Two policemen helped give birth to a woman in quarantine

Amid the mandatory isolation dictated by the Government to contain the spread of the choroanvirus, a woman gave birth in her home helped by two policemen. Both the mother and the baby were taken to a Berisso hospital in good health.

This Saturday morning, two policemen from the Buenos Aires town helped a woman who was giving birth in her house in the midst of quarantine. This is the troops of the Patrol Command Vilma Ramírez and Leonel Menéndez, who approached the house around 11.

The pregnant woman and her partner were waiting for the ambulance, but in the emergency, the officers decided to assist her in labor.

Vilma Ramírez and Leonel Menéndez helped deliver a woman in Berisso. (Photo: courtesy

According to what the authorities explained, upon entering they found “a person in labor.” “We found the woman and we proceeded to cut the umbilical cord “, they reported.

The policemen performed medical tasks on the baby, who was born without problems. Both were transferred by SAME to the hospital and his health is good.

Written by Argentina News

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