After more than two years of pandemic crisis, Yucatán health ministry officials on Tuesday reported no new coronavirus cases in a single day.
Moreover, zero fatalities were reported for the second time this month.
And 4,000 COVID-19 tests in the public school system produced zero instances of coronavirus, state officials said.
Indicating either a lag in reporting or patients whose condition worsened, public hospitals reported two more COVID-19 ICU admissions. Quarantines went down by four.
Since March 2020, Yucatán has counted 109,579 known infections. The recovery rate is at 93%.
Mexico has declared the entire country under the “green” epidemiological traffic light, indicating the lowest state of alarm. But facemask protocols and crowd control measures are still in place as other countries deal with rises in infections. Airplanes with unchecked tourists arrive daily on the Peninsula.