Friday , June 18 2021

They detect these diseases in the shadow of migrants at CDMX



The Government Health Authorities CDMX are notified to the possibility respiratory infections in the hostel hostel set in the Stadium Jesús Martínez Palillo, at the Iztacalco mayor office.

Causes of flu and tuberculosis have been found, according to the staff of the Ministry of Health of the capital (Sedesa) and Red Cross, however, no detailed figures were reported.

They also said they were also on notice about the measles virus, since she had analyzed a patient's symptoms, it was decided to carry out a laboratory test not to disqualify the case or confirm the case.

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Health authorities also noted Two people who were positive to the Proof of Immunization Virus test (HIV).

The local Health Ministry found that four of the Central Americans had related symptoms because dengue, so they had a clinical breakdown, although the emigrants decided not to rest and continue with the caravan.

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At a press conference, it was reported that they had been put There are 771 medical consultations, 86 dental care, 108 patients, 95 vaccinations against tetanus and diphtheria and 195 against the flu and 141 Serum Serum Enveloped Life envelopes.


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