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Cancun, Riviera Maya records only 3 new cases of covid-19

Cancun, Q.R. — In the most recent daily tally of new covid-19 infections, the state of Quintana Roo has recorded only three new cases. The figure of three is down by one from the day before when only four new cases were detected throughout the entire state.

According to the Daily Technical Statement, there are currently 1,210 people in social isolation and 42 who remain hospitalized due to covid-19. The figures reported are from the State Secretary of Health (SESA), who added that during the last 24 hours, no covid-19 related deaths were reported.

The ongoing low figures being registered have prompted local authorities to reconsider the mandatory use of mouth masks in open spaces. Over the weekend, Quintana Roo Governor, Carlos Joaquin, announced that he is reconsidering its mandatory use, which could be changed to optional by mid-April.