COVID Cases Reach Over 34 Thousand in Quintana Roo

522 people tested positive for the COVID-19 virus over the past weekend in the state of Quintana Roo bringing the total number of cases over 34 thousand since the pandemic began.

The State Secretary of Health (SESA), reported that up to July 4, 2021, 34,115 positive cases for COVID-19 have been registered. There have been 3,053 deaths and 28,430 people are reported as fully recovered. To that date, in the state of Quintana Roo, 732,036 vaccines have been administered.


The Daily Technical Statement prepared by the agency establishes that at this time 2,353 people are in social isolation, 279 remain hospitalized. The average occupation in hospitals is 33% in the northern sector and 12% in the south. The average growth of new infections is 0.63% in the north and 0.34% in the south.

The report states also that on July 3 there were 265 infections and seven deaths and on July 4, 2021, 257 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 4 deaths were reported.

According to the information provided by the SESA, in Cozumel 43,411 vaccines have been administered, in Felipe Carrillo Puerto, 27,366; in Isla Mujeres 12,914; in Othón P. Blanco, 111,296 and in Benito Juárez, 394,134.

In the municipalities of José María Morelos 11,001 vaccines were administered, in Lázaro Cárdenas, 7,502, in Solidaridad 84,684, in Tulum 17,502, in Bacalar, 13,696 and in Puerto Morelos, 8,503.

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Although this Sunday the application of vaccines has not yet been fully updated, authorities did announce that in the municipalities of Othón P. Blanco, (Chetumal) and Benito Juárez, (Cancun) more than 50 thousand doses were administered to people ages 30 and up and tourism service providers.

Source: El Punto Sobre La i