A team from the Ministry of Health will monitor the Indian variant of COVID-19 in Arequipa

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) Indian that a team of officials will travel to the Arequipa region this Friday to reinforce the health response to the increase in cases and deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19).

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The Vice Minister of Benefits and Health Insurance, Bernardo Ostos, who will lead the mission, explained that among the actions to be carried out is the follow-up of the case of the Indian variant, called Delta, which has been detected in this city.

This variant deserves adequate follow-up and on the results we will conclude, or not, if there is a direct relationship with the figures for the increase in cases in the region.”, He said.

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He also reported that the vaccination process against the coronavirus in Arequipa will be intensified with the dispatch of more immunization brigades. For this reason, it has been planned to send a greater number of doses.

The official explained that the implementation of services in the Goyeneche and Honorio Delgado hospitals will be strengthened, and therefore two isotanks of 20 tons of oxygen each will be installed, as well as oxygen concentrators.

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Likewise, technical assistance will be provided for the operation of these and other medicinal oxygen plants, so that there may be an important reserve of this resource.

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A group of doctors will also travel, as well as nurses, who will support their colleagues in the first line of action against COVID-19.



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