• 03 de julio de 2019
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Protect the health of 125 thousand reynosenses after contingency due to rain


REYNOSA, Tamaulipas.- With more than a thousand 400 medical consultations granted, the application of almost 500 vaccines, the control of health risks and fumigation actions in affected areas, the government of Tamaulipas has managed to protect the health of 163 thousand reynosenses, after the contingency generated by the rains of the past 24 of June.

When conducting a new monitoring tour of affected colonies, the Secretary of Health, Gloria Molina Gamboa reported that among the main reasons for consultation are dermatoses (229), acute respiratory infections (167), acute diarrheal diseases (144), diabetes mellitus (61), hypertension (62), mainly.

In addition, 116 has been given timely follow-up to pregnant women, clean yard work has been intensified, hatcheries have been eliminated and 61 health promotion and education workshops were given.

The head of the SST said that these actions are part of the health response plan implemented by the government of the State to serve the population, before, during and after the contingency.

From the 24 from June to the 02 in July, 3 thousand 963 houses were visited in which more than 6 were neutralized with a thousand vessels and possible breeding sites for the mosquito transmitting dengue, Zika and Chikungunya.

In parallel, sanitary checks continue to fixed and semi-fixed positions, the determination of residual chlorine, environmental monitoring of clear and black water, food sampling and disinfection of latrines.

The colonies worked to date are Pedro J. Méndez, Paseo de las Flores, Las Delicias, Ernesto Zedillo, Lucio Blanco, Esperanza, Villa Esmeralda, El Campanario, Maquiladora Industry, Vamos Tamaulipas, Will and Work, Americo Villarreal, Villas de Imaq, Almaguer and Benito Juárez.

Finally, the state official said that these measures will be valid for two months, with intensive field work, to prevent and address the diseases associated with rainfall, reduce the risk of epidemics and decree the discharge of health in this region.


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