Following the passage of Hurricane Lorena through the Jalisco coast area, staff of the Jalisco Ministry of Health (SSJ) has treated 267 people in health units and relief stations for various causes, pregnancy, trauma, acute respiratory infections (IRAS) , among other.
According to the health agency, no injured, missing or deceased persons have been reported so far.
In addition, vaccination schedules were completed by applying 30 vaccines to minors.
Health care intensified in the municipalities of: La Huerta, Casimiro Castillo, Cihuatlán, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo Corrientes and Tomatlán, belonging to Health Regions VII based in Autlán de Navarro and VIII based in Puerto Vallarta; in locations where the hurricane was felt most strongly.
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In the municipality of Cihuatlán, the operation was led by a specialized team of 10 people belonging to the Emergency Health Care Service (SAMU); an Advanced Medical Post (PMA) was installed; It also had the support of 3 Light Units of Rapid Intervention (ULIR) and an ambulance of Intensive Therapy. In the municipalities of Ayutla, Autlán and La Huerta, the Health Caravans were activated.
Through a statement, it was reported that the tours by SAMU Jalisco and personnel of the Sanitary Jurisdiction continue, along the coastal corridor verifying damages, visiting health units and active temporary shelters.
While, in the Sanitary Region VIII Puerto Vallarta, the Scientific Council of the Bay continues in a permanent session, prior to the contingency the Jurisdictional Committee of Health Safety met where all the Health institutions participate.
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