Another 10 COVID-19 patients died while 211 remained in public hospitals, Yucatan health authorities said Monday. One fatality was a 20-year-old from Kanasín.
Daily new cases totaled 94, indicating a modest three-day decline in infections detected by the state medical staff.
That brings Yucatán’s total coronavirus cases to 29,249 since March 2020, of which 86% have recovered and 3,097 died.
The 811 patients with mild symptoms and allowed to recover under home quarantine were 50 more than the day before.
New cases included 50 in Mérida, 15 in Valladolid, five in Kanasín and Tizimín, four in Uayma, three in Chichimilá, two in Chemax, Sucila and Tekax, one from outside the area as well as from Dzitás, Maxcanú, Motul, Río Lagartos and Umán.
Fatalities included eight men and two women with comorbidities such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, chronic kidney failure and Duchenne muscular dystrophy.