The nation's health ministry warned that there is a viral cycle of the disease in Santa Fe, Salta, Misiones and Formosa. There are 28 autochthonous and 7 cases with trip travel. Yellow fever is also concerned about cases in Brazil.
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The National Department of Epidemiology has warned that there is a viral flow of dengue in the country and has sent an epidemiological alert to 28 autochthonous cases confirmed so far in Santa Fe, Salta, Formosa and the Mississauga. The national health system has also raised its vigilance against yellow fever in cases of Brazilian states of Sao Paulo and Paraná (the virus has also been detected in monkeys in the jungle areas of the state of Santa Caterina).
"Health teams are required to increase epidemiological surveillance of cases and raise awareness of the clinical suspicion of other dengue and arbovirus, including yellow fever, in people at risk," the statement said.
The latest epidemiological update on the health portfolio, which does not include Updated that the Santa Fe Health Ministry did it on Thursday, Notes that there is a local transmission of Dangi Serotype 1 (DEN-1) in the city of Santa Fe and in the localities of Salta and Oran and Tartagal. "There are also isolated DNA cases of Dengue Dano-1 in Puerto Iisiones, in Buenos Aires, and in Ingeniero and Varese (Formosa)," the report said.
Overall there are 28 confirmed cases that do not record travel history. In addition, there are 7 cases of dengue positive in people who travel to areas where endemic disease, such as Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia. The Health Ministry reported that there were no cases of other erboviruses (viruses that transmit arthropods, such as mosquitoes), which produce diseases such as affinity and coconucleosis.
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The US Health Organization (PAHO) has warned that Brazil is going through the seasonal period of increased yellow fever transmission. "The expansion of the historic area of yellow fever transmission to previously considered areas without risk caused two transmission waves: the first 2016-2017, with 778 cases in humans (262 deaths) and the second in 2017-2018, with 1,376 cases of people (483 deaths) , "Said the nation's Health Ministry.
(9 cases), Jacupiranga (1 case), Iporanga (one case) and Cananeia (one case), all are in the south of the State of Sao Paulo, most of them Rural workers. Secretary of Health of Paraná State reported that tests carried out on dead monkeys in Antonina, on the coast of Paraná, were also positive for yellow fever.
"These cases, as well as the confirmation of viral flow in the state of Paraná and some apesotope suspicions in monkeys near our border (not confirmed), sign the beginning of what could be a third wave and the advance of the eruption towards the south and east of the country.This situation poses an increased risk to the border areas in Argentina, Mainly in the Misiones and Corrientes regions, which share similar ecological ecophidological conditions and trips to Brazil that have not been vaccinated, "the Health Ministry said.
People who travel to regions of Brazil where cases have been reported (for example, in the coastal area of Rio de Janeiro, particularly Angara dos Reis, for example, and San Pablo's), should be vaccinated. The national immunization schedule includes a dose of vaccination for boys and girls of 18 months living in the province of Misiones and Formosa and several departments of Corrientes, Chaco, Salta and Jujuy, with reinforcement at the age of 11. The vaccine should be implemented 10 days before the departure date and one sufficient dose to protect yourself along All your life. In the case of travelers, vaccination must be indicated by the doctor separately according to the actual risk of infection in the area being visited and personal conditions.
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The District Director of the Promotion and Prevention of Health of Santa Fe, Julio Befani, confirmed to Litoral that new tests to be performed in the players of Columbus would be key to confirm or rule out the disease. Yesterday, the Ministry of Health reported that the first surgery was a negative result but it usually happens that patients affected by dengue take a few days, about five, to produce the antibodies identified by laboratory tests. Therefore the second blood sample is so important that it must be done in accordance with the protocol established by the National Secretariat of Health.