The State Council on Prevention and Control of HIV and AIDS (COESIDA) has announced that, as part of the strengthening of actions for the attention and control of this disease, will be examined in different communities of the organization.
In this regard, José Antonio Martínez García, Deputy Secretary of Health and Health Services Co-ordinator of the State of the State (SSEP) reported that by the Council presided over by the Secretary of Health, Arely Sánchez Negrete, maintains the work coordinated with civilians organizations to realize the importance of this subject.
Therefore, on the occasion of the National HIV Testing Day, which this year will be commemorated on November 23, it will take place on Friday the day of detection in the Paseo Bravo kiosk of 11 in the morning, María Claudia Rivera Luna reported , a state official of the HIV-AIDS Program.
He explained that the goal is to bring the population the chance of a fast attempt, because it is very important to have early diagnosis of having medical attention in due time, if necessary.
There will also be a day inside the State: November 22 on the Esplanade of Tulcingo del Valle; 23rd, in the Normal School of Zacatlán and in the Ecological Park of Tehuacán; the 28, in the Technological Institute Superior of Zacatlán; On November 29, at the Zoology of Atlixco; 30, in San Martin Texmelucan and Akatlán de Osorio; and December 1 in the morning in the Zokalo city of Puebla.
On the other hand, Arturo Mompín Ramírez, Director of Public Health and Epidemiological Surveillance, stressed that there are many people who do not know that they are living with HIV, so it is necessary to take advantage of practical detection tools and to know that there is treatment for the disease.
In the name of civil society organizations, Onán Vázquez Chávez, of the association "Do not Dejarse Is Incluirse," said this type of activity is very important to ensure that those who demand it serve healthy services and support the Commitment of civil society to promote a work in favor of prevention, care and control of the disease.