Ciudad Victoria , Tamaulipas - . Water quality and hygiene with preparing food are some of the inspections that began performing COEPRIS in 50 temporary shelters set to meet people affected by the cold wave.
The principal Sub Health Operation of the State Commission for Protection against Health Risks , Socorro Hernandez Puga said the intent of this check is to avoid any risk to the health of those who use these places to keep warm .
He said that testers analyze this dependence give water to refugees , as well as foods that are prepared with proper hygiene because, he said , the intention is to prevent acquiring any infection .
He recalled that the last review conducted in hostels was weeks after tropical storm " Ingrid " , affecting the entity and does cause thousands of people attended the shelters to protect against flooding .
He said that for the front number 14, which currently affects Tamaulipas were put over 50 shelters began to monitor them from yesterday ( Tuesday), and which will continue to visit until last winter season .