It sent a “calm” message and ensured the supply was “completely healthy and we are not at any type of risk”
Pamplona, October 4 (European Media) –
Navarre government spokesman Amparo López said that “based on the information we have, we preliminarily exclude” the possibility of a gastroenteritis outbreak in the autonomous region similar to the one in Aragon. Native animals are present in the River Quails (Soria).
“This epidemic broke out in Aragon. We are in contact with the Aragonese government. Samples have been taken to analyze the water. We can guarantee that the water supplied is completely healthy. We will not be in contact with the Aragonese government,” Lopez said after the government meeting. stated at the press conference.
The spokesperson wanted to send a message of “calmness”, adding that the Institute of Public and Occupational Health of Navarra “is taking proactive and preventive action in this matter”. Furthermore, he stressed that “from an epidemiological point of view, the incidence of acute gastroenteritis in Navarra at this time is normal; it always increases in the autumn.”
“As a precautionary measure, especially in the Tudela region, primary care and Reina Sofia Hospital were asked a few weeks ago to reasonably increase the stool analysis of patients with gastroenteritis,” he added.
Asked about the meetings held by the Ministry of Health with the governments of Navarra, Castilla-La Mancha and Aragon on the matter, López stressed that “we are having constant meetings and dialogue with the government of Aragon and in There are regular consultations between the Government of Spain and the Government of Navarra in our communications and this is certainly an issue that has been resolved.