Tamaulipas, November 21, 2018.- Y The Center for the Representation of Patients with AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases has found three cases of migrants with the disease Procurement Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
Carlos Alberto Carrillo Garza, director of the Center of Matamoros, said as part of the health control measures in immigrant homes, that rapid tests have been applied to detect AIDS, syphilis and other major diseases. So far, three cases have been found.
In addition to the three cases of AIDS, people with spyware that contract in United States. Immigrants have recognized their diseases and have voluntarily agreed to obtain the necessary medical supervision treatments.
To receive treatment, migrants must register with the National Migration Institute and obtain a temporary visa and temporary CURP.
At present, cases are not a threat to public health because they are controlled and patients are under supervision.
With information from La Silla Rota and Excélsior.