The entity occupies the eighth position in terms of lethality, due to its almost one thousand deaths and just over 6,300 infections reported on June 19.
Culiacán, Sinaloa.- Although in recent days Sinaloa has managed to drop from sixth to seventh place in the incidence of COVID-19 cases, with just over 6 thousand 300 cases accumulated as of June 19, it is the fourth Mexican state with the highest rate of contagion, with 200.46 patients for every 100,000 inhabitants, just below Mexico City, Tabasco and Baja California.
Sinaloa only owns 3.71 percent of the 170 thousand 485 accumulated cases nationwide, as of June 19, while Mexico City concentrates the highest incidence (24.05 percent), due to its 42 thousand accumulated cases, to average the highest contagion rate in the country: 454.69 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Secondly, regarding the contagion rate, we have Tabasco with 7,817 infected, and an average of 303 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants; and in the third position, Baja California with a rate of 207.79 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants.
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