They look for 400 tapatíos who traveled to the US and could have COVID-19
Although the exact number was not given, they point out that they were on two charter flights to Vail, a ski area in Colorado.
Although an exact figure was not given, the Jalisco government is looking for around 400 people, who were on two charter flights to Vail , a ski area in Colorado, United States, of which several would be infected with COVID-19 .
According to the governor, they are already in Jalisco and "they represent a potential contagion front ."
For this reason he asked them for responsibility, adding that they are already in the process of identifying those with whom they had contact. Although he also reported that many of them attended crowded places such as Tapalpa and Bahía de Banderas, near Puerto Vallarta.
'' We have to take it seriously. We need these people to understand that they have a very high probability of having acquired the virus and are a potential risk for people who are close to you, '' said the president.
For his part, Jalisco Health Secretary Fernando Petersen asked them to remain in permanent isolation and to contact the same secretariat to maintain control and sample them in stages.
"We don't want this to be the start of a major coronavirus spread ," Petersen said.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: fever, cough, and feeling of shortness of breath.
In case of introducing them, stay home and call the special attention line 3338233220; 911 should be used exclusively for urgencies and emergencies.
Google translation from Informador.