In the late hours of this Tuesday, Pablo Mediavilla, the 26-year-old young man from Garin, who was hospitalized in a serious condition for more than 15 days with a picture of leptospirosis, a disease transmitted by rodents, died. Initially, it was said that Pablo could have been infected with a hantavirus, but finally that picture was excluded from the studies he made.
Pablo was seriously hospitalized nearly two weeks ago at the Munison Hospital in the city of Buenos Aires and, finally, according to the media Pilar of DiarioOn Tuesday, January 29th, he died of a leptospirosis case, which was identified on January 20, after the first instance of the possibility that the boy was infected with a hantavirus, a fact rejected after knowledge of the results of the studies conducted at the Malbran Institute.
On January 16, his case was announced when he was distributed in various ways that the young man, who worked at the veterinary medicine factory in the town of Villa Rosa, was admitted to the private clinic Fatima with a symptom similar to that of a hantavirus. , the disease is also transmitted by rodents.
Later he was transferred to the Munizz hospital at the request of his family, who accompanied the boy during his hospitalized days, and after several days with a belated forecast and in a serious condition, the young man lost his life in the last hours.