10 more people confirmed infected with COVID-19 in Los Cabos
A further 10 cases of coronavirus infection in Baja California Sur (BCS) were confirmed on the night of April 5, bringing the total to 39, although the count only includes 36, as the Health Ministry in the state counts the three deaths.
These cases were confirmed in the municipality of Los Cabos, the municipality most affected by this pandemic. However, despite the much higher number than the State Capital, no deaths have occurred in this tourist area due to COVID-19.
On Sunday afternoon, the death of an elderly person in La Paz had been confirmed due to this virus.
Given the actions taken by the federal, state and municipal governments to avoid leaving home and closing down places that could be a space for the virus to spread, activities are temporarily suspended, including the provision of boat services, tours, sport fishing, diving, snorkeling, and glass bottom, among others.