San Buenaventura, Coahuila. – The Health Ministry visited grandparents in the San Buena asylum with the aim of applying flu vaccines.
Director Victoria Ortiz, along with healthcare assistants, were alert to the request and registration of each patient.
Health nurses at the Coahuila Health Ministry have also been discussing health and food.
"Sufficient vaccines, as dictated by the rules, are allocated to children aged 6 months to 5 years old, elderly, patients with chronic degenerative diseases (diabetic and hypertensive), people working in hospitals, pregnant women, and also "The open population staffing for asylum-seekers to make work more effective because the vaccine is free and should be applied every year because the virus is mutant in people and low temperatures are a factor that increases respiratory disease," said nurses.
The Asylum Director thanked the Health Ministry's visit to vaccinating older adults because they are aware that the vaccine is not to prevent a flu, but to prevent the flu, and although there were cases in the asylum, grandparents sneeze or cough cold in your body.
Nurses have said what the flu symptoms are, so it has been detected in time.
"Symptoms of flu are headaches, bone pain, curved nose, high temperatures"
Suggestions are to eat fruits and vegetables containing more vitamin C, water and liquids, shelters and the elderly, mainly covering the mouth and nose to avoid breathing in cold air that can cause problems like pharyngitis and laryngitis.