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    16 JAN 2016


    Two first cases of infection Zika virus, transmitted by mosquitoes, were recorded in Guadeloupe and St. Martin, did said Saturday at the Regional Health Agency (ARS).

    The ARS Guadeloupe, St. Martin and St. Bartholomew said in a statement, without confirming the presence of the virus Friday, via the national reference center for arboviruses of Marseille, the laboratory where the samples are sent sick for analysis.

    "This is a man residing in Saint-Martin in the first case and a girl living in Grande-Terre (in Guadeloupe) in the second case," said the LRA. These cases are "qualified indigenous (contracted locally, ed) since none of these people has traveled fifteen days before the beginning of the signs", it is specified.
    Deux premiers cas d'infection au virus Zika, transmis par les moustiques, ont été enregistrés en Guadeloupe et à Saint-Martin,
    “Addressing chronic disease is an issue of human rights – that must be our call to arms"
    Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet

    ~~~~ Twitter:@GertvanderHoek ~~~ GertvanderHoek@gmail.com ~~~

  • #2
    Translation Google

    Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
    Epidemiological situation
    Epidemiologically January 21 - No. 3/2016

    Point au 21 janvier 2016. (pdf- 1,21 Mo)
    ...
    | Current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe and Northern Islands |

    Monitoring of laboratory confirmed cases


    On January 15, a case of Zika was biologically confirmed
    in Guadeloupe. So this is the first indigenous case of zika
    confirmed in Guadeloupe.


    In St. Martin, the first confirmed case of biologically Zika
    was reported in the latest Epidemiological Point (2016-
    02). There was no additional confirmed case.

    In Saint-Barthélemy, no cases of infection of virus Zika
    has yet been confirmed biologically. On this territory,
    the dengue epidemic (serotype DENV1) was declared
    2016-01 Epidemiological week via the Epidémiologique Point.
    This phenomenon makes it difficult for tracking clinical possible Zika
    cases.


    Overall conclusions

    After consultation with the Committees of Experts of infectious and emerging diseases, Guadeloupe and
    in the Northern Islands respectively, the latter consider that the epidemiological situation
    Zika Guadeloupe and Saint-Martin match Psage Phase 2 of "viral circulation
    Aboriginal debutante. "

    No Zika virus circulation is proved in the community of Saint Barthélemy.
    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
    -Nelson Mandela

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    • #3
      Point au 29 janvier 2016. (pdf- 1,21 Mo)

      Translation google


      Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
      Epidemiological situation
      Epidemiologically January 29 - No. 4/2016
      ...

      | Current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe and Northern Islands |
      ...
      On January 27, a total of 10 laboratory confirmed cases of Zika
      were identified in Guadeloupe.


      In St. Martin, no new laboratory confirmed case
      identified during the last week. Since the beginning of the
      monitoring, only one person has been confirmed
      biologically infected Zika virus.

      In Saint-Barthélemy, no cases of laboratory confirmed Zika
      have been reported to date.
      In this territory, the epidemic of dengue (serotype DENV1) is
      ongoing since the 2016-01 week. This phenomenon makes it
      difficult clinical identification of suspected cases of Zika.
      ...

      The management committees of Guadeloupe and St. Martin, met respectively on 25 and 27 January
      2016 were officially recorded the passage on level 2 of Psage "Aboriginal debutante viral circulation" on these
      territories.
      St. Barthelemy Management Committee met January 27, 2016 has officially recorded 1c level: no cases
      Aboriginal, detected no viral circulation.
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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      • #4
        Point au 4 février 2016. (pdf- 1,22 Mo)

        Translation Google

        Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
        epidemiological Situation
        epidemiologically February 4 - No. 5/2016

        | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe and Northern Islands |


        Monitoring of laboratory confirmed cases

        Guadeloupe

        On February 3, a total of 17 laboratory confirmed cases of Zika
        were reported in Guadeloupe.

        Among them two pregnant women and one neurological form
        (Myelitis) are identified.


        The 17 laboratory confirmed cases are spread over 9
        communes of Guadeloupe geographically distinct: Le
        Gosier (1), Morne à l’eau (2), Ste Anne (2), Baie Mahault (5),
        Lamentin (2), Petit Bourg (2), Goyave (1), Goubeyre (1), Baillif
        (1).

        Saint-Martin

        In St. Martin, no new laboratory confirmed case has
        been identified during the previous week. From the beginning
        of monitoring, one person was confirmed
        biologically infected with Zika virus.

        Saint-Barthélemy

        At Saint-Barthélemy, no cases of biologically confirmed Zika
        have been identified to date.

        In this territory, the dengue epidemic (serotype DENV1) is
        continued since the 2016-01 week. This phenomenon makes it
        difficult for clinical identification of suspected cases of Zika.

        Conclusions for Guadeloupe and the Northern Islands

        Since 25 January 2016, Guadeloupe has passed to Level 2 Psage "viral circulation
        Aboriginal debutante. "

        On 27 January 2016, St. Martin passed to Level 2 Psage "viral circulation
        Aboriginal debutante. "

        Saint-Barthélemy remains at 1c: no indigenous cases detected, no virus circulation.
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

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        • #5
          Point au 18 février 2016. (pdf- 1,44 Mo)

          Translation Google

          Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
          epidemiological Situation
          epidemiologically February 18 - No. 6/2016

          | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |


          Monitoring of laboratory confirmed cases

          17 February, a total of 25 laboratory confirmed cases of Zika were reported in Guadeloupe. Among them, two pregnant women
          and one neurological form (myelitis) are identified. 25 These biologically confirmed cases are distributed over the entire
          Guadeloupe (12 of the 32 municipalities).


          Surveillance of clinically suggestive cases

          Sentinel physician network

          Given the incipient viral circulation and increasing in
          Guadeloupe, monitoring of clinically suggestive cases
          seen in consultation by doctors sentinel network was
          activated (45 doctors including 28 participants in week S-2016-
          06). The extrapolation of the number of consultations to all
          GPs will now be in Guadeloupe
          presented in Point Epidemio, in addition to the number of
          biologically confirmed cases.

          Since the 2016-03 week, the weekly number of cases
          clinically suggestive of Zika seen in consultation by
          GPs increases (Figure 8). February 14,
          the estimated cumulative number of consultations was 221,
          including 126 in the last two weeks (2016-05 and 06).


          Passage emergency

          Since the 2016-01 week, the number of cases of cumulative
          passing emergency with suspected Zika (ICD10 code
          A92.8) is 7 cases (all adults over 15 years in 1 case
          CHU Pointe à Pitre and 6 cases in CH Basse-Terre), 4
          week in 2016-06.
          ...
          Since 25 January 2016, the Guadeloupe is passed Level 2 Psage "viral circulation
          Aboriginal debutante. " The weekly number of confirmed cases and cases of clinically
          evocative gradually increasing.
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

          Comment


          • #6
            Source: Point au 10 mars 2016. (pdf- 1,19 Mo)

            Translation Google

            Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
            epidemiological Situation
            epidemiologically March 10 - No. 9/2016

            | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |

            ...
            As of March 9, a total of 77 laboratory confirmed cases of Zika were reported in Guadeloupe. Among them, two pregnant women
            and one neurological form are identified.


            These 77 laboratory confirmed cases are distributed throughout the Guadeloupe (22 of 32 towns) (Figure 8). The new
            affected town is Terre-de-Haut, aux Saintes.
            ...
            The number of cases clinically suggestive of Zika seen
            consultation by GPs shows a clear
            upward trend (Figure 1). Weekdays 2016-09,
            the estimated number of cases was 228. As of March 9,
            the estimated cumulative number of consultations was 717
            for all of Guadeloupe.
            ...
            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
            -Nelson Mandela

            Comment


            • #7
              Translation Google

              Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
              epidemiological Situation
              epidemiologically March 17 - No. 10/2016

              ...
              Case
              cumulated
              epidemiological Situation
              Guadeloupe 805
              ...
              | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |
              ...
              As of March 16, a total of 105 laboratory confirmed cases of Zika were reported in Guadeloupe. Among them, two pregnant women
              and neurological form (myelitis) are identified.
              ...

              http://www.invs.sante.fr/fr/Dossiers...idemiologiques
              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
              -Nelson Mandela

              Comment


              • #8
                Source: Point au 1er avril 2016. (pdf- 1,38 Mo)

                Translation Google

                Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana epidemiological

                Situation epidemiologically March 31 - No. 12/2016 |

                Guadeloupe

                Clinically suggestive cases: 900
                ...
                Since the beginning of the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe and until March 27, 2016, the number of laboratory confirmed cases
                recorded is 139 cases. Among them, three pregnant women and a neurological form (myelitis) are identified. The 139 cases
                laboratory confirmed are located throughout Guadeloupe (24 of 32 communes)
                ...
                "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                -Nelson Mandela

                Comment


                • #9
                  Translation Google

                  Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
                  epidemiological Situation
                  epidemiological point of 7 April 2016 - No. 13/2016


                  Guadeloupe 1090 clinically suggestive cases *
                  ...
                  Since the beginning of the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe and until 3 April 2016, the number of laboratory confirmed cases
                  recorded 191 cases of which five were pregnant women. Among the confirmed cases one neurological form (myelitis) has
                  also been identified. The 191 laboratory confirmed cases are distributed throughout Guadeloupe (26 of 32
                  towns) (Figure 8)

                  http://www.invs.sante.fr/fr/Publicat...u-7-avril-2016
                  "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                  -Nelson Mandela

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Source: Point au 28 avril 2016. (pdf- 1,48 Mo)

                    Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
                    epidemiological Situation
                    epidemiologically 28 April 2016 - No. 16/2016

                    ...
                    Cases
                    cumulated
                    Guadeloupe 2099
                    ...
                    Since the beginning of the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe and until 24 April 2016, 412 cases were laboratory confirmed
                    recorded. The biologically confirmed cases are distributed throughout the Guadeloupe (30 of 32 towns) (Figure 8). The
                    weekly number of confirmed cases is stable last week with 72 confirmed cases (S2016-16) but these data
                    are not consolidated (Figure 9). In addition the positivity rate is increasing over the past 3 weeks to reach 22%
                    last week (S2016-16).

                    Among the confirmed cases, 16 were pregnant women. This figure is the cumulative number, since the emergence of the virus,
                    pregnant women with the infection and some have already given birth. Meanwhile, any complication occurring in the
                    fetus of a mother infected with the virus is identified by the monitoring device and none to date have been detected.
                    On neurological complications, no Guillain-Barre syndrome has been reported, only a myelitis was identified
                    in a person whose infection was confirmed biologically.
                    "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                    -Nelson Mandela

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                    • #11
                      Translation Google
                      Zika 160 health prevention officers will be recruited

                      Article created on 04.29.2016


                      Guadeloupe is now spent in epidemic phase for the Zika virus.The prefect will finance the recruitment of 160 health prevention workers in communities to strengthen the teams in the field.
                      The level of epidemiological indicators for the Zika virus has increased very significantly the last days of April. At the management committee that convened, the prefect has decided to move to the epidemic phase of the monitoring program, warning and outbreak management (PSAGE). This provides a permanent and total involvement of everyone in the fight against the proliferation of the virus in order to limit the spread and protect the most vulnerable, including pregnant women. The prefect also announced it will spend an envelope of support contracts in Employment (CAE) and increase the amount of support by the state rates up to 95% of SMIC to support the recruitment of preventive health agents in the fight against the proliferation of Zika virus. 160 contracts are planned: 130 for local communities, communities of communes and urban communities of Guadeloupe, in the community of Saint-Martin and the community of St. Bartholomew; 20 for the county fire service and rescue services ( SDIS ) of Guadeloupe; 10 Regional Health Agency ( ARS ). These contracts (CUI-CAE) are reserved for long-term unemployed (12 months of employment registration over the last 18 months) and for seniors 50 and older. They are concluded for a period of one year, renewable once, for a working week of 26 hours. The training of these agents is provided by the ARS or the employer who recruits them. Pregnant women, priority of prevention and monitoring



                      The Zika virus disease is harmless for the vast majority of the population with often little significant clinical expression. Requests for consultations are made especially from general practitioners who face it without much difficulty. Recent national and international studies show that only pregnant women are exposed to possible and predictable complications of this disease. The risk of microcephaly is now out for the unborn baby. They therefore require the full attention of governments and regular monitoring are provided: consultations, ultrasounds ... Pregnant women need to adopt protective measures (long clothing, repellent ...) and see immediately if symptoms They should avoid unprotected sex for the duration of pregnancy. The same epidemic phase Prevention Measures Individual preventive measures are the best way to fight against the spread of the disease. They remain the same in epidemic phase and you can view them here:

                      http://www.guadeloupe.pref.gouv.fr/A...-etre-recrutes
                      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                      -Nelson Mandela

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Source: Point au 12 mai 2016. (pdf- 1,34 Mo)

                        Translation Google

                        Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
                        epidemiological Situation
                        epidemiologically 12 May 2016 - No. 18/2016
                        ...
                        | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |


                        ...
                        Since the emergence, the number of clinically suggestive cases seen in general practice total 3885 estimated cases.
                        ...
                        Surveillance for complications associated with infection by Zika

                        Since the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe, 29 pregnant women had laboratory confirmation, 11 new women
                        Pregnant identified this week. This figure is the cumulative number, since the emergence of the virus, pregnant women
                        having contracted the infection and some have already given birth.

                        Meanwhile, any complication occurring brain in the fetus of a mother infected with the virus is identified by the
                        monitoring device and to date none was detected.

                        On neurological complications, no Guillain-Barre syndrome has been reported, only a myelitis was identified
                        in a person whose infection was confirmed by laboratory tests.
                        ...
                        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                        -Nelson Mandela

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Translation Google

                          Source: Point au 19 mai 2016. (pdf- 1,34 Mo)
                          Emergence of Zika virus in the Caribbean Guyana
                          epidemiological Situation
                          epidemiologically 19 May 2016 - No. 19/2016
                          ...
                          | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |
                          ...
                          . Since the emergence, the cumulative number of clinically suggestive cases is estimated at 5025.
                          ...
                          Surveillance for complications associated with infection by Zika

                          Since the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe, 40 pregnant women had laboratory confirmation, 11 new women

                          Pregnant identified this week. This figure is the cumulative number, since the emergence of the virus, pregnant women
                          having contracted the infection and some have already given birth.

                          Meanwhile, any complication occurring brain in the fetus of a mother infected with the virus is identified by the
                          monitoring device and to date none was detected.

                          Concerning neurological complications, four patients with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) were detected
                          by the monitoring system since January 2016 without the infection of Zika being confirmed to date
                          for none of them. However, another severe neurological form (myelitis) was biologically confirmed for
                          Zika virus.
                          ...
                          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                          -Nelson Mandela

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Source: Point au 2 juin 2016. (pdf- 1,24 Mo)

                            Trnaslation Google

                            Emergence
                            Zika the Caribbean Guyana
                            epidemiological Situation
                            epidemiologically 2 June 2016 - No. 21/2016
                            ...
                            current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |

                            ...
                            Since the emergence, the cumulative number of clinically suggestive cases is estimated at 7,830.
                            ...
                            Surveillance for complications associated with infection by Zika

                            Since the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe, 52 women
                            pregnant
                            had laboratory confirmation, or 2 new
                            pregnant women identified this week. This figure is the
                            cumulative number, since the emergence of the virus, of pregnant women
                            who contracted the infection and some already gave
                            birth.

                            Meanwhile, any complication occurring in the brain
                            fetus of a mother infected with the virus is identified by the
                            monitoring device and to date none was detected.

                            On neurological complications, five patients
                            suffering from Guillain-Barré syndrom
                            e (GBS) were
                            detected by the monitoring system since January 2016
                            without infection Zika virus has been confirmed
                            to date for any of them. In contrast, the infection
                            confirmed two cases other neurological forms
                            severe.
                            "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                            -Nelson Mandela

                            Comment


                            • #15
                              Source: Point au 16 juin 2016. (pdf- 265,58 Ko)

                              Translation Google

                              Emergence
                              Zika the Caribbean Guyana
                              epidemiological Situation
                              epidemiological point of 16 June 2016 - No. 23/2016
                              ...

                              | current epidemiological situation in Guadeloupe |


                              ...
                              Since the emergence, the cumulative number of cases
                              clinically suggestive is estimated at 13,030.
                              ...
                              Since the emergence of Zika in Guadeloupe, 106 women
                              pregnant had laboratory confirmation, 20
                              new pregnant women identified this week. This
                              figure is the cumulative number, since the emergence of the virus,
                              of pregnant women with the infection and some
                              have given birth.

                              On neurological complications, four patients
                              suffering from Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) were
                              detected by the monitoring system since January 2016
                              without infection Zika virus has been confirmed
                              to date for any of them. However, for four
                              had another severe neurological form, infection
                              was confirmed.

                              A biologically confirmed patient to the Zika virus
                              died without the responsibility of infection in
                              occurrence of this death could not be formally established.
                              "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                              -Nelson Mandela

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