Campeche becomes the first state in the country to go to the green light, in the new epidemiological traffic light.
The prospects were confirmed, and the state of the Yucatan peninsula has just become the first Mexican state, officially recognized as a COVID-19 low risk area.
On the evening of Friday, September 25th, at a press conference, Health authorities clarified that this does not mean a zero risk of contagion, but that the trends of the pandemic are low enough for social and economic activities to resume.
In addition, half the country is already on a yellow traffic light.
The states that are still on an orange traffic light are:
Baja California Sur Zacatecas Nayarit Jalisco Colima Michoacan Mexico state CDMX Warrior New Lion San Luis Potosi gentleman Veracruz Yucatan Quintana Roo
Meanwhile the states in yellow are:
Baja California Sonora Chihuahua Coahuila Tamaulipas Aguascalientes Puebla Sinaloa Durango Guanajuato Queretaro Morelos Tlaxcala Oaxaca Chiapas
According to the statement made a few days ago by the undersecretary of prevention and health promotion, Hugo López-Gatell, Chiapas could become the second state with a green light; however, according to this week’s scores, the states with the lowest risk after Chiapas are Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala and Morelos.
State indicators are analyzed every week, but it was determined that the results of the epidemiological traffic light would be announced every fifteen days.