More than 13,000 people have overcome COVID in BCS; there were 158 new cases

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Baja California Sur reached 707 deaths from Coronavirus; 5 recent ones were in Los Cabos, Loreto and Mulegé

La Paz, Baja California Sur (BCS). According to the portal that monitors the Coronavirus pandemic in Baja California Sur, in the last cut of this Monday, November 30, 5 deaths were registered, as well as 158 new cases and 144 recovered in the entity.

In this sense, it was detailed that the accumulated total —that is, since the health contingency began to date— reached 14,373 cases, of which 707 are deaths, 614 are considered active and 13,052 have been discharged in the 5 Southern California municipalities.

Los Cabos showed an increase of 2 deaths, leaving its statistic at 244 deaths; Likewise, 69 additional patients were detected, reaching 160 active and 3,970 recovered, of these 46 are new.

Loreto reached his death number 18 (2 more than in the last count), also presenting 7 extra cases, being 29 current active and 15 people were discharged, being 647 already those who have overcome the virus.

Similarly, it was reported that Mulegé had a new death, remaining at 49 so far in the pandemic; In addition, 5 extra patients were detected, reaching 38 active and 10 more managed to recover, leaving 993.

La Paz was the municipality where more active cases were added, after adding 70 cases and reaching 332 active; On the other side of the coin, 51 people recovered, being 6,626 during the COVID contingency. Deaths remain at 331.

Finally, the authorities indicated that in Comondú there were 22 recovered, leaving 816 people who have overcome the condition of SARS-CoV-2; There were also 7 active cases, reaching 55 in the municipality. There are 65 deaths in this demarcation.

According to the portal, until last November 26, in Baja California Sur about 40,500 diagnostic tests for COVID have been applied, of which 18,958 were in La Paz and 15,312 in Los Cabos.

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