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Sing and don’t cry: this is how they receive COVID doctors from other states in CDMX

The IMSS director visited the Autodromo on December 25. Photo: Cuartoscuro / Archive

After presenting Operation Chapultepec, the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) received doctors from other states that will support the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome with emotional applause and the famous song “Cute sky”.

In a video released by the IMSS On his Twitter account, you can see the moment when the bus, which was transporting the doctors, is received between batons, applause and the “Ay, ay, ay, ay, sing and don’t cry, because singing they rejoice, dear dear, the hearts.”

In the background you can see the stands of the Foro Sol stadium. doctors they were cheered on by their battle mates.

For its part, Zoé Robledo, director of the IMSS, visited the Autodromo on December 25 and assured that the expansion of beds is carried out to avoid rejecting patients with COVID-19.

“If we put all this together, between institutions and the energy that the Autodromo staff has and the growth of beds, we are sure that we will achieve the goal of zero rejections, that no one is left without attention, we can all help, and the best is that people stay at home; keep taking care, the vaccine is an element and may it be the beginning of the end of the pandemic ”.

The Operation Chapultepec is instructed by the general director of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo, who deploys more than 600 elements of medical personnel and nursing to strengthen COVID-19 care in the Metropolitan Area of ​​the country and in the state of Baja California.

Although at this time the IMSS has the infrastructure to expand the ability to care as the number of COVID-19 patients increases and reinforces its teams, again appealed to the conscience of the community to avoid meetings on these dates and continue with the protocols of healthy distance, hand washing, use of face masks and antibacterial gel to prevent contagion.

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