An Outpatient Center for AIDS Treatment and Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment and Prevention (Capacity) will offer quick tests for Central American immigrants while they are the ones who require it.
– Lydia M. Lopez (@ LidiaMLopez17) November 3, 2018
This campaign began with concern, knowing that Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala have a high number of people infected with HIV, while in Mexico these figures are lower.
It is expected that people who are already discovered with the disease will come to the congress of migrants, or some who do not know how to be HIV carriers, so they can do this for the central population who want to get the test or demand medication for their recovery.
Experts say that there are standards in Mexico where healthcare personnel should offer drugs to those who need it if their situation is normal or they become legitimate migrants in the next 60 or 90 days.
Never forget that we are all human beings and that in this life we will always need each other. Thank you to all the people who, along with our brother-in-law migrants through Xoxtla, have shown solidarity to make their transition brighter. # CaravanaDeMigrantes @ CNDH pic.twitter.com/PEnhZI0CnH
– Angel Flores Ramos (@ AngelelXoxtla) November 5, 2018