Do you know what percentage of tourists who visit Mazatlan has been vaccinated? Here are the details


Sinaloa is seen as the state that has administered the most antigen doses to its inhabitants, followed by Zacatecas with 79 percent and Chihuahua with 78 percent; Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Durango and Nuevo León are the states that have vaccinated their population in the lowest percentage

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Just as Sinaloa has made considerable progress in the application of vaccines against Covid-19, the states belonging to the Northern Economic Corridor have also done so, but at a different pace, however, since Mazatlán depends on tourists for tourism. It is important to know in what percentage our consumers have been immunized.

And as of August 2, in Mazatlan, a vaccination certificate is requested from both locals and tourists, and because of this, reservations have decreased, according to workers from different lodging centers.

The majority of Mazatlán’s tourist activity comes from the six states that make up the Northern Economic Corridor; Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas and Zacatecas. Due to the current health emergency, each federal entity has made progress in immunizing its population according to its possibilities.

According to data updated as of August 16, 2021, Mexico had an approximate total of 204 million confirmed doses of vaccines against COVID-19. The AstraZeneca vaccine is the one with the most doses that have been confirmed with almost 80 million, however, according to demographic calculations, more than 250 million doses would be needed to immunize the entire population in the country.

As of July 31, the maximum weekly capacity demonstrated by the ‘roadrunners’ vaccination brigades has been 6.8 million doses applied in the last week, that is, 5.2 doses per 100 inhabitants.

Thus, the percentages of vaccination in the States belonging to the Northern Economic Corridor, according to information provided by the Ministry of Health of Mexico, are the following:

• Chihuahua: 78 percent

• Coahuila: 61 percent

• Durango: 60 percent

• Nuevo León: 54 percent

• Sinaloa: 82 percent

• Tamaulipas: 69 percent

• Zacatecas: 79 percent


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