Army active phase of relief to the population of the Plan DNIII-E

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The Mexican army checked the relief stage to the population of the Plan DNIII-Ethat applies to assist in the care of the contingency pandemic Covid-19, which at the time has left a thousand 859 dead in Mexico.

This means that the military hospitals designated by the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) to hear cases by the novel coronavirus, are already attending to the first patient infected civilians, sources confirmed the dependence.

The institution at the command of the general, Luis Crecencio Sandoval Gonzalez, put in operation 13 military hospitals of area and 31 operating units medical that were previously conditioned in various entities of the country. In addition, has responsibility for 16 hospitals of the Institute of Health Welfare (Insabi).

Likewise, the military intensified the filters of review in the International Airport of Mexico City.

On Thursday, staff of the Mexican Air Force moved more than 30 tonnes of supplies and medical equipment to Baja California and Quintana Roo, to ensure the supply in military hospitals which serve the population go to receive medical treatment in these cities.

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For its part, the Secretariat of Navy (Semar) launched the phase of relief to the population of the Plan the Navy, in the Tenth Naval Area, located in the port of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán, where there is a naval Hospital that will serve patients with Covid-19.

According to sources in the federal government, the 10 Centres of Voluntary Isolation Mobile (CAVMOV) of the Navy, with capacity for 4 thousand patients with Covid-19 with mild symptoms, we still are required by the Secretariat of Health.

In one of the installed in seven states of the country, reported the care of three military personnel, but there are still not civil.

Last Wednesday, the secretary of the Navy, admiral José Rafael Ojeda Duran stated that staff in the Health Service Naval is waging the most important battle of his career, in the face of the pandemic by the Covid-19.

Therefore, we did not know that they are not alone and that “this enemy we have to fight together.”

“I know very well that they are waging perhaps the biggest battle of his career, in the face of the pandemic Covid-19, therefore I find it essential to let them know that they are not alone. That has this enemy we have to fight together,” he said.

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