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  • Hawaii: 2024 Dengue

    Source: https://mauinow.com/2024/02/01/doh-r...s-many-months/

    DOH reports second travel-related dengue case in Hawaiʻi in as many months
    * Updated February 1, 2024 · 1:43 PM

    The Hawai‘i Department of Health has received a report of a travel-related dengue case in Hawai‘i in an individual who had recent travel to countries where dengue is commonly found.

    In late December, the DOH reported receiving a separate report of a travel-related dengue case in Hawai‘i. Both cases were in individuals on the island of O‘ahu, who had recent travel to countries where dengue is commonly found...


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      Source: https://www.staradvertiser.com/2024/...orted-on-maui/

      Travel-related dengue case reported on Maui
      By Star-Advertiser Staff Feb. 9, 2024

      A confirmed case of travel-related dengue has been reported on Maui, according to the Hawaii Department of Health.

      The case comes about a week after another travel-related case was reported on Oahu.​..

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      • #4
        Source: https://spectrumlocalnews.com/hi/haw...case-of-dengue


        DOH confirms another case of dengue
        By Michael Tsai Honolulu
        PUBLISHED 9:21 AM ET Apr. 09, 2024

        HONOLULU — The state Department of Health has confirmed another case of travel-related dengue on Oahu, the fourth such case since December 2023.

        The person had traveled to a region where dengue is known to be spread, DOH reported on Monday.

        ​The department did not provide any further description of the case...

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        • #5
          Source: https://www.staradvertiser.com/2024/...ed-in-haleiwa/

          ​Another case of travel-related dengue reported on Oahu
          By Nina Wu
          April 12, 2024
          Updated 1:51 pm

          Another confirmed case of travel-related dengue has been reported to the state Health Department — this time, in Haleiwa.
          The latest case was reported Thursday, just a few days after another travel-related case reported Monday on Oahu, according to health officials, who did not disclose what part of the island that case was in.
          But the Hawaii Department of Health this time is urging the public to take additional precautions to protect themselves from the mosquito-borne disease because of the high traffic of visitors around Haleiwa Harbor...


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