Guadalajara realizó la compra de tres máquinas fumigantes contra el dengue

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A municipal employee operates a fogging machine to kill mosquito larvae inside a house to fight the spread of dengue at an interior village in the town of Antipolo town, Rizal province, east of Manila on August 30, 2019. - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on August 8 he was open to lifting his government's blanket ban on the Dengvaxia vaccine, which Manila has prohibited after parents blamed it for the deaths of several dozen children who were among more than 700,000 people immunised in a state-run trial programme. After the scare caused Filipinos to shy away from vaccines, the country was hit with measles and dengue outbreaks that have so far killed nearly a thousand people this year. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
Con la intención de combatir la reproducción del mosquito transmisor de dengue, el Ayuntamiento de Guadalajara realizó la compra de tres máquinas fumigantes, dos portátiles y una para ser instalado en un vehículo, que tuvieron un costo superior a los 100 mil pesos.
La tesorera municipal, Sandra Tovar, detalló que estos equipos fueron adquiridos para atender la crisis por enfermos de dengue en distintas partes de la ciudad, sobre todos en la zona oriente.
“El Zalate, y la Colonia el campesino y los equipos portátiles serán utilizados toda la semana en la Colonia Atlas”.
Cecilia Cerna