65 unionized members of the Ahome City Council have tested positive for Covid-19

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- Until last Tuesday’s cut, they were 65 unionized workers of town hall by Ahome infected with Covid-19reported José Ramón Palafox.

The general secretary of the Union of Workers in the Service of the City Council recognized that this fourth wave has reached more employees; however, he stated that all are stable and under medical treatment.

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“There have been infections among our colleagues. On Tuesday we did a count and we are talking about 65 people who had tested positive. We spoke within all the staff at a general level, from the operational and administrative area, from the office areas, there were a number of people out there who came out positive, they immediately took action on the matter, they were treated and they were safeguarded in their homes. ”, he assured.

Likewise, he commented that in the case of people considered vulnerable, that is, adults or those with a chronic illness or pregnant women, they are working under the home office modality (from their homes), in order to avoid infect too.

“To all vulnerable people, pregnant, diabetic, hypertensive and over 60 years of age, the municipality made it easier for them to do their work at home. They are still working that way in an effort to protect us,” he stressed.

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Finally, he asked the entire workforce to be more responsible in terms of health protocols, not only during working hours but also outside of it, to avoid further contagion and, above all, that the operation of the dependencies is paralyzed.

Graduated from the Communication Sciences Degree at UdeO (now UadeO) Los Mochis unit. In 2007, she began her professional career as a reporter and host of the news program Hechos Mochis of the television company TVAzteca. A year later, he moved to the Noroeste newspaper, giving coverage to Government, Business and Agricultural sources. Subsequently, he joined the ranks of the team of journalists of each editorial of EL DEBATE where he currently covers the areas of Politics, Government and Business. Among his professional training, the Oveja Negra journalism workshop that EL DEBATE carried out in conjunction with the International Consulting company Máquina de Ideas stands out, among others. In addition to courses taught by the INEGI related to electoral crimes and journalism, among others focused on journalistic practice. In 2018 he was awarded by the Mexican Culture Seminar, correspondent Los Mochis-El Fuerte and Guasave in the framework of Freedom of Expression Day

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