Parliamentarians discussed the diseases caused by mosquitos in Croatia
Councilor Dr. Lívio (PSDB) used the morning discussion of City Hall to warn of the possible epidemic of mosquitoes caused by mosquitoes Aedes aegypti this summer.
According to the parliamentary outbreak of the dengue, chikunguny and zika are on the verge of events. "The fact is that we will have a new severe epidemic of these diseases in the next year.The LIRA (Rapid Index Survey for Aedes aegypti) has shown that out of 69 health units only eight have low risk of infection, which means that 88.4% are at risk and high risk. "
Lack of support for providing health care in the event of an outbreak caused a call for joint efforts by spheres to go through an epidemic with the lowest possible mortality rate. "Write what I say: people will die next year," he warned.
Lívio has collected from the City Hall the action that this year approved by the Law on Health Care Houses. "We give incentives and we want this to happen." In addition, he increased the call to prevent chaos. "If you are missing a litter, as you are reported, you should prepare the serum, blood, acetaminophen and the mattress to avoid the worst. We are on the same ship and the Minister of Health, Mandetta, will strengthen the efforts of the Union, the state and the municipalities."
Leishmanijaz, caused by spotty mosquitos, was also the subject of debate in the legislative authority. Veterinary Adviser Francisco (PSB) has requested training of a public nursing physician to diagnose illness within a 20-year medical certificate that circulates in the capital.
"There is no molecule that can fight protozoa. We will have leishmaniasis to look at grandchildren," he pointed out. From 2010 to today, 50 people have died due to illness and have difficulties with diagnosis in the act of counseling. "We will hire experts to stop the diagnosis of any other disease."