Asymptomatic and in good spirits, the rescued miners continue

After being trapped in the Cerro Maimon mine for 10 days, the miners Gregory Méndez and Carlos Yépez, who were rescued on Tuesday, are in good spirits and have accepted the monitoring mission. Ramon de Lara Military HospitalWhere did they enter?

This information was given this morning Dr. Joel Urena, The infectious specialist of the Ramón de Lara Military Hospital said that he is currently maintaining a satisfactory evolution in the results of the evaluations made by the various services of the center, including general medicine, nutrition, psychology, dermatology and orthopedics.

They remain under observation for 48 or 72 hours. If they continue without the conditions, they will be sent home to return to their regular activities,” explained the expert.

After their recovery, the patients arrived at the Ramon de Lara Hospital at three in the afternoon on Wednesday, where they were evaluated by a team of doctors from various fields, including general medicine, nutrition, psychology, dermatology and orthopaedics.

He explained that they were received in a stable general condition and are currently asymptomatic, in good spirits and accepting the observation status that the hospital has initiated since their admission.

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