Sanitary jurisdiction II confirmed two outbreaks of the Coxsackie virus, also called foot and mouth disease, in the same Tulancingo school, which has a total of 21 infected children.
Health professionals identify this condition as mild and contagious viral infections characterized by rash in the mouth and skin rashes on the arms and legs.
Judge David Armando Aguilar Peres reported that yesterday they confirmed 10 cases of Coxsackie viral illnesses: four girls and six boys in the Ibero-American elementary school in La Morena.
In the morning, during the change of kindergartens by Federico Froebel, they discovered four students and four infected students; but in the post-war shift there are three cases: two boys and one girl.
Aguilar Pérez explained that, following the confirmation of outbreaks, health officials trained teachers, teachers and 345 parents of both educational institutions on disease prevention and treatment measures.
He informed that on Tuesday, after a meeting with Mr Rubén Hernández Ortega, head of the Regional Education Services Branch, they agreed that primary school principals, parents and the student community were taking preventive measures to stop the spread of the Coxsackie virus, including frequent handwashing, use of separate cutlery, foot and shoulder sneaks.
Marie Antoine Islands