The SSJ counts 16 in the entire municipality of Chapala
Families in the municipality of Chapala are in mourning. In the photo a family of Ajijic during the wake of the deceased
Sofía Medeles / Domingo M. Flores (Ajijic, Jal.) .- Ten inhabitants of Ajijic (between 32 to 61 years old) lost their lives in the five days from May 10 to 14 for the alleged intake of adulterated alcohol. Five others affected by the alcohol are in recovery for a total of 15 in Ajijic ,according to a count by Laguna reporters.
The Jalisco Ministry of Health (SSJ) official data as of May 20 shows 16 cases identified in the entire municipality of Chapala: 11 deceased, four discharged and one patient who is still hospitalized in grave condition. In the neighboring municipality of Jocotepec there has been only one death recorded, a 63-year-old male.
Four of the five survivors in Ajijic have already been discharged, according to Laguna’s last count of those affected. The fifth, Mrs. Martha Blas, is still hospitalized but stable. Those discharged are: José Guadalupe «Pepa», Rodrigo Alejandre Covarrubias «Pinky», Agripin Carranza Ramos «Pin» and Mr. Pedro Castillo. Three of the survivors have partial loss of vision… Find complete information in print edition.
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