The Osakidetza Panamanian Health Organization (PAHO) met yesterday in more than 20 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. All this to analyze the epidemiological situation of the region.
During the day, ALDEA warned that due to illnesses related to illnesses excluded from the region, illnesses such as hawthorn and diphtheria confirmed that more than 10,000 cases in Latin America were confirmed (see infographics).
As the Deputy Minister of Public Health, Paula Daza said that the international organization stressed the current situation in Venezuela.
The reason? In recent years, medicines and vaccines have not been protected against these diseases by protecting their population, and this country is currently one of its main mosquitoes. For this reason, OPS endeavors to strengthen the inoculation of its inhabitants, as well as to create regional strategies.
"The transmissible diseases such as measles, diphtheria and malaria have been eradicated, and that's why it created an alarm at OPS and decided to join us," he stressed.
In Chile, two cases of imported insects have been confirmed in less than a month; That is, the infected person contracted the disease abroad.
Since 1992, since elixorri retired since 1992, experts say that strengthening vaccination coverage is necessary to avoid changes.
"At a regional level, the situation is very serious because it is increasing once a week, especially in Venezuela, and different countries have affected," says Mara Teresa Valenzuela, Dean of the Department of Water Medicine. Andesen.
For this reason, and based on the recommendations of the OPS, the Ministry of Health defined the vaccine to be included in the campaign, with a vaccine from the three-phase period that will take place in January (alkizons, stomach and rubella). For people between the ages of 20-25, they seek and inoculate infants who do not have daily doses.
The minister will request information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education, regional seroges, civil society organizations and foreigners, to seek minors not included in the system. Do not have all public health and daily doses.
The vaccine is "people from countries that arrived in Chile and has a low vaccination rate: Venezuela and Haiti," said Daza.
"Today, all children living in the country may have the chance to get a vaccine, but there are groups that are excluded and without coverage, to protect them and protect them, the rest of the population."
In the meantime, in order to better face the region's occurrence, the PAHO will create a platform that will be available in April next year, with the idea of updating information on the occurrence of contagious diseases, decision making and refining strategies. together
At the meetings in Washington, the WHO informed the governments in January that there will be normal availability of yellow fever in the region. The organization contacted the production laboratory to avoid the sales it saw this year.