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In southern Rosario, seven cases of indigenous denia have been confirmed

The municipal secretary of health confirmed on Tuesday the presence of seven indigenous dengue fever in the southern part of Rosaria.

Leonardo Caruana, the owner of the area, confirmed De 12 to 14 (El Tres) that "last week they had people with similar flu-like conditions and strong muscular pains behind their eyes and head, without cough or colds, and the final diagnosis is dengue-free history travel ". t

Patients are "young and underprivileged, with intense symptoms, but all developed favorably, some had to advise hospitals in the south."

"We had a year of intense heat and a lot of rain. We have more than five regions with autochthonous dengue fever circulation. Vectors and mosquitoes exist in the city since 2009 and we are working to prevent this disease, "Caruan continued.

The Health Secretary stated that the municipality intervened for apples with a special protocol and with "three basic interventions: a quest for febrile and study, refusing and fumigating in homes".

"In all neighborhoods"

The officer warned that "aedes aegypti in all quarters". That's why he insisted that people should be dismissed because the mosquito "does not live on pastures or lawns, but wants to live in clean water, especially in the yard." It can be from a watertight cover to a bottle lid.

"This is a good summer for the disease and the country is also circulating," Caruana admitted.

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