The man who served the sentence in prison has had to be transferred to the health resort in the area in the last few hours after he has reported symptoms of a rodent-borne disease. It is investigated whether there are several cases
The 24-year-old man who stayed in Magdalene's prison a few days ago had to be transferred to a highly complex health center in the city after reporting the symptoms that people had encountered with hantavirus. Currently, he has a dedicated clinical prognosis.
One of them is a prisoner from the site of Jose Leon Suarez (Gral San Martín), who is serving a sentence in the prison department for one year.
According to the first data provided by the authorities, more than a week ago there was a general malaise with joint and head pain, a picture similar to flu.
It was then decided to take prisoners to Magdalena Hospital, where "bilateral interstitial pneumonia and respiratory problems" were detected.
Faced with the complexity of the health situation, the patient was referred to the San Juan de Dios hospital, where he underwent a series of tests to find out whether his general discomfort was due to a rodent-borne disease.
Prior to the positive test, the next step was to move the man to an intensive therapeutic area where he would be hospitalized in the coming days to receive treatment designed to combat the damage caused by this pathology.
According to the authorities, the prisoner performs light tasks in the carpentry of a prison due to the previous disability. They also said that there is "no quarantine pavilion" and that "the activities are carried out with full normality".
It was also reported that, in this context, "epidemiology and provincial vector management personnel carried out inspections of inspection and disinfection inspections in the cell and pavilion where the patient resides, in border pavilions and in the carpentry workshop."
It was also stated that "a fumigation and rat eradication plan that had not previously existed in the SPB was introduced and that" Magdalena unit 28 intensified weekly frequency events in recent months, given that the unit is located in the suburban area. "
Another of the preventive tasks that had taken place was to meet staff to inform them about the situation and to strengthen training in the context of preventive measures.
Meanwhile, it was reported that Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will continue to boost the fumigation of all areas with "getting the necessary inputs for proper implementation of deratization actions".