The Government of Sergio Salomón reports stability in the cases of Dengue and COVID-19 in the State. According to the information provided by the entity’s Health Secretariat, there are 2,941 accumulated cases of Dengue, with no new infections confirmed in the last 24 hours.
The head of this agency, Araceli Soria Córdoba, has detailed that no new deaths have been recorded, maintaining the number of accumulated deaths at five. Currently, four people are reported hospitalized due to this disease.
As of November 20, the presence of Dengue cases is confirmed in 106 municipalities in the state. In this sense, Soria Córdoba calls on the population in endemic areas to keep their yards clean and eliminate containers where the mosquito vector can reproduce.
On the other hand, regarding the monitoring of the S virus, it is reported that only two active cases of COVID-19 remain in the state, distributed in the municipalities of Puebla and Izúcar de Matamoros.
The head of Health Services has confirmed that no new infections or deaths have been recorded in the last 24 hours and, consequently, there are no people hospitalized for this disease at this time.
The Government of Sergio Salomón calls on the population not to let their guard down and to maintain preventive measures against COVID-19, as well as to go to the doctor in the presence of symptoms related to this disease.