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The death information was released by the Metro Collective Transportation System through a statement.
The text indicates that the worker, whose identity will not be revealed, worked as a Maintenance Technician in the Fixed Installations and Roads Coordination area at night from 23:00 to 06:00 hours.
According to the statement, the worker presented a mild headache and cough, without fever, since April 8.
Later, he entered the Durango Sanatorium, where the test was applied to determine if he had COVID-19.
On April 15, in order to continue with his treatment, the patient was transferred to the Dr. Enrique Cabrera General Hospital of the Ministry of Health.
Three days later, on April 18, he lost his life after suffering a picture of respiratory failure, chest pain and cardiorespiratory arrest.
After testing positive, the same test was carried out on his close relatives, including two other Metro employees.
It is worth mentioning that the detection test for SARS-COV2 was applied to the direct family of the deceased: two brothers also STC workers, who belong to the Transportation area, the wife and two children of one of them and the mother of the three Brothers, at the moment everyone is isolated, ”reported the Metro.
The test was also applied to colleagues with whom the deceased was in contact, having, until now, only negative results.
At the moment there are only negative results and no community contagion is reported within the workplace, ”continued the Metro.
He then explained that sanitization actions are carried out on a recurring basis in the Metro facilities to prevent possible contagion in passengers or workers.
With information from the Metro Collective Transportation System