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Coronavirus in Tamaulipas today February 18. Latest news and cases

Tamaulipas continues to rise in new contagions of covid-19. The sanitary measures and the population is invited to follow the directions of the state government.

Follow in this minute by minute the latest advances in numbers of confirmed cases, deaths, recovered, government actions, stories and more reports about the health crisis due to covid-19.

55 new infections and 10 deaths confirmed

Tamaulipas registered 55 new cases of covid-19 and 10 deaths this Thursday, reported the Secretary of Health, Gloria Molina Gamboa in her daily report on the state of the pandemic.

With the update, the official figure rises to 49,086 accumulated positives, of which 43,303 have recovered and 4,341 are fatalities.

Grandparents from the southern zone desperately seek to be vaccinated in Altamira

The application of the covid-19 vaccine in the municipality of Altamira Since upon learning that it is the only city in the southern zone where it is applied, older adults from Ciudad Madero and Tampico arrived, saturating the attention.

They vaccinate personnel of the Issste Tampico

There are 840 doses that will be applied in this health unit

Without tension, but seriously, Manuel Olivares Mar, an orderly for a year at the Issste in Tampico, received his second dose of Pfizer-BioNtech.

The 58-year-old orderly said he felt safer after receiving his second dose, and asked the population to continue taking care of covid-19.

There will be 840 vaccines that are applied in this health unit located on Avenida Universidad.

Each worker will remain under observation for 30 minutes in order to detect any type of reaction, said the director of Issste, Luis Miguel Rodríguez González.

There are 89 new infections and 30 deaths from coronavirus

When presenting the daily report of the pandemic, the state official reported that during the last 24 hours 89 new cases and 30 deaths were confirmed, totaling 49,031 accumulated positives, of which 43,170 have recovered and 4,000 331 have died.