Mayor Epuyéna, Antonio Reato, reported on the abolition of most restrictive measures imposed on residents after the outbreak of hantavirus. In addition, he mentioned the "health, social and economic" impact that the disease has.
Therefore, the 007/2019 resolution will be amended to make the conditions imposed at the beginning of January more flexible. Before the outbreak of the virus, Epuyene authorities solved the "suspension of all group activities over a period of forty consecutive days".
On the other hand, Reato said that controls in non-ventilated areas would continue: "We will keep minimal care in closed places for about 10 days, until mid-February, because if we file as long as we do not need a little longer."
"The question is improving," said the mayor, "and the situation is hoping to see it on the streets, in stores, in the supermarket, especially since there are no patients in intensive care since the end of the week, many are coming out of selective isolation and very few of them will stay for the next week. "
On the other hand, Reato complained of the damage he had caused to the disease: "Influence was the first health, then social and ultimately economic, because it affected tourism, which is an important source of income for us and for the region in general." "Bomb us has hit him completely, "he concluded.
Following the proclamation of the epidemic at the beginning of December, 31 cases of hantavirus were confirmed in Chubut. 11 people died because of a disease transmitted by a long mouse.