The outlook is sad and bleak as the facilities also continue to be looted and vandalized, and they have also been taken over by vandals and destitute people.
This is how the ground floor of the old facilities of the General Hospital in Mazatlán “Dr. Martiniano Carvajal” looks like.
With the recent rains of the season that have occurred in the city, the water has accumulated and it even looks like a large pool of stagnant water that gives off very unpleasant odors.
The excess humidity and accumulated water have led to an immediate increase in mosquitoes because it is a potential breeding ground, therefore it also increases the risk and concern on the part of the residents of the neighboring streets of Colonia Santa Elena, for suffering from diseases such as dengue, zika, and even chikungunya.
The outlook is sad and bleak as the facilities continue to be looted and vandalized, and they have also been taken over by vandals and destitute people.
It is worth mentioning that a few meters away is the unit where the hemodialysis service is provided, an area that is very popular with users every day and where the strong smell and the flock of mosquitoes also reach.
The Mazatlan Post