This municipality, which today dawns with 22 active cases, strengthens its strategies to mitigate the chain of Covid-19 infections
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Of the main beach destinations in Mexico, Mazatlán is the one that has had the best management of the pandemic, which has resulted in the containment and mitigation of the chain of Covid-19 infections, that to date only registers 22 active cases.
According to the report presented by the State Government Health Secretariat on Monday night, Mazatlán did not present any death from this disease and also today celebrates its third consecutive day without new patients.
Compared to other beach destinations that attract a greater number of visitors, such as Acapulco, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Los Cabos, Mazatlan is the one with the lowest rate of cases of the Sars-Cov-2 virus and Sinaloa is in Amarillo at the National Traffic Light.
Today Acapulco registered 10 thousand 928 patients with Covid-19; the municipality of Benito Juárez, where Cancún is located, had 7,133; Puerto Vallarta, 4 thousand 793 and Los Cabos, 182. It should be noted that Guerrero, Quintana Roo, Jalisco, and Baja California Sur are in Orange on the National Traffic Light.
Containment and mitigation of contagions by Covid-19 in Mazatlán have been effective thanks to the strategies implemented by the Municipal Government headed by Mayor Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, such as Operative Networks and the creation of the mobile application MZTourist App.
Civil Protection, Public Security Secretariat, Tourist Care and Protection Center, Senior Officials Office, City Council Secretariat participate in the Networks Operation, and the National Guard collaborates. This reagent monitors that establishments comply with health measures.
For its part, the MZTourist App contains microsites with information on establishments that comply with health protocols, in addition to the Beach Traffic Light and the Night Life Traffic Light, which report in real-time the number of people in the area of beaches and clubs and bars.