Saturday, April 1, 2023

No further practice of viral challenges that harm health will be tolerated

There are pharmacies that do not care about the health or safety of people and sell controlled drugs without a prescription; Meanwhile, some form of responsibility can be placed on minors who practice the challenge of taking clonazepam, as well as on parents.

It was announced by the governor, Ricardo Gallardo Cardona, that after 16 secondary school students in Ciudad Valles were poisoned by ingesting the drug, at least six students would have completed the challenge that put their lives at risk. Was.

“We are investigating who are the children and young people who are doing this, this is when the missing two day challenge started receiving a search letter to upload and the entire justice system to start looking for them set in motion for,” specified.

The state president also related this issue to what happened in the municipality of Huasteco, it is the same, he recalled, what happened in the school where they joked with an alleged bomb, they just tied some cables and a sheet where they wrote things down, then called 911 themselves to say that there was an explosive device, “These kinds of things can’t be tolerated, because they move the whole system and a distract the security system, besides putting themselves at risk from the stampede.” The boys are what they wanted.”

He added that “these kinds of things and these kinds of challenges are being punished, not just young people being punished, but parents who are allowing and who are letting young people do what they do.” Which they’re doing.” want.”

At the same time, he assured that the pharmacies would be reviewed, “We are going to do it, although it is difficult to control all of them, there are many pharmacies that deserve it, they do not ask for a prescription and they sell There is nothing else to sell.”

Finally, Gallardo Cardona concedes that “that’s where the parenting issue comes in as well, it’s not just the youth, we all have to participate.”

The new viral challenge is called “He who sleeps last” and involves taking pills of clonazepam or diazepam, a controlled drug that causes sleep and total relaxation, so they risk their lives by playing this “game”. Let’s put in

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