It's about a neighbor of Villa Cabello. The diagnosis was confirmed by Jorge Gutiérrez, Director of the Epidemiological Surveillance Authority of the Ministry of Public Health. In total there are 82 confirmed cases of ditches in the province, a few others are under study and more than 600 are removed.
Jorge Gutiérrez on Radio Libertad.
Jorge Gutiérrez, Director of the Epidemiological Surveillance of the Ministry of Public Health of Misiones, said in Radio Libertad that there were 82 confirmed cases of dengue in the province: 8 of them DEN 4 and 74 DEN 1.
About the case of DEN 4 diagnosed with a person living in Posadas, said it was classified as imported because the patient was in the office of Itapua, Paraguay, where there are many infected.
The doctor explains that men should be alert if they present a violent picture of decay and pain in the body. He insisted that they should not self-medicate and that they should consult the doctor without losing time.
Diagnosed with Den 4 on the cabin of Villa Cabelo, he said he was an outpatient who received the medication and recovered in his home.
Also the special recalled that there are four serotypes of the dengue virus: 1,2,3 and 4. The first time a person is infected by any of the four viruses, he has the classic dengue. He will never be bothered again by the same virus, but he is still exposed to other serotypes.
If the person was bitten again by a mosquito carrying one of the three remaining viruses, he or she could suffer from hemorrhagic dengue.
How to fight it?
To delete it, it is necessary to eliminate mosquito breathing sites so that the following should be done:
Keep all well-kept containers under water for domestic use.
Fill the holes in trees, walls and walls with cement.
Remove standing water from containers, puddles, building blocks and other objects.
Replace water or soil the water from vases and pots at home, work places, study centers and cements.
Drill holes in the rims of playgrounds so that water does not accumulate.
Bury all kinds of garbage: shells, containers, tires or other objects that can store water.
Fill unused septic tanks, unused drains, and abandoned latrines with earth.