The Ministry of Health of the state of Durango reported that the 30-year-old citizen, who presented the symptoms related to the coronavirus (COVID19), gave negative tests that were performed to rule out this disease.
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Through a statement, the Ministry of Health announced the results of the studies to which a citizen who was believed to be a carrier of coronavirus was submitted.
After the tests performed on a male person, 30 years old, who had symptoms related to COVID19, the results were confirmed to be negative, ”the Durango Health Secretariat reported on Twitter.
Although the case was negative, the authorities called on the population to take into account the suggested precautionary measures.
Authorities and staff of the Ministry of Health remain alert to safeguard the life and health of Duranguenses against any contingency, ”he concluded.
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Miguel Ángel Riquelme, governor of the state of Coahuila, confirmed on Saturday February 29 the fourth case of coronavirus in Mexico and the first in Torreón, Coahuila.
According to the governor, the infected person is a young woman, 20 years old, who traveled to Italy.
She is a 20-year-old woman, who between January and February traveled to Europe, was in Milan, Italy. He arrived on Tuesday, February 25 and after two days he began with the symptoms. I was coming with two other young people that we are looking for right now, ”said the governor during a meeting with the media.
The patient was originally treated in a private hospital, but is already isolated in her home, where her health is in charge of the national health sector and Coahuila.
He is at home, with the necessary care and with the medications that are also suggested at this time to temper the permanence of the virus, ”said the governor.
Meanwhile, the Undersecretary of Health, Hugo López-Gatell, explained that while the country sees only isolated cases, it is not necessary to take “extreme measures, such as canceling massive events.”
Mexico was the epicenter of the 2009 H1N1 virus outbreak, also called swine flu.
With information from the Ministry of Health of Durango