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  • Italy: 2024 Dengue

    Source: https://www.plenglish.com/news/2024/...onths-of-year/


    Italy reports some 50 dengue cases during first two months of year
    February 24, 2024 00:15

    Rome, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) Italy reported 48 dengue cases between January 1 and February 21, all of which were imported, leading to an increase in measures to fight the disease, it was learned recently.

    According to a press release on the specialized news website Quotidiano Sanitá, during a Senate hearing on Thursday, Italian Minister of Health Orazio Schillaci pointed out, ‘We are attentive and doing everything necessary’ to prevent an increase in the number of contagions, which totaled 362, with one death, in 2023....




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    Source: https://www.agenzianova.com/en/news/...-all-imported/

    Dengue, the Higher Institute of Health: 197 cases since the beginning of the year, all imported
    Most of the infections were contracted in Brazil, one of the countries most affected by the dengue epidemic that has been spreading in Central and South America since the beginning of the year, and in the Maldives
    Rome
    May 16, 2024
    Agenzia Nova -​

    This increased to 197 cases of confirmed dengue virus infection reported to the Higher Institute of Health (ISS) from the beginning of the year to May 13, 2024. No deaths were reported. All the reported cases – explains the ISS in a note – were contracted during travel abroad, and subsequently notified in Italy. Most of the infections were contracted in Brazil, one of the countries most affected by the dengue epidemic that has been spreading in Central and South America since the beginning of the year, and in the Maldives. In the first quarter of 2024, the number of reports of confirmed dengue virus cases increased approximately 6-fold compared to the same period in 2023, this increase is consistent with the widespread increase in dengue virus transmission in recent years globally...​

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