is
there was an i
ncrease of 15%
and the number of beds with a fan is
. Most of COVID-19 ocuppied beds are in IMSS hospitals.
Phase 5 Measures
Access to beaches continues closed
in the municipality of La Paz and Loreto. Los Cabos is monitoring the capacity due to the large concentration of people on the beaches.
The use of face masks is recommended when going outside and in public places, also as a requirement to enter commercial establishments.
The coastal boardwalk remains open only for vehicular and bicycle traffic at this stage.
Hospital occupation continues to grow, which shows that the increase in infections is sustained,
254 cases were presented
overnight, a new historical.
Active cases are concentrated in
La Paz in 54% and continue as leader in deaths.
The active epidemic in Baja California Sur represents
of the total cumulative cases, and at
the national level the average is 13%.
The hospitalized patients in the state are
, of which
remain intubated. The critical phase is the intubation phase related to a high probability of ventilator assistance.
Maximun of COVID-19 cases will expect to
October 06, 2020.
Baja California Sur will be one of the last states to end the contingency in August 2021.