Morelia, Michoacán.- Karla Berdichevsky Feldman, director general of the National Center for Gender Equity and Reproductive Health, invited the population on Monday to know the guidelines for the prevention and mitigation of Covid-19 in the care of Pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and newborn.
The official noted that since it is a human right: «Maternal and neonatal health care are services that must be maintained during the covid-19 epidemic.»
It also detailed that the guideline that is available on the coronavirus microsite and on the National Center for Gender Equity and Reproductive Health page resumes hygiene and healthy distance and hospital conversion measures.
«Staying at home is emphasized, as there are additional risk factors,» he said.
Recommended measures include paying attention to signs of alarm in pregnancy such as vaginal bleeding, severe headache, blurred vision, swelling of the face, hands or feet, pain in the mouth of the stomach, or fever.
To learn more about the subject, the numbers 800 6283762 800 maternal 200 were made available to the public for attention and information.
It was also recommended to maintain a social link, family members or members of health services who may be requested for assistance in the event of a problem.
It reiterated the importance of prenatal consultations with directions from health staff at your clinic.
It was also recalled that it was essential to maintain the free of service and the 8007678527 was shared to report irregularities to Insabi, such as the collection of any of these services in their clinics.
«Pregnancy care is a right and your health is a priority and we urge you to seek care through the pathways we have presented,» concluded Berdichevsky Feldman.