New Lion starts plasma treatment in critical patients by coronavirus


Monterrey.- A new Lion came to 75 confirmed cases of Covid-19and there are other 39 patients who tested positive for the disease in private laboratories, but are pending to be confirmed by the Indre. In addition there are 70 suspect cases reported to the state secretary of Health, Manuel de la O Cavazos.

On the other hand, the owner of Health said that this day started supplying plasma of patients relieved of Covid-19 people remain in critical condition at the University hospital of the UANL and the San Jose Tecnologico de Monterrey. In a few days, you will be informed about the developments that register with this treatment, which must be applied to the condition that the people are in a critical state and some family firm in accordance.

In both the governor Jaime Rodriguez Calderon announced that all passengers travelling in buses coming from the united States or of border cities like Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa, Matamoros or Piedras Negras, will be reviewed to detect suspected cases of coronavirus.

Assured that this is not about stopping your transit, but to make provision for health care, and in the case of treatment of inhabitants of Nuevo León, they recommend respiratory isolation or quarantine of 14 days, if you already carry the virus, but may not have manifested symptoms, or are asymptomatic cases.

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“Yesterday, we arrested 18 trucks that were escorted (by a Civilian Force) to leave the state, nine of which came with final destination in Nuevo León, were reviewed 94 citizens, none presented symptoms associated with the disease; we will continue to strengthen actions to ensure that all those who come to the state to remain in respiratory isolation at home, we’re going to convince them of that, will help us in this fence,” Rodriguez said Calderon.

The Consulate General of united States in Monterrey reported that it warned us citizens that the authorities of the state of Nuevo Leon are making revisions to mandatory health travellers arriving from the united States.

Currently, he said, this affects primarily the passenger bus, but could be extended to other modes of transport.

“The american travelers may experience significant delays and facing the possibility of being returned to the united States or to be kept in quarantine in Mexico,” said the Consulate.

Reiterated the notice of global health of the U.S. State Department’s march 19, 2020 which advises u.s. citizens “to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of the COVID-19”.

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