The family of the three-year-old boy who tested positive for coronavirus in the Nuestro Hogar 3 neighborhood, in the city of Córdoba, continues to experience a dramatic situation. After being discharged by the team from the Children’s Hospital, where he was hospitalized, the family was transferred to a public complex in Alta Gracia. Once there, the mother started receiving threatening messages so you don’t go home.
“Via WhatsApp and by calls they tell her that she is contaminated and not to return to the neighborhood“explained Juan Peñaloza, president of the Neighborhood Center of Nuestro Hogar 3, a neighborhood that this Wednesday was released from the sanitary fence established by the Emergency Operations Center (COE) of Córdoba.
“Messages came to him where he was told that his house was going to be burned. It is tremendous because people have to understand that it can happen to anyone“Peñaloza added.
The police authorities are already aware of the threats and as soon as the isolation ends, the boy and his family will return to their home.
In the case of this family, the situation is even more worrisome, since the mother left her home days before her son’s positive, due to having suffered an act of gender violence. She went to the Women’s Pole where she received restraint and is currently in a mountain cabin with her children.