The health authorities of the CDMX government are alert to the possible an explosion of respiratory tract infections in the guesthouse for migrants located in Stage Jesús Martínez Palillo, at the Iztacalco mayor's office.
Cases from influenza and tuberculosis have been identified, according to staff of the Ministry of Health of the capital (Sedesa) and the Red Cross, however, no precise figures have been reported.
They also commented that they are also alert for it measles virus, after analyzing the symptoms of a patient, it was decided to apply a laboratory test to exclude or confirm the case.
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The health authorities have also recognized two people who were positive immune deficiency virus (HIV).
The local Ministry of Health found that four Central Americans had relevant symptoms due to dengue, so they underwent clinical analysis, although the immigrants decided not to rest and continue the caravan.
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At a press conference, it was reported that they had been granted 771 medical advice, 86 dental care, 108 therapies, 95 tetanus and diphtheria vaccines, and 195 anti-influenza and 141 follicles of oral serum..