This is the minute by minute of the latest advances in numbers of confirmed cases, deaths, recovered and progress in the anticovid vaccination process in the state of Tamaulipas about the crisis.
Tamaulipas registered 256 new infections and 21 deaths from coronavirus
When presenting the balance of the pandemic, Gloria Molina Gamboa, specified that as of July 2, 2021, the official figure is 60 thousand 467 positives, of which 52 thousand 602 have recovered and 5 thousand 400 have lost their lives.
After confirming 256 new cases of coronavirus and 21 deaths from the virus.
Buses fill up at the red traffic light
The buses of the various routes in the area travel full at various times, despite the fact that Tampico, Madero and Altamira are on red lights, which is why they require operations by Public Transport.
Through photos, users have shown that various routes that circulate along Adolfo López Mateos Boulevard and Hidalgo Avenue travel with overcrowding, mainly during the mornings when people go to work.
The mayor Pilar Camacho, who makes up the Health Commission in Tampico, urged the Subdelegation of Public Transport to carry out operations in the area as the city is on a red epidemiological traffic light and there is a greater risk of contagion.
Cases of covid, dengue and zika increase in workers of the Tampico city council
Cases of coronavirus in Tampico increased among City Council workers, but not only that, also dengue and Zika.
José Deutsch, head of Tampico Medical Services, reported that out of “5 or 6 cases” at this time, between positives and suspects, there are 17 cases of workers with covid-19.
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Tampico will take measures to prevent covid-19 due to red traffic lights
Prevention measures will be taken in Tampico, which include the suspension of sports activities and the disinfection of public transport.
“Yes it is contemplated”said Pedro Romero, secretary of Civil Protection, regarding the suspension of sports activities in the city due to the epidemiological traffic light.
Another of the actions through which the municipality will contribute to the state decree will be the disinfection of public transport units on the main avenues.
It will be for fifteen days that the current decree remains in force, which returned the activities to phase one, with a series of restrictions on business opening hours and alcohol sales.
The secretary of health in Tamaulipas confirmed 195 new infections and 12 deaths, which in total add up to an accumulated 60 thousand 211 positives, of which 52 thousand 384 have recovered and 5 thousand 379 have lost their lives.
He insisted on wearing face masks in all public spaces, washing hands frequently, respecting a healthy distance, avoiding shaking hands, hugging or kissing, coughing or sneezing into the inner corner of the arm, and avoiding contact with people with respiratory illnesses.