Last updated on February 3, 2021
Tulum, Q.R. — As part of the strategy to serve citizens during the health emergency, officials continue to verify the progress of the Tulum Community Hospital, which is being converted for patients with COVID-19.
Both the state governor, Carlos Joaquín González and the municipal president, Víctor Mas Tah, toured the hospital to verify progress, which they say is approximately 80 percent complete and could start operations in coming days.
The rehabilitation of the hospital infrastructure is being carried out by the state government which, the governor says, is being is converted for patients with COVID-19 in the central region of QuintanaRoo and will offer 50 beds, including 20 for intensive care.
Mas Tah said the hospital, once opened, will have 16 general doctors and four specialists, 16 general nurses and four specialists, as well as around 20 administrative staff. There was no official date on the opening of the hospital.