Covid-19 cases remain stable in Mazatlán


The city’s Covid Thermometer drops to 8.1 degrees

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- 10 days into the Easter holiday period, which concentrated a large number of people on the beaches and streets of the port, the incidence of the pandemic has shown a controlled scenario with few cases and low-risk contagion of Covid-19.

In the last 24 hours, there were three new cases and three recovered without any death, according to the Secretary of Health of the State Government, so Mazatlán today woke up with 38 active cases and continues in the blue color of the State Epidemiological Traffic Light.

The city’s Covid Thermometer today stood at 8.1 degrees average for the last 10 days and continues in green, a range in which it has been running for 307 days consecutively, this is far from the critical point that is 35 degrees Covid.


The Mazatlan Post