The Sanitary Authority of Mexico City has used 95 tetanus and diphtheria vaccines and 195 against influenza in an immigration shelter in Magdalena Mixhuca.
THE CITY OF MEXICO.
Sanitary authorities in Mexico City are alert to a possible outbreak of respiratory infections in a migrant shelter installed at the Jesús Martínez Palillo stadium in Iztacalco City Hall.
According to the employees of the Secretariat of Health of the capital (Sedesa) and the Red Cross, cases of influenza and tuberculosis have been detected.
Although they did not specify how many cases were registered in the last hours, consulted sources that requested anonymity noticed that they are also in the state of alarm for the measles virus, because after analyzing the patient's symptoms, it was decided to use a laboratory test to confirm or reject the case .
In addition, two people were identified in whom the virus was found to be immunodeficient (HIV).
Yesterday, during a press conference, government authorities CDMX and the National Commission on Human Rights of the capital, reported that 771 medical consultations, 86 dental care, 108 medicines, 95 tetanus and diphtheria vaccines and 195 against influenza; In addition, 141 oral intravenous envelopes were delivered in serum.
La Sedesa reported that among the cases in which they participated were: acute respiratory infections, mycosis, conjunctivitis and lacerations in the feet.
On the other hand, Daniel Regalado, chairman of the Sanitary Jurisdiction of the Tehuantepec Isthmus, confirmed that the local Ministry of Health said four Central American immigrants presented symptoms associated with dengue, so they underwent a clinical analysis, although the patients excluded rest and continued the caravan.