Aracaju Municipality, through the Municipal Health Department (SMS), is constantly monitoring the person who came to the capital from the United Kingdom. This Thursday, 10, in addition to the five people who had already been tested, program Arakaju Bela Vida returned home to collect samples through the RT-PCR test of the other two.
According to the PMA, everyone who comes in contact with passengers, even if they are asymptomatic, is advised to stay home alone and monitored daily by the Aju service. Young Araguana boarded a flight departing from the United Kingdom on June 5, the site of more than a thousand confirmed cases, with contacts in Madrid and Guadeloupe, Sவோo Paulo.
On suspicion, the United Kingdom was urgently required to provide analysis and test results of the SMS samples as it is the country with the delta variant cases of SARS-Cove-2 known as the Indian variant.
The municipal health department is finalizing strategies to make the new variant difficult to enter Aracaju. The first steps include increased inspections at the airport and bus station and expansion of testing at these access points to the city.
Aragaju for Life Plan
Aragaju Bela Vita, which has been operating for about a year, aims to ensure home maintenance for the Govt-19 cases, as a way to improve the flow of health equipment in the municipality of Aragaju.
Monitor Aju provides home visits to these patients who are at risk of exacerbation of the disease, such as the elderly or those with comorbidity or suspected cases.
“We have a role to play in the Govt service, including vaccinating bedridden people. Whenever we need support for epidemiological surveillance in suspicious cases, such as this traveler who has begun testing and monitoring,” project coordinator Cynthia Belfort announced.
As of Monday (7), 4,515 consultations were performed, 335 rapid tests, 1,147 RT-PCR tests, 31 needed to be sent to the hospital, and 650 bedridden people were vaccinated.
The program consists of eight multifaceted groups, including a physician, a nurse, and a local health agency. At the same time as the basic health units, teams visit Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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