Infections have hit record highs in recent weeks COVID-19 in Ciudad del Carmen, CampecheSome people have even been hospitalized with symptoms.
Symptoms have been reported to persist for 20 to 30 days even with treatment, particularly in those without a complete coronavirus vaccination schedule, such as those who have not received at least one dose of a biologic vaccine since SARS-CoV-2 Already mutated, this is how he let everyone know Froilan Palestine CruzThe president of the AC Postgraduate Doctors Association appeals to citizens not to self-medicate to avoid danger.
He mentioned that as per reports from the health department, there has been an increase in positive cases of coronavirus, But they weren’t seriousbut some have required hospitalization for not adhering to protocols put in place during the pandemic.
“We are definitely seeing a rebound in COVID-19 cases, and although COVID-19 is different now than it was when the pandemic started three years ago, the symptoms have changed. Now Develop respiratory symptoms Despite treatment, vaccination takes 20 to 30 days longer, and at some point some people have deficiencies in their defenses, particularly those who have not been vaccinated, that is, those who have not completed the four-dose vaccination schedule , or “people who have not received at least one dose of vaccine.”
He noted that if the person requires primary care or hospitalization, Susceptible groupsAnd said that they have not been vaccinated, “These are people who come to the hospital for treatment. There are not many people hospitalized, but there are some cases because people come for treatment, which makes the authorities agree to increase vaccination and allow a new schedule.” Vaccinated people can do the same.”
He explained that the increase in cases is due to certain conditions, “We have a lot of cases where there is a condition called the ‘triad’, which refers to the fusion of three viruses: SARS-CoV-2, influenza virus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), which has caused a spike in respiratory infection cases, especially since influenza and RSV have all but disappeared since the start of the pandemic and now they’re back.
“In light of this, we must be cautious and call for children, teenageryoung and adultwhen they develop respiratory or flu symptoms, do not trust them and see the appropriate doctor,” he stressed.
Likewise, he emphasized that the most common symptoms currently experienced by people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19 virus are cough, influenza, fever, Vomited, diarrhea, conjunctivitisgeneral malaise, muscle pain “This is where the medical department steps in to check if it is really COVID-19, or if there are other conditions with similar symptoms to before, so more importantly, they should go to a doctor, health center or legal clinic, So that they can provide them with appropriate treatment.”
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