The protest on Saturday October 22 to find the nurse has been cancelled.
Last Friday, October 21 of this year, the 32-year-old nurse Itzel Valdés Pérez from IMSS clinic 11 in Xalapa was reported missing. He was reported missing because his whereabouts were unknown after leaving a guard duty at 8:10 am on Thursday, October 20.
Relatives, friends and co-workers from IMSS clinic 11 demonstrated in Xalapa to demand that the authorities help locate the missing nurse alive as soon as possible.
– CodeXalapa (@CodigoXalapa) October 21, 2022
The collaborators of Clinic 11 of the IMSS organized with the relatives of the nurse and launched a call for a second demonstration for Saturday, October 22, which was cancelled.
The cancellation of the protest was due to the 32-year-old nurse and mother Itzel Valdés Pérez being found alive and well. The news was given on a cardboard posted outside the IMSS clinic 11.
The following message is read on said cardboard: “Comrades, thank God, the compañera Itzel Valdés appeared with good grace, we appreciate her presence and collaboration, for the support provided and her willingness, the march scheduled for today, October 22, 2022 remains canceled thank you”.
Nurse Itzel Valdés Pérez is already reunited with her husband and her two daughters, six and two years old, who were waiting for her to return home safely.
#ThePowerOfTruth 🔥| A poster pasted on the facade of clinic 11 of the #IMSS in #Xalapa, celebrates the location of the missing nurse. They cancel the march this Saturday.#Check it in the Heat pic.twitter.com/c9GM94d1B4
– To the Political Heat (@alcalorpolitico) October 22, 2022