Mexico registers suspected COVID-19 case in Oaxaca


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    The Health Ministry is analyzing a new suspected COVID-19 case in Oaxaca. It is a 68-years-old who was hospitalized for presenting the antecedent of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

    The federal agency informed that until now, there have been no positive coronavirus cases in Mexico and the woman’s health is stable.

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    Out of the dismissed cases, five were in Jalisco and four in Mexico City, while Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, and Michoacán reported one each.

    For its part, Oaxaca’s Health Services informed that, along with the federal ministry, they have activated the protocols for epidemiological monitoring and shielding. The case is being analyzed and is the laboratory results will be known in 48 hours.

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    It was the National Epidemiological Surveillance System (Sinave) who was alerted by hospital services of the National Defense Ministry (Sedena) who reported a patient with acute respiratory disease symptoms with the antecedent of having traveled to China.

    The woman will remain in observation and hospital isolation; likewise, health authorities are carrying the corresponding investigations following the security protocol established by the federal agency.

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