Experts say Dominican Republic is on the verge of second wave of Covid infection


They favor making use of all the preventive tools available so far. Santo Domingo, DR The Dominican Republic is on the threshold of a second wave of Covid-19 infection, with a sustained increase in contagion cases in the last three weeks, and whose most significant expression could be materialized between January and February as a result of the Christmas festivities. The warning was made yesterday together by José Rafael Yunen, a specialist in critical care, and José Brea del Castillo, pediatric infectologist, an expert in vaccines, who recommend that the country make use of all the existing preventive tools both at the level of medicines and vaccines of emergency that demonstrate effectiveness, together with the non-medicated ones, like the use of a medical mask, hygiene, and distance. They recalled that […]

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