Thursday, July 30, 2020

‘Head’ Fabiana of the IMSS tests COVID-19

The head of the Nursing Programs Division of the Mexican Social Security Institute is isolated at home. Fabiana Zepeda Arias, head of the Nursing Programs Division of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), reported on Tuesday that she tested positive for COVID-19. For this reason, added Zepeda Arias, she is isolated at home and following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health. The nurse, also known as the ‘Chief’ Fabiana, was unveiled at an evening conference on COVID-19 in Mexico to highlight the attacks that medical personnel are receiving in the current pandemic. On April 20, in Mexico there were 21 attacks against nursing personnel, denounced Fabiana Zepeda. “We want to extend this call for respect, to stop the aggression. It hurts, it hurts to talk about this, we are also people, we also have family and we are leaving our homes, our families, our life in hospital units,” he said. I am in isolation, since I tested positive for COVID19. I am blessed by my family, friends and colleagues who write to me to monitor me. I live what my companions live around the world. Solidarity hug in our “, # DíaDeLaEnfermería,” ????, although it is virtual and healthy distance


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