Chief Fabiana, as she is known, confirmed on May 12 that she had been diagnosed with Covid-19.
Fabiana Zepeda Arias, the head of the Nursing Programs Division of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), was discharged, so he is at home after entering the General Hospital of the La Raza National Medical Center for testing positive for Covid-19.
This was reported by the director general of the IMSS, Zoé Robledo Aburto, during the afternoon conference at the National Palace.
“Today the Chief Fabiana was graduated, she is already at home. She was hospitalized for a few days, but she has come out and is doing very well, ”she said.
On May 15, the Institute reported in a statement that Chief Fabiana, as she is known, had entered the hospital for “Personal decision” to monitor your health when suffering from Covid-19.
There it was placed “under observation in the Intermediate Therapy area with a stable health report and under the best medical care.”
Chief Fabiana confirmed on May 12 that she had been diagnosed with Covid-19.
“I am in isolation, since I tested positive for COVID-19. I am blessed by my family, friends and colleagues who write to monitor me, ”she said.
I am in isolation, since I tested positive for COVID19. I am blessed by my family, friends and colleagues who write to me to monitor me.
I live what my companions live[email protected] around the world. Solidarity hug in our # DíaDeLaEnfermería💗, even if it is virtual and at a healthy distance
– Chief Fabiana (@jefafabiana) May 13, 2020