Island professionals use social networks to send messages of solidarity and their willingness to be wherever they are needed.
Cuban doctors working in Mexico offer this Wednesday their united assistance to the citizens and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in the face of the disasters caused by Hurricane Otis.
Island professionals use social networks to send messages of solidarity and their willingness to be where they are needed.
“They can and always will count on the unity of the Cuban people. We, doctors trained with the example of our undefeated leader, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, tell you that you can count on us this time, if the Hurricane Otis left damage to the population of the state of Guerrero, we are ready to cooperate. in the health work being done. We are doctors from Patria o Muerte,” said one of the messages.
Another pointed out that Mexico and its president can and will always count on the solidarity of the Cuban people. We told them that they can trust us at this time, and we are ready to cooperate with the health work being done.
The Government estimates the material damage caused by Hurricane Otis, which entered the state of Guerrero with a category five and caused severe damage to houses, roads, social centers, communications and power lines, where The intensive work has been going on since Wednesday morning.
So far no deaths have been reported, but a specific report has not yet been given, as there are isolated localities without communication.
The Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation reported that tomorrow, Thursday, the Mexico-Acapulco Highway will be fully operational in both directions, after response actions due to the passage of the storm.
At the same time, he asked the population not to travel on the Mexico-Acapulco highway, Chilpancingo-Acapulco section, near the La Venta booth, because there is a total closure of circulation due to the damage.
The overflow of the Papagayo River was also recorded in the Chilpancingo-Acapulco section of the free federal highway, so the circulation was closed in general, and rock falls were also reported.
Currently the affected towns are Chilpancingo and Tierra Colorada.
Among the equipment on the ground to deal with the damage are “tractors, backhoes, motoshapers, front power loaders, compactors and dump trucks, to deal with incidents on the road network in the Costa Grande area to try to restore the facilitating the circulation of vehicles and providing security to users,” a statement detailed.