CDMX patient with coronavirus could be discharged

Most likely, the man will be isolated in his home for a period of 14 days. Photo: Reuters


José Arturo Martínez Orozco, head of the Department of Infectology of the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases (INER), announced that the CDMX patient who was diagnosed with Covid-19 coronavirus It could be discharged.

In an interview, Martínez Orozco reported most likely that the man is isolated at home over a period of 14 days.

The discharge depends on each patient and the evolution during the first 24 hours ”

Photo: Reuters

The patient, who was in Italy, already presented the symptoms at the time the test was done. However, until now is stable, according to Martinez.

It is a stable case, it is a common flu and it is in isolation. INER has a lot of experience and we have dealt with other types of coronaviruses. ”

In the same way they tested the relatives forTo rule out infections.

By protocol, the whole family was treated and valued. At the moment, none is infected with the virus ”

Finally, he stressed that health authorities they prepared for two months to be able to attend cases of Covid-19.


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