The Mayor of Epuyu, Antonio Reato, today announced that part of the restrictive measures set out in the city of 4000 inhabitants will be lifted in the northwest of Chubut on Thursday, declaring the appearance of Hantavirus at the beginning of December. 11 dead
"The mood of the population is better and I will lift the restrictive measure that, as of next Friday, resolved almost resolutions in February, such as prohibiting meetings, scheduling and scraping, public places," said Reato a Télam.
The head of the Communist Party has clarified that "we have to take care of the minimum 10 days, until mid-February, if we do not have a bit more".
Growth and increasing cases of Hantavirus, on 31st of Chubut, by Reato's management, resolved in early January "the interruption of group activity for forty consecutive days", "among the infections caused by hantavirus established by health warning."
In addition, "all the activities of the group were included in the institutional spaces of the province, except for the Ministry of Health," Resolution 007/2019, which will change these conditions to be more flexible.
The mayor has told Telam that "it is improving the issue and that it will be a promising situation in the street, in stores, in the supermarket, especially since weekends with intensive care, many are creating selective isolation and there will be few remaining next week ".
"The bombardment completely condemned us," said Reat, due to its impact on the first health, then the social economy and, finally, the economic impact of tourism, which is an important source of revenue for us and the region as a whole. "
The reduction measures announced by the mayor by month, with the recommendation of the Ministry of Health, were supported by various public departments, such as the Peace Court, dependent on the Judicial Penal in Chubut, and the announcement of the celebration of weddings.
The province of Patagonia took precautionary measures, including selective isolation for nearly 100 people, which were considered to be "epidemiological link, were relatives or relatives infected with viruses, many of which were released. (Telam)