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    Brazil: 2018/2019 Dengue


    FEV. 01, 2019
    Após confirmação de dengue tipo 2, Saúde intensifica ações
    Registro de casos mais agressivos da doença preocupa autoridades; zona leste terá mutirão na próxima semana

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    FEV. 01, 2019
    After confirmation of dengue type 2, Health intensifies actions
    Registry of more aggressive cases of the disease worries authorities; east zone will have a joint work next week

    The identification of cases of dengue type 2 in the eastern zone of Londrina motivated the city to intensify the actions to combat the mosquito Aedes aegypti. This type of virus increases the severity of the disease and the risk of death. An emergency action plan was launched this Thursday (31) by the municipal administration. Among the measures envisaged are the application of smoke and the carrying out of cleaning work.

    Circulation of type 2 virus was not registered in the city for about ten years. According to a bulletin released by Sesa (State Department of Health), 28 cases of dengue have been registered in Londrina since the beginning of the epidemiological year in August 2018. Until this Wednesday (30), there were 21 confirmations. Throughout the year 2018, the municipality counted 40 cases of the disease.

    Health Secretary Felippe Machado pointed out that the main concern is the focus of the dengue virus type 2. "Serotype 2 is the most aggressive and circulates in more advanced states of epidemic. There is a risk of people contracting in a short the two types of dengue. As it happens, it worsens in the second infection, "he explained.

    With the presence of type 2, which can cause more deaths, the city is using emergency actions. "There is a dengue-fighting plan to try to minimize the impact of a possible epidemic in the city. Action in the eastern zone, where type 2 has been found, will be reinforced with more than 100 endemic agents starting Monday. ), when almost 25,000 real estate will be searched. "

    Machado said that other secretariats will be asked to support possible efforts to collect garbage. In addition, the county asked the state government ten cars for the application of smoke. "We are getting ready so that if this number of notifications leads to an increase in positive cases, we will be prepared for this confrontation," he said. For now, the only city in an epidemic situation in Paraná is Uraí (North).

    "The LIRAa (Rapid Survey of Aedes aegypti Indexes) showed that 80% of the breeding sites are in houses and in garbage discarded irregularly," recalled Machado. The secretary calls for the support of the population to survey the residences and remove mosquitoes. "It's no use going to the people's house and picking up the breeding grounds if it comes back every ten days," he said. This is because, in times of heat and humidity, the eggs of the mosquito may hatch in five days, according to the director of health surveillance of the Municipal Health Department, Sônia Fernandes.

    Fernandes recalled that it is important that the population leave the house open during the passage of the smoke so that the insecticide can reach the mosquito. Although the chemical kills Aedes aegypti, it also strikes other insects, such as dragonflies, which are natural predators of mosquitoes. Asked about the increase in cases even with the application of dengue vaccines, Fernandes said that even with the three doses taken, the vaccine has effectiveness of 65%.

    Health guidance, according to the director, is that cleaning is frequent in pots of plants and animal feed containers. The coping plan now focuses on the east. According to Fernandes, in the southern zone, where most dengue notifications were made, "we have already done the work we could do." "We are preparing for the health units to be able to receive patients, acquiring more sera," said Machado.
    Isabela Fleischmann

  • Ronan Kelly
    In Brazil, between EW 1 and EW 34 of 2019, a total of 1,439,471 probable cases of dengue
    have been reported, of which 1,015,124 cases were confirmed
    2. Of the confirmed cases,
    15,179 were classified as dengue with warning signs, and 1,111 as severe dengue. A total of
    2,486 cases of dengue with warning signs and severe dengue remain under investigation.
    Among the confirmed cases, there were 591 deaths, and 486 deaths remain under

    The cumulative national incidence rate is 690.4 cases per 100,000 population, representing a
    599.5% increase compared to the same period of 2018. By geographical region, the highest
    incidence rate has been reported in the Central-West (1,196.1 cases per 100,000 population,
    with a 131.8% increase compared to 2018), followed by the Southeast (1,139.2 cases per
    100,000 population, with a 1,713.2% increase). The federal units with the highest incidence
    rates are Minas Gerais (2,239.3 cases per 100,000 population), Goiás (1,561.6 cases per
    100,000 population), Espírito Santo (1,493.3 cases per 100,000 population), Mato Grosso do Sul
    (1,466.1 cases per 100,000 population), and the Federal District (1,194.4 cases per 100,000


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  • Ronan Kelly
    Dengue fever cases in Brazil increase by almost 600 per cent
    Sep 12, 2019

    Rio de Janeiro (dpa) - The number of cases of the mosquito-born dengue virus in Brazil increased by 600 per cent this year, according to the country's Health Ministry.

    From December 30 to August 24, South America's largest county recorded more than 1.4 million probable cases of dengue, the ministry said in a report published on Tuesday. During the same period last year, Brazil recorded fewer than 206,000 cases.

    The number of confirmed deaths from the mosquito-born virus stands at 591 this year, compared to last year's 141.

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  • Shiloh

    Em uma semana, 12 mortes por dengue são confirmadas em Minas e número de óbitos sobe para 98
    Juliana Baeta
    02/07/2019 - 17h35 - Atualizado 17h58

    Google translation:
    In one week, 12 dengue deaths are confirmed in Minas Gerais and number of deaths rises to 98
    Juliana Baeta
    02/07/2019 - 17h35 - Updated 17h58

    More than 12 deaths from dengue have been confirmed in Minas Gerais in just one week, according to the latest bulletin of the disease released by the State Department of Health. With this, the number of confirmed deaths from the disease has risen from 86 to 98, from June 25 to this Tuesday (2).

    In addition, the number of probable cases of the disease (sum of confirmed and suspected cases) gained 4,268 new occurrences, jumping from 423,317 to 427,585 cases in the same period.

    The municipality of Uberlândia, in the Triângulo Mineiro, leads the cases of dengue deaths, with 16 deaths, followed by Belo Horizonte, which already counts 15 deaths caused by the disease - three more than in the last balance -, and Betim, with 13.

    The cities of Araguari, Arcos, Campos Gerais, Contagem, Curvelo, Estrela do Sul, Frutal, Guarani, Ibiá, Ituiutaba, Jaboticatubas, João Monlevade, João Pinheiro, Juiz de Fora, Lagoa da Prata and Martinho Campos , Monte Carmelo, Paracatu, Passos, Patos de Minas, Patrocínio, Pitangui, Pompéu, Rio Paranaíba, Sacramento, São Gonçalo do Pará, São Gotardo, Sete Lagoas, Uberaba, Unaí and Vazante.

    But the death toll in the state may be even higher, as 137 more deaths are still under investigation for dengue fever. This is the second largest dengue epidemic ever recorded in the state. According to SES, only in 2016 were there more people infected: 519 thousand.

    Chikungunya and zika

    As for the other diseases transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the survey also shows that Minas has already registered 2,577 probable cases of chikungunya fever this year, which means the confirmation of 67 new cases between the last report released on June 25 and the survey released on Tuesday (2). So far, a death is being investigated for the disease.

    As for zika, 167 suspected cases were discarded for the disease, and between one survey and the other, the number of probable records dropped from 1,231 to 1,064 suspected cases. No deaths were caused by the disease in Minas Gerais this year.

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  • Shiloh

    Brazil reports sharp rise in dengue fever cases
    Extreme weather patterns fuel 600% jump in cases of potentially deadly disease
    Bryan Harris in São Paulo 14 hours ago

    Authorities in Brazil have reported an explosion in the number of cases of dengue fever as increasingly extreme weather patterns fuel the spread of the potentially lethal, mosquito-borne disease.

    In the first six months of 2019, Latin America’s largest nation recorded almost 1.2m dengue cases — a jump of almost 600 per cent from the 175,000 cases in the same period last year. The number of deaths rose 220 per cent to 388.

    The development is likely to exacerbate concerns about the public health impact of global warming at a time when many world leaders, including Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilian president, are showing little appetite to protect the environment.

    The surge is particularly concerning for scientists given it has extended into the winter season, when the disease should decline.

    “This year is very different because we have had dengue fever circulating for much longer — and the cause of this is global warming,” said Ester Sabino, a professor at the Institute of Tropical Medicine at the University of São Paulo.

    “We have had more days with high temperatures, so mosquitoes continue to multiply.”


    The number of recorded cases of dengue fever in Brazil for the first six months of 2019

    In recent years, Brazil has suffered a string of outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases, including yellow fever in the São Paulo region last year as well as the Zika virus, which spread rapidly through the north-east in 2015...

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  • Shiloh

    Sobe para 2779 os casos confirmados de dengue em Jundiaí
    COLABORAÇÃO DE MARIANA CHECONI | 29/06/2019 | 10:04

    Google translation:
    2779 confirmed cases of dengue in Jundiaí

    The number of confirmed cases of dengue in Jundiaí is falling. According to the new balance sheet published yesterday by the Jundiaí Epidemiological Surveillance, 2,779 cases of the disease have been confirmed in the city since the beginning of the year, of which 2,568 were indigenous, 169 imported and 6 undetermined. According to the bulletin, in the last week 36 new cases have been confirmed.

    The neighborhood of São Camilo continues to be the neighborhood with the highest incidence, with 573 cases, followed by Jardim Novo Horizonte with 386. The other districts with a high incidence of confirmed autochthonous dengue cases are Vila Hortolândia with 154, Vila Nambi (152), Ponte São João (134), Vila Aparecida (88), Jardim Tarumã (77), Almerinda Chaves (68), Vila Rio Branco (66), Vila Rami (63), Jardim Sorocabana (58), Residencial Jundiaí (50), Jardim do Lago (49), Agapeama (48) and Jardim Tamoio (40).

    According to the bulletin, 5,849 cases have been notified and 57 are awaiting results for confirmation.

    In relation to Chikungunya there were eight cases reported and none confirmed, two of which were awaiting confirmation. As much of Zica as of Yellow Fever, no case was registered.

    Health workers advise residents to take care of standing water in containers such as dishes, bottles, tires, gutter, slab and water tank to prevent the presence of the larva of the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

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  • Shiloh

    Cai o número de casos de dengue no DF

    Google translation:
    Falls the number of dengue cases in DF

    Currently, the DF has seven task force tents for hydration of patients with suspected dengue. Before, there were ten, but three were turned off

    According to the Health Department, there has been a decrease of approximately 50% in the number of suspected and confirmed cases of dengue in the last two weeks. The fall is a comparison with the 25th Epidemiological Week, June 16-22. In this period, 35,523 cases of dengue were recorded, with the equivalent of 96.6% occurring in residents of the Federal District (DF).

    In that period, 31 deaths (two more than the previous week), 47 severe cases that survived and 619 dengue cases with alarm signs were recorded. The North Health Region had the highest number, with 10 deaths (32.3%).

    The Subsecretariat for Health Surveillance will intensify home visits, prepare courses on insects (entomology), new partnerships will be made to set up an entomovirology laboratory (responsible for checking the viruses that circulate among mosquitoes) and intend to expand the coverage of traps.

    "We need to count on the participation of all the population in the control of the vector, which causes not only dengue, but also zika and chikungunya," said Deputy Secretary of Health Surveillance Divino Valero. He recalled that during the process of fighting the mosquito that transmitted the disease, the Health Department mobilized more than 3,000 people. Valero said: "We inspected about 900,000 buildings, used 40 smoke machines against the adult mosquito, mobilized more than 480 people only from the Environmental Watch Division."

    Currently, the DF has seven task force tents for hydration of patients with suspected dengue. Before, there were ten, but three were disabled, in Varjão, Estrutural and São Sebastião. The others will run until June 30 in Guará, Itapoã, Planaltina, Sobradinho II, Samambaia, Ceilândia and Brazlândia.

    In the period from May 25 to June 26, the hydration tents spread throughout the DF attended 34,017 people. Of this total, 23,303 were suspected of dengue, 7,221 received hydration or medication and 651 had to be taken to hospitals. The service has been declining, as shown in the chart below.

    "The tents have fulfilled their main role, which was to receive and treat the simplest cases of suspected dengue," confirmed the Undersecretary of Comprehensive Health Care, Ricardo Ramos. According to him, there was a significant reduction in demand for service, justifying the deactivation of all structures after June 30. After that date, those who need it should look for the public health units.

    For those still seeking shelter in the tents, the assistance is provided by nursing technicians, nurses and, when necessary, are referred for medical evaluation, which is sovereign to the rapid tests. Patients with classic symptoms of dengue are welcomed, are tested for disease confirmation (if necessary), receive oral hydration and treatment for symptoms.

    Due to the attendance in the tents, the emergencies of the hospitals presented reduction in the demand. In the Regional Hospital of Guará, the occupancy rate in the Medical Clinic has reduced by 34.25% since the tent was installed near the Basic Health Unit (UBS) 1 of Guará. In Hran, after placing the tent in Varjão, there was a reduction of 12%. The Hospital do Guará estimated improvement in 38%, and the Hospital of Paranoá, in 40%.

    The commander-in-chief of the DF's Military Fire Department, Colonel Emilson Ferreira, reported that the corporation has been active against dengue for three years. "We put more than 2,000 soldiers acting exclusively in the tents, visited more than 72,000 houses and treated more than 40,000 properties," he said.
    Task force

    The Secretariat of Health received the support of a task force in the fight against the mosquito Aedes aegypti. The Civil Police, Fire Brigade, Military Police, Civil Police, Navy, Aeronautics, Army, SLU and Civil Defense contributed to this reinforcement.

    Currently, the Health Department has the work of inspecting approximately 470 agents in the field, among employees of Vigilância Ambiental, SLU and assigned professionals. Each agent inspects an average of 20 homes per day.

    The continuation of the task of combating arboviruses continues to be carried out by health, also with the collaboration of the Civil Defense, through the telephone number 199, to receive complaints about spaces with accumulation of garbage and water. "The Civil Defense joined the process of fighting dengue, with rapid actions and prevention

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    Same information, North American main stream media -
    Brazil's health ministry says deaths from dengue fever in the last six months have risen 163% from the same period last year. The ministry said in a note Monday that heavier rains and higher temperatures have been contributing factors. It added that dengue has cycles and that the numbers of cases were lower the past two years. A report published Friday said 366 people died from the mosquito-borne disease from Dec. 30 through June 8.

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  • Shiloh

    Minas registra mais de 420 mil casos prováveis de dengue este ano
    Número de notificações já é o segundo pior desde 2010
    PL Pedro Lovisi*
    postado em 18/06/2019 14:34 / atualizado em 18/06/2019 14:50

    Google translation:

    Minas Gerais registers more than 420 thousand probable cases of dengue this year
    Number of notifications already the second worst since 2010
    PL Pedro Lovisi *
    posted 06/18/2019 14:34 / updated on 06/18/2019 14:50

    In one week, Minas Gerais registered an increase of 22,310 new probable cases of dengue. According to a bulletin released on Tuesday, from January to Monday (17), the State Department of Health (SES) has already been notified of 421,832 cases of the disease - 399,522 notifications last week. The numbers refer to the confirmed cases and the suspicions, not necessarily occurred this week, since the municipalities have a longer deadline to inform the folder of the occurrences.

    The report released by the bureau also indicates that the number of registered cases of this month is already the second largest for June, taking into account the data since 2010. This month, 8,817 probable cases have already been registered, representing an average of approximately 518 notifications per day.

    If the daily average continues until the 30th, June 2019 will exceed the data of the month in 2015, when 14,083 cases were registered; about 469 notifications per day.

    Despite the high numbers, dengue shows signs of weakening in Minas Gerais. In May, for example, the Health Department registered 124,401 cases of the disease and in April the number of notifications exceeded 150,000 - those two months are among the worst of the diseases in the last 10 years.

    Even so, this year's epidemic is already one of the worst in history. 2019 only loses to 2016, when, from January to December, 519,050 cases were registered.

    This year, there are already 77 deaths and 139 are under investigation to confirm if they were related to dengue. The highest number of deaths was registered in Belo Horizonte and Betim, in Grande BH. Both cities have 12 confirmed cases.

    They also recorded deaths: Arcos (1), Count (2), Curvelo (1), Frutal (2), Ibirité (1), Ituiutaba (1), João Monlevade (1), João Pinheiro 7), Lagoa da Prata (1), Martinho Campos (1), Monte Carmelo (1), Paracatu (1), Passos (2), Patos de Minas (1), Pitangui (1), Pompéu Paranaíba (1), Sacramento (1), São Gonçalo do Pará (1), São Gotardo (1), Uberaba (2), Uberlândia (14), Unaí (2) and Vazante (2).

    Zika and chikungunya
    In relation to the chikungunya fever, Minas Gerais has already registered 2,435 probable cases of the disease in 2019. To date, a death in investigation for chikungunya has been reported.

    In relation to zika, 1,193 probable cases of the disease were registered in 2019, until the update date of the bulletin.

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  • Shiloh

    Dengue matou 14 pessoas na Bahia em 2019; ano passado foram três vítimas
    No Brasil ocorreu o triplo de óbitos registrados no ano passado

    Google translation:

    Dengue killed 14 people in Bahia in 2019; last year were three victims
    In Brazil there was a triple of deaths recorded last year

    The number of deaths confirmed by dengue in Bahia jumped from three cases last year to 14 deaths only in the first five months of 2019. Another 11 suspected cases may still be related to the same disease and are being investigated.

    According to the Secretariat of Health of the State of Bahia (Sesab), between December 30, 2018 and June 1, 2019, 33,487 probable situations of dengue in the state were reported.

    In the same period last year, 5,973 probable occurrences were reported, representing a 460.6% increase in the number of notifications.
    In total, 327 cities in Bahia have been notified of this offense. Of the 14 deaths confirmed this year, Feira de Santana, in the Center-North of the state, was the municipality with the highest number of occurrences. The Sertão Princess reported seven cases of dengue, followed by Candeias (1), Rafael Jambeiro (1), Saubara (1), Jacobina (1) and Parapiranga (1). Salvador has had 2 confirmed cases so far.

    Data of Brazil

    Across the country, the number of dengue deaths this year is almost three times higher than in the same period of 2018. According to the Ministry of Health (MS) bulletin issued on June 5, deaths for dengue confirmed until May 27 in Brazil total 295. At the same time last year, the country had recorded 99 deaths from the disease.

    According to the MS bulletin, São Paulo and Minas Gerais are the states most affected by dengue fever and account for 68.3% of the probable cases of the disease, that is, those not yet confirmed in laboratory tests.

    The data from the bulletin of the epidemiological week 21 show that São Paulo had more than 320 thousand probable cases of dengue by the end of May of this year; while at this time last year were less than 9 thousand.

    Minas Gerais already recorded more than 322 thousand cases in the same period this year, compared to 20.2 thousand until May 2018.

    The numbers of dengue in Brazil in 2019:

    11 suspected dengue cases are under investigation in Bahia.

    460.6 is the increase in the number of reports of dengue in Bahia.

    According to data from Sesab, 33,487 probable cases of the disease were reported in the state until June 1 of this year.

    In 2018, in the same period, 5,973 probable occurrences of the arborirose transmitted by Aedes Aegypti were registered.

    Across Brazil, 295 people have died of dengue this year, nearly three times higher than deaths recorded in 2018, according to the Ministry of Health bulletin.

    Five times more

    The number of probable cases of dengue in Brazil this year is five times greater than in the same period of 2018, in a total of 965.04 thousand notifications, according to the Ministry of Health survey.

    States such as Paraná registered a jump of almost 4,000% in the probable cases, to 37 thousand. Tocantins, Mato Grosso do Sul, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, Roraima and the Federal District had a 1,000% increase in probable cases of the disease.

    But, according to ministry estimates, the incidence of Aedes aegypti-related illnesses is expected to begin to decline this year, especially with the onset of winter.

    Zika and chikungunya

    The epidemiological bulletin of the Ministry of Health also counts cases of chikungunya and zika in Brazil. Along with dengue, the two diseases are the most prevalent arborivores in the country.

    The chikungunya had 15 deaths registered in 2019: 1 in Bahia, 13 in Rio de Janeiro and 1 in the Federal District. There are still 42 deaths under investigation in the state of Pernambuco. In all, there are more than 53 thousand probable cases of the disease in the whole country, number four thousand less than the 57 thousand recorded in the same period of 2018. Rio de Janeiro is the state with the highest number of cases: almost 36 thousand.

    Zika has not had confirmed deaths until the end of May, but adds up to 6,100 probable cases in the country.

    In the world, 6.1 billion people are at risk of contracting dengue by 2080, according to a study published in Nature Microbiology on June 10. the main factors that explain the phenomenon are global warming and population growth in endemic areas.

    The mosquito transmitter: The Aedes aegypti mosquito has shortened reproductive period and throws more eggs in the summer when it is hot. At this time of year it is also when it bites people more, transmitting the arboviruses dengue, zika and chikungunya. Global warming is altering the mosquito cycle because periods of high temperatures are longer.

    States are without insecticide against mosquito Aedes Aegypti

    The fight against the mosquito Aedes aegypti adult, responsible for transmitting dengue, zika and chikungunya may be impaired in the coming days in the country because, according to the Ministry of Health, some states of the federation are without the insecticide used against the vector.

    The most serious case of lack of insecticity is in Rio de Janeiro. In a note, the MS said that the Secretariat of Health Surveillance is working to minimize the problems caused by the lack of the product. Also according to the note, due to the shortage, there was the attempt to loan the insecticide with other countries in South America, but there was no product available.

    The normalization of the stock in the states depends on the passthrough of the insecticides by the MS, who buys the products through international bidding.
    According to the Superintendent of Epidemiological Surveillance of the State Department of Health (SES) of Rio, Mário Sérgio Ribeiro, "the expectation is that the numbers of dengue cases decrease with the arrival of winter so that we do not have to rely on insecticides."

    Ribeiro presented the updated data of arboviruses in Rio. Between January and June 4 of this year, there were 41,888 cases of chikungunya, 20,622 cases of dengue fever and 1,005 people infected by zika. In all, 13 people died by chikungunya, being 10 in the state capital.

    The president of Alerj's Health Commission, MP Martha Rocha (PDT), said she was worried about the situation. "We have an alarming diagnosis. There have already been 13 deaths by chikungunya this year, with experts still claiming that the disease is not fully known. There are also constant failures in diagnosis and now the news of insecticide shortages. I see very difficult days in the state health sector, "he said.

    According to MS data, Rio de Janeiro received 17,800 liters of insecticide to combat Aedes aegypti throughout 2018 and 4,800 liters by April 30 of this year.

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  • Shiloh

    Casos de dengue crescem 432% no País; chuva e atraso do frio prolongam surto
    Brasil registrou 767 mil suspeitas de infecção e 222 mortes até 11 de maio. Proteção imunológica da população é menor para tipo 2 do vírus, que voltou a se espalhar
    Naira Trindade e José Maria Tomazela, O Estado de S.Paulo
    03 de junho de 2019 | 03h00

    Google translation:

    Dengue cases grow 432% in the country; rain and cold delay prolong outbreak
    Brazil recorded 767 thousand suspected infections and 222 deaths by May 11. Immunological protection of the population is smaller for virus type 2, which has spread again
    Naira Trindade and José Maria Tomazela, O Estado de S.Paulo
    June 03, 2019 | 03h00

    BRASÍLIA E SOROCABA - Police investigator Juliana Gonçalves, 41, spent two days in bed because of dengue fever last month. "The pain has passed, but I still have red spots on my body. It was horrible. "Beyond her, three co-workers were infected. "I'm sure mosquitoes come from a river next to the police station," says Juliana, of Caraguatatuba, north coast of São Paulo. Even two months after the end of the summer, the disease in the country still worries: from the beginning of the year until the last day 11, total registrations were 432% higher, compared to the same period of 2018.

    The jump was 144,000 probable cases of infection to 767 thousand reported suspicions. Deaths from the virus also dropped from 88 to 222 - most of them (80) in São Paulo. The number of infected people has exploded in 20 states and the Federal District.

    There are four serotypes of the virus. The epidemic and the increased incidence in these states are explained by the spread of type 2, says Rodrigo Said, the general coordinator of the National Programs for Control and Prevention of Malaria and Diseases Transmitted by the Aedes Ministry of Health. "The latest epidemics were for viruses 1 or 4," he says. "This serotype (2), which circulated little and therefore had little immunological protection, has now returned and made the population more susceptible."

    The climate, according to Said, also plays an important role. Heavy rains in recent weeks have caused larvae of the transmitting mosquito, Aedes aegypti, to hatch. In addition, higher temperatures create favorable conditions for the insect.

    "As long as it does not cool down, the cases will continue," says Regiane de Paula, of the Epidemiological Surveillance Center of the São Paulo Health Secretariat. The El Niño weather phenomenon, she said, is making the cold take longer to enter this year in the Southeast.

    Until the last day, only four of the 645 cities of São Paulo did not notify cases. More serious is the picture of Bauru, with 19.7 thousand infected and 21 deaths.

    In Tupã, where the outbreak led to the mayor's cassation (read below), the autonomous Valdecir Freitas, his wife and 13-year-old son were infected. "I keep everything clean, but it has empty lots of trash. We pay for the carelessness of others, "he complains.

    With the expectation of late and short winter, there is a growing need to maintain actions against Aedes breeding sites. According to the ministry, more than 80% of mosquitoes come from residential areas. Other cities maintained in the fall the use of insecticide (smoke). The strategy, to kill the adult Aedes, is considered less effective than eliminating standing water, which avoids the birth of the transmitter.

    The ministry says it has 300,000 liters of insecticide expired and that, according to preliminary information received this week, are not suitable for use. According to Said, the samples of this product were sent to an accredited laboratory, but the responses received this week were not favorable to the use of the product.

    As soon as the first symptoms appeared, former senator Marina Silva (Network) sought a hospital in Brasilia. The severe pain in the body and in the head helped to anticipate the diagnosis confirmed later by examination: dengue. In the country's capital, where the incidents increased by more than 1,200%, the government spread six temporary posts in areas of higher incidence. There, tests are applied and there is assistance provided by doctors, nurses and technicians.

    Infected for the second time with dengue, Marina was hospitalized for three days last week. On Twitter, he recalled being "one of thousands." According to the former senator's press office, she is well.

    The new infection, as occurred with Marina, carries even greater risk. "The successive disposition to the virus and a second infection can cause more serious manifestations and even death," warns the ministry's Said.

    The Medical Department of the Chamber of Deputies attended 88 patients with suspected dengue between April 1 and May 29 of this year. Under the allegation of medical secrecy, the department does not distinguish how many are servants or parliamentarians, nor does it disclose patient names. Because of the high incidence of cases in the federal capital, the local government has adopted as a strategy to spread six temporary posts in areas of higher incidence. Assistance is provided by doctors, nurses and nursing technicians.
    Epidemic was reason to dismiss mayor

    The outbreak of dengue this year cost up to the position of the mayor of Tupã (SP), José Ricardo Raymundo (PV). He was dismissed by the City Council last week, accused of omission in combat

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  • Shiloh

    Cidade de Bauru ultrapassa 18 mil casos de dengue este ano
    Incidência da doença é de 3.457,6 casos por 100 mil habitantes, segundo Ministério da Saúde; dengue também cresce no país, com 675 mil casos
    Deborah Giannini, do R7
    24/05/2019 - 04h00

    Google translation:

    City of Bauru exceeds 18 thousand cases of dengue this year
    Incidence of the disease is 3,457.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Ministry of Health; dengue also grows in the country, with 675 thousand cases
    Deborah Giannini, from R7
    05/24/2019 - 04h00

    Dengue fever surpassed 18,000 cases in Bauru. Located about 330 km from the state capital, Bauru is the sixth city with the highest incidence of the disease in the country - the rate is 3,457.6 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants.

    According to the Ministry of Health, the leader in incidence is the city of Bilac, 520 km from São Paulo, with 7,573.3 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, since it has a smaller number of inhabitants. The folder does not have data on the city with the highest number of absolute dengue cases in Brazil.

    In Bauru, 17,996 cases of dengue were considered autochthonous and only 32, imported, totaling 18,028 cases and 17 confirmed deaths, according to the Bauru Municipal Health Secretariat.

    The interior of the State of São Paulo undergoes an epidemic of the disease due to the climate "mosquito-friendly", with heat and humidity, and predominance of virus serotype 2, which did not circulate in large proportions in the previous epidemic in 2015, according to the doctor and doctor in microbiology Maurício Nogueira, president of the Brazilian Society of Virology (SBV).

    Brazil registers more than 675 thousand cases

    Dengue also grows as a whole in the country. The number of cases increased five times over the same period last year. According to the latest epidemiological report of the Ministry of Health, on May 4, 675,174 probable cases of the disease have been registered since the beginning of the year. In 2018, there were 134,048 occurrences, representing an increase of 403%.

    The number of deaths also increased 115%, from 82 in 2018 to 189 this year, with the majority in the State of São Paulo, the leader in the number of cases, with 232,183. The Southeast region concentrates more than 474 thousand cases of dengue.

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    Um terço das 853 cidades de Minas Gerais tem surto de dengue em 2019
    Até o momento, 289 mil casos prováveis já foram notificados nas unidades de saúde do Estado; 48 mortes foram registradas e outras 97 são investigados
    Minas Gerais
    Lucas Pavanelli, do R7
    22/05/2019 - 04h00

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    One third of the 853 cities in Minas Gerais have a dengue outbreak in 2019
    To date, 289 thousand probable cases have already been reported in state health units; 48 deaths were recorded and another 97 were investigated
    Minas Gerais
    Lucas Pavanelli of R7
    05/22/2019 - 04h00

    One in three cities in Minas Gerais has a very high or high incidence of dengue, according to SES (State Health Department of Minas Gerais).

    The most up-to-date report on the folder, released on Tuesday (21), shows that 176 municipalities report a very high incidence of the disease (when more than 500 cases are reported to each 100,000 population). Another 88 have a high incidence (between 300 and 499 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants).

    That is, in all, 264 of the 853 municipalities of Minas Gerais are in this situation, which is considered an outbreak.

    The municipality of Cristais, in the Center-West region of Minas, distant 227 km from Belo Horizonte is the one that presents the most serious situation. With 12,660 inhabitants, the city has already registered 438 cases of dengue, which gives an incidence of 3,459 to each group of 100 thousand inhabitants.

    In the same region, the municipality of Pimenta has already notified 257 cases of the disease. As the population of the city is of little more than 8 thousand inhabitants, the incidence of the dengue in the place is of which 3 thousand cases for 100 thousand inhabitants.

    According to SES, 49 deaths have been recorded as a result of dengue throughout the State, 11 more than in the last week. Another 97 deaths are being investigated by the binder. The deaths were confirmed in the following cities: Arcos (1), Belo Horizonte (6), Betim (10), Contagem (2), Curvelo (1), Frutal (1), Ibirité (1), João Monlevade São Gonçalo do Pará (1), Rio de Janeiro State (1), Rio de Janeiro State (1), Rio de Janeiro State University (1), Rio de Janeiro State University They are Gotard (1), Uberaba (1), Uberlândia (9), Unaí (2) and Vazante (2).

    Since the beginning of the year, 289,500 probable cases of dengue have been registered throughout the State. To give you an idea, in the epidemiological bulletin released by SES last Monday (13), there were 247,602 cases. That is, in the interval of only one week, the dengue fpo responsible for about 42 thousand occurrences.

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    Dengue Cases Grow 339 Percent in Brazil in 2019; Almost a Thousand Cities are at Risk of an Outbreak
    "65 percent of registered cases are in the Southeast region, mainly in the regions of São Paulo and Minas Gerais."
    By Xiu Ying - May 2, 2019

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Ministry of Health released on Tuesday (30th ) new data on dengue, zika, and chikungunya.

    As of April 13th, 2019, 451,685 probable cases of dengue were registered in Brazil, an increase of 339.9 percent over the same period last year. In the same period of 2018, the recorded cases reached 102,681, says G1 in its latest report.

    Rodrigo Said, General Coordinator of National Programs for the Control and Prevention of Malaria and Diseases Transmitted by Aedes, informed during a press conference that “65 percent of registered cases are in the Southeast region, mainly in the regions of São Paulo and Minas Gerais.”...

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