July 13/ PROGRESS.– This morning the Municipal President of Progreso, Julián Zacarías Curi, visited the “San Joaquín” shelter to deliver healing materials and a basic kit of items for protection against COVID-19, all with the purpose of reinforce and meet the needs of users. See more
For this delivery, he was accompanied by Magdalena Herrera Miranda, head of the Municipal System of the DIF, who explained that in response to the request of Sister Aurelia Sánchez, the mayor ordered the delivery of gauze, mouth covers, alcohol gel, bandages, gloves , among other materials that were requested for the more than 30 older adults who belong to the shelter.
“At all times we are aware of each of them and we will always prioritize their well-being, which is why we are here today to visit them and listen to their requests, endorsing our commitment and assuring them that we will continue working for them,” said Zacarías Curi.
He also took the opportunity to highlight that in addition to this delivery, users are frequently served with the delivery of food pantries, blankets, medical care through the health module and the sanitation of the facilities is periodically implemented.
On the other hand, he also explained that before the vaccination day for older adults due to the current pandemic, they were treated with the two doses in the same place.
Finally, Zacarías Curi reiterated his unconditional support for all the older adults in the campus, “we are fully willing to work together so that they do not lack anything, I want them to know that they will always have our support and immediate attention.”
Hi Sharon, Have you been to the home to visit. Wondering how they are all doing and how many are still with us especially Thelma and Margurita and all the others from our exercise classes
I have not been to the nursing home for 2 years as la Madre says no to visitors. I will try again next month as our new case numbers are still an issue just like home.