So far, at least 14 of the 100 winning numbers in the symbolic presidential plane draw are from health institutions or public schools.
This Tuesday, various hospitals of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) and the Institute of Social Security and Services for State Workers (ISSSTE), located in the State of Mexico, Michoacán, Nayarit and Zacatecas announced that they were winners of the Jackpot.
One of the winners was Hospital General de Zona No.1 in Tepic, Nayarit, with the number of cachito 5,352.
According to the IMSS Nayarit, the 20 million prize will be to improve the hospital, specifically in the expansion of emergencies and obstetric surgery, as well as the remodeling of the laundry.
Jackpot! Ticket number 5352100 awarded to Hosp. General of Zone No.1 in Tepic del @IMSSNAYARIT.
20 million to improve the hospital! This piece will be used for the expansion of emergencies and obstetric surgery, as well as the remodeling of the laundry room.
– IMSS NAYARIT (@IMSSNAYARIT) September 15, 2020
The second prize went to the General Hospital in Charo, Michoacán, with ticket 5,286,423.
“The award will be allocated to the installation of a hemodynamic room necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases,” published the IMSS headquarters in the state.
# IMSSMichoacán Jackpot! The ticket 5,286,423 awarded to HGR 1 in Charo is the winner.
20 million to improve the hospital! The award will be allocated to the installation of a hemodynamic room necessary for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. pic.twitter.com/qePf5WIl2c
– IMSS Michoacán (@IMSSMichoacan) September 16, 2020
While the third was for the General Hospital No.220 in Toluca, State of Mexico, with the number 5,242,187.
“20 million pesos that will be used to remodel operating rooms, change elevators and acquire medical equipment for pediatric cardio,” stated the entity’s IMSS.
#IMSSEdoMexPte Jackpot! Ticket number 5,242,187 for HGR No.220 in Toluca with 44 years old wins.
20 million pesos that will be used to remodel operating rooms, change elevators and acquire medical equipment for pediatric cardio.
– IMSS EdoMex Poniente (@imssedomexpte) September 16, 2020
While in Zacatecas, the Fresnillo ISSSTE Hospital won a prize of 20 million pesos, with ticket number 1285450.
My congratulations to the ISSSTE Hospital in #Fresh, which this afternoon was the winner of one of the 100 prizes of 20 million pesos with ticket number 1285450, undoubtedly great news for the mineral’s right holders. pic.twitter.com/58ovdSKk5a
– Alejandro Tello (@ATelloC) September 15, 2020
Another winning hospital of the ISSSTE was the one located in Tampico, Tamaulipas.
In addition to these 5 IMSS and ISSSTE hospitals, other Health institutions that were winners are: the Regional Military Hospital of Torreón, Coahuila; the General Hospital of Boca del Río, in Veracruz; the Hospital of Jojutla, Morelos “Dr. Ernesto Meona ”, and the Hospital de San Ignacio, in Sinaloa.
And a prize was left in Sinaloa! Congratulations Hospital Integral de San Ignacio that received an award-winning ticket and now will have 20 million for improvements in what is most needed. pic.twitter.com/oRLMO0vVV4
– Dr. Efrén Encinas Torres (@EEncinas_Dr) September 16, 2020
Obtains General Hospital of #Jojutla one of the 100 prizes in the National Lottery draw equivalent to the presidential plane
In the case of Veracruz, Governor Cuitláhuac García, assured that the money will be used to improve the hospital.
As announced yesterday, the General Hospital of Boca del Río, which treats cases of COVID-19 in our state, was the winner of one of the prizes in the draw on September 15.
This extra resource will be used, in a transparent way.
– Cuitláhuac García (@CuitlahuacGJ) September 17, 2020
The winning schools
According to the newspaper Reform, added to the 9 hospitals, five public schools have been winners.
These institutions are located in Puebla, Nuevo Léon and Oaxaca.
In the state of Puebla, the winners were three primaries: “Manuel Pozos” located in Xochiapulco; “Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz” in the municipality of Guadalupe Santa Ana, and another that is in Zoquitlán.
In the case of Oaxaca, the winner was the Telesecundaria de San Pedro Mixtepec.
While in Nuevo León, the winning ticket was the Arramberi preschool.
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