Thursday , May 19 2022

Health Secretary strengthens vaccination campaign against influenza


Monterrey, N.L.

The Ministry of Health has strengthened the vaccination campaign against influenza and set up a module in the Citizen Pavilion to prevent low temperatures and the population from becoming ill.

Hundreds of people in the formal field who fulfill the formalities, the opportunity to vaccination and vaccination have the opportunity.

Health Minister Manuel de la O Cavazos, together with the medical staff, administered some doses and asked the community to invite friends and family to the vaccine.

"We are administering the vaccine against influenza, especially pregnant women, adults over 60 years of age, vaccination between risk groups such as girls and boys from six months to five years.

"These people are more susceptible to complexity if they catch this disease, so it is important that they get vaccinated and invite their family to do so," he said.

Influenza is a contagious disease and can be prevented by grafting by covering it with an inner corner of a tissue or arm while coughing or sneezing and frequently washing hands.

Symptoms include sudden onset fever, usually dry cough, muscle and joint pain, headache, weakness, and runny nose.

De la O Cavazos advised the population if he did not self-administer any of these symptoms and immediately went to your nearest health unit.

So far this season, which started in October, only one case of influenza was presented, so it is important to take precautions to avoid getting sick.

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