This was reported by the Minister of Health of Guanajuato The first agricultural workers were taken care of on a daily basis from states such as Guerrero, Oaxaca, Michoacán, Jalisco and Chiapas; The same people who come to the entity this season to work in the fields.
On the subject, the state health secretariat said it has the infrastructure, human resources, and equipment to care for these groups.
The Minister of Health, Daniel Diaz Martinez, stated that comprehensive care is being provided for health aspects that put population fluctuations as well as stable populations at risk.
The Minister of Health of Guanajuato explained that, starting in April, the presence of the first group of migrant agricultural day workers detected in the territory of Guanajuato has been reported to the state’s epidemiology area by Health District VIII, and are resettled in the municipality of San Francisco del Rincon.
He added that Meranti farm workers from Guerrero state were discovered only in San Francisco del Rincon in the Maguyi region with an approximate population of 36 people.
The authorities specify that the workers deployed by the Ministry of Health in this process are organized according to the needs of this population, as they sometimes go to the night areas to carry out medical care activities, or receive them in the facilities of the nearest health units.
They point out that this seeks to alleviate health problems, given their conditions of vulnerability, such as illiteracy, malnutrition, uses and habits; One of the problems we have is the language limitation, since very few people speak Spanish, they generally use some dialects such as Nahuatl, Zapotec, Mixtec, and others.
up to date, Guanajuato’s Minister of Health reports that no outbreak has been recordedin which population awareness activities were carried out to reduce risks.
It should be noted that in 2021 about 1,990 people arrived in the state to do chili, tomato and onion tablet activities.
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