In a document that they shared on their social networks, CETIS denied that 50 students were affected, as reported on social networks and some local media.
“It is necessary to point out that only four (students) were aware of their health problems, giving support and assistance to their relatives,” he explained.
According to the institution, the school authorities guide the families of the students who had to be attended. The investigations, he explained, will be carried out by the competent authorities.
“The relatives of the affected students are guided and accompanied during the legal proceedings that may take place, protecting the human rights of the students at all times, leaving the carrying out of the investigations in the hands of the competent authorities and the Prosecutor’s Office. corresponding authorities,” he added.