The Ministry of Health has launched 19 CEPAT in Jujuy province, which allows populations to have greater accessibility to diagnosis since the introduction of the Strategic Plan, thereby increasing the number of studies aimed at detecting early HIV and AIDS. sexually transmitted infections.
"We have a very clear early diagnosis policy that goes hand in hand with community prevention and community work strategies," said Ral Romn, head of HIV AIDS, adding that prevention and treatment is important for people to have access to a quick test and subsequent confirmation through lab sewing.
Then Romn informed that in December the numbers were closed in terms of the number of tests performed in the 19th CEPAT, but they clarified that it could be said that 3,000 diagnostic studies had already been carried out, corresponding to the total sum of 2017. He further explained that, unlike last year the province doubled in 2018 by purchasing fast-track tests because a hygiene warning was announced to tackle the serious responsibility and severity of sexually transmitted diseases, seals.
He also noted that not only in hospitals and health care facilities, people will find advice and testing centers, but they also work hand in hand with Healthcare Mobile Women, which travels to the most remote population. That is why I thanked the medical teams who have strengthened prevention in primary care centers and have averaged 150 quick tests a month.
New Cepat is located in CAPS Ciudad de Nieva in San Salvador de Jujuy, which provides care on Monday from 7:30 to 15 years. At the same time, you have access to a quick, free, voluntary, and confidential test to detect illnesses such as HIV AIDS, Sfilis and hepatitis.