The Health Organization (PAHO) has been involved with more than 20 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean to study the epidemiological situation in the region.
During the conference, WHO reported attacks on diseases such as resin and diphtheria. Up to now, it has recorded 10 thousand confirmed cases in Latin America.
In Chile, two imported cases imported from mosquitoes (foreigners) have been confirmed, and authorities have been alerted to the resettlement since 1992 in 1992. For this reason, experts have said that strengthening coverage is necessary to prevent the change of vaccine.
"On a regional level, the situation is very serious because it is increasing once a week, especially in Venezuelan and in different countries," said El Mercurio, researcher at the Faculty of Medicine, María Teresa Valenzuela. Andes U.
According to the OPS recommendations, the Ministry of Health has defined the vaccine (slaughter, corpses and rubella) to update the vaccine between the population aged 20 and 25 in January, children will be searched and inoculated immigrants who are not dosing at the moment.
The Ministry of Immigration will request the Ministry to request information about the foreign population outside the country, finding the missing minors not included in the healthcare system and finding doses that are not up-to-date.
According to Azpimensional, Paula Daza, "People from countries that have arrived in Chile and have a low rate of vaccine, people", have taken part in the meeting. Before that, the assistant secretary adds that "there are some excluded groups" and without daily cover, we will try to find it, to protect them and seek other people. "