The Buenos Aires State Veterinary School on Monday sent a note to Governor María Eugenia Vidal, in the light of the concern caused by the lack of vaccine on a human basis. He was signed by President Osvaldo Rinaldi and Secretary Héctor Fernández on behalf of the 14 areas that belong to the entity.
In addition, veterinarians released a statement to the society in general, encouraging extreme resources and efforts to a war health warning, as the vaccine health system does not have to treat people at risk of accidentally potentially an accident. "Today more than ever we have to act with responsibility and ensure the resources and optimum efforts," says the group
When talking to this newspaper, Héctor Fernández said that the matter was secret, not only in the city, province or country level, but that the concern would be given worldwide.
According to the statement, the current epidemiological situation, with the progress detects bats that have been infected with the war virus and being in their natural reserves, increases health alarm and reveal population to vaccine deficiency.
Watch about the dog
As they said of the School, disease is a disease that prevents a vaccine that affects more than 150 countries and territories. In its vast majority, according to the World Health Organization, the main death of the dog is of human mortality.
In this regard, it was emphasized that the main way to prevent this disease is to vaccinate dogs and cats and avoid their bites. Currently, veterinary professionals have a fundamental role and should make every effort to ensure that the most suspected animals are controlled by protocols. "The clinical control and the cause of the animal's death will be the ideal, post-mortem diagnosis" said Buenos Aires specialists.
On the other hand, they claimed that cats and dogs vaccine need to be strengthened, at the same time, highlighting that it measures the risk that people can suffer. Therefore, the Veterinary College authorities said "in the current circumstances of urban disease control, the greatest risk is represented by the reduction in the perception of community risk, including vets and authorities" , which reduces the reduction of both first sanitary measurements.
Increase in cases
The current epidemiological situation that warns a marked increase in the detection of bats that have been infected by the virus of the war, which is their natural reserves, increases this health alarm and in discard population to vaccine deficiency.
It should be noted that, as stated, the decision to vaccinate someone or not a person is the power of human medicine, but the evidence the decision is made is provided by the veterinary profession. "So we are partners in protecting people's lives, especially in the current circumstances," said the professionals. "Human health and animal health are interdependent, the College of Veterinarians is committed and works to health," the conclusion was reached.