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Yucatán finds no new coronavirus infections in the last 48 hours

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Lee Steele
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For two consecutive days, Yucatán health personnel found no new cases of COVID-19 Monday, the third day in two weeks that no infections were detected in the state.

Compare that to the last two days of February, when 104 and 76 new infections were registered respectively.

Hospitalizations declined by four, totaling 14 patients in public facilities, while home quarantines increased by three to reach 26.

How quarantines increased when no new cases were found was unexplained, but possibly indicates a lag in reporting.

Just one fatality, a 32-year-old Mérida man with no comorbidities, was reported Monday in the health ministry’s daily briefing.

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