80 cases of H1N1 confirmed in Sinaloa
Culiacan, Sinaloa. - For the temperature change, the H1N1 influenza and does not affect the Sinaloa, said state health secretary, Ernesto Echeverría Aispuro, after confirming that there were 80 cases, three of them fatal.
In an interview, said that to prevent the disease, the health sector 601,630 applied dose antiinfluenza , for a coverage of 100 percent.
He cited that those most affected by the disease were restricted to persons aged 20 to 50 years of age. He said that thanks to these shares, the number of reported cases reached only 1.15% at the national level.
"This percentage reflects the hard work on prevention and health promotion, and the program of vaccination intensive statewide reaffirmed.