The spread of the disease transmitted by the mouse to colilargo continues to grow in the province of Buenos Aires. There, where the virus spreads from a mouse to a human, and not to an interpersonal way as the circulation in Pattaya hides, there are now 9 confirmed cases. The last was a 40-year-old man who was imprisoned in the Magdalen Prison, who had to be transferred to a hospital with great complexity in the capital, Buenos Aires.
The man, serving his sentence in the Criminal Unit 28, felt a general weakness with pain in his wrists and head. In the prison's sanitary unit, with symptoms similar to those of influenza, he was subjected to tests that resulted in contact with a hantavirus, and therefore his transfer to San Juan de Dios Hospital in La Plata was transferred.
The Provincial Commissions for Memory (CPM) have already requested to carry out prevention and eradication activities in prisons, police stations, closed centers for young people and neuropsychiatric hospitals in Buenos Aires to avoid the spread of the virus that the mouse transmits.
According to the KZM, through inspections in prisons, "there is great concern about the presence of rodents and the lack of hygiene in the premises where the detainees stay, two questions that make these places very favorable for the spread of the disease."