Mazatlan has no monkeypox cases or suspects

The Chief of the Sanitary Jurisdiction of Mazatlan said that Mazatlan does not have any case of monkeypox, nor is it suspicious as it was handled in social networks.

Mazatlan has no monkeypox cases or suspects
There is no case of monkeypox in Mazatlan, nor any suspected cases. Illustrative image: Courtesy

Mazatlan does not have any case of monkeypox, nor is it suspicious as it is handled in social networks, assured Africa Carrasco Valenzuela, head of Sanitary Jurisdiction 5. The official regretted that information is spread without being confirmed, as it only creates fear in citizens.

Mazatlan as a tourist destination, despite the sanitary measures, the risk of monkeypox is growing and "we are all exposed to catching it, although immunocompromised people and children, if they catch it, the symptoms may be greater", she added. he added.

In view of the threat, the only way to reduce risks is to maintain the sanitary measures, insisted the Chief of Sanitary Jurisdiction 5. Carrasco Valenzuela, participated in the start of the safe summer operation. Since last month, the agency has had two hydration and orientation modules for locals and visitors to avoid sunstroke and heat stroke.

The modules are located at the entrance to the lighthouse and another on the boardwalk near the Mazatlán brand. Crime rate down