Government working group evaluated local epidemiological situation

Florida, Feb. 6.- The municipality of Florida accumulates at the end of last Thursday a total of 67 medical discharges and eight cases still admitted to hospitals in the province, which represents a recovery of around 95 percent of confirmed patients with Covid -19 from April of last year to date in this territory.

This transcends the report of the municipal directorate of Public Health during the meeting of the government working group in this territory, where the most recent actions of epidemiological surveillance at the institutional and community level were evaluated, with emphasis on the control of contacts of the five positive cases, residents of the neighborhood known as La Curva Herrera.

In this sense, the authorities of the Florida municipality insist on the priority of ensuring strict compliance with the isolation measures in their respective homes, and in turn guarantee the attention of the needs of the families under the restriction of movement, with the support from community work groups.

The direction of the Municipal Public Health Sector also reported on the most recent results of PCR tests carried out on contacts of cases with Covid-19 in Florida, where the five members of the family residing on Calixto García Street received a negative diagnosis, and a traveler who came to the Argentine popular council, who had been hospitalized for more than ten days with specialized medical care.

As another of the priorities in the current stage, in the working meeting of the Florida Government the actions of the control over the commercialization of basic necessities products and services were evaluated, and the application in the day of 25 fines to violators of prices and legality, along with a measure of forced sale of onion and pineapple in the popular council of Ibarra to ensure that people acquire the offer at the value established by the competent authorities.

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