Monday January 17 2022

Posted by BajaInsider on January 17, 2022
  • The Baja California Sur Traffic Light System of Alert  01/13/22
    The Baja California Sur Traffic Light System of Alert 01/13/22
  • Official COVID-19 Statistics to date for BCS as of 01/17/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics to date for BCS as of 01/17/22
  • Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/16/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/16/22
  • Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22
  • Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22
  • Percentage of the eligible Mexican population having received COVID-19 Vaccinations
    Percentage of the eligible Mexican population having received COVID-19 Vaccinations
  • Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/13/22

01/17/22 Baja California Sur remains at Level 3 Orange on the state's COVID-19 Traffic Light Alert System as new confirmed cases also remain high. For more than a week, an excess of 1000 confirmed new cases per day The known total number of current cases to 8,523, or more than 1% of the state's population. Hospital occupancy has also dramatically increased, with 69% of the standard treatment beds now occupied. Of the greater concern as the week ends was an increase in the number of patients on ventilators now occupying 16% of available resources. 

Los Cabos and La Paz appear to be the COVID-19 hotspots in the state, which would be expected as they were also the busiest municipalities during the holiday travel period. La Paz having the greatest number of active cases in the state by a significant margin.

The reduction to Level 3 will mean more restrictions on the occupancy of businesses, greater restrictions on businesses selling alcohol, social events, and the hours for the sale of alcohol in stores. 

Baja California Sur reported its first cases of the Omicron variation on Thursday. The vast majority of the new cases presenting currently are of the Delta variant. 

Click here to view the complete BCS Traffic Light of Alerts System
& the Activities Permitted at Each Level

 

  • Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/16/22
    Official COVID-19 Statistics for Baja California Sur effective 01/16/22


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