Sinaloa returns to a red covid traffic light


Sinaloa.- With the trend to the upside you have active cases of coronavirus in the state, the Ministry of Health, announced that Sinaloa returns to a red covid traffic light, there is a high risk of infection in the state.

Through a statement, the state Health Secretariat indicated that Sinaloa will return to the red from July 19 to August 1, a period in which they hope to overcome soon, with the application of sanitary measures and with the vaccination plan in place.

The State Secretary of Health, Efrén Encinas Torres, reported that 56 percent of Sinaloans, of age to be immunized, have already been vaccinated in the state with the application of 1 million 751 thousand 616 doses, which favors less severity in their symptoms when contagious.

However, he reiterated that it is necessary for citizens not to lower their guard and continue to do the right thing, all adhering to health protocols.

Encinas Torres, mentioned that, in this sense, the governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, maintains a constant and permanent management of vaccines to apply them to all those over 18 years of age as soon as possible.

He clarified that, although the rate of serious cases has decreased a lot compared to the last time that Sinaloa was in the red, the relaxation in care that is experienced throughout the state has generated a high rate of contagion, which caused a return to this Colour.

It will be in the weeks that Sinaloa is in the red when the three orders of government will announce the steps to be followed in the entity, but from the outset, the population is asked to abide by the basic measures that are vital as they are: leaving home only if necessary, always with the correct use of the mouth mask, keep a healthy distance and wash hands or use antibacterial gel constantly.

In case of presenting symptoms of the disease or if you have any concerns, immediately dial a Call Center so that health personnel can guide you what to do, at the following numbers, in Culiacán 667 713 0063, Mazatlán 669 910 1839, Guasave 687 721 0659, Los Mochis 668 123 4557 and Guamúchil 673 688 0630.


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