A patient who was admitted to the Samuel-Pozzi hospital in Bergerac between June 14 and June 19 was found to be infected with dengue fever. according to, mosquito control operation in the hospital district will be implemented early Tuesday, July 2ndBetween 5 and 6 hours, entomological research confirms the presence of a tigers mosquito, a potential vector of the virus.
The person would be contaminated during their stay in Africa, according to our information. The protocol of the ministerial plan for the anti-dissemination of chikungunya, dengue and zika imposes treatment of the elimination of tiger mosquitoes.
According to a report by the Regional Health Agency, Prefect and Department of the Dordogne, a team from the Intermediate Bureau of Meadows (EID) of the Mediterranean will intervene on Tuesday morning, "The aim is to eliminate mosquitoes present in places where dengue fever is present, to avoid the risk of spreading the virus, assuming they are contaminated with the intrusion of that person."
It is the passage of the vehicle and, for more targeted treatments, on foot and with portable devices that will spray insecticide, including the Albert-Calmette boudoir in the hospital and the streets of Joachim-du-Bellay and Ambroise-Paré.
"The deltamethrin used in these treatments is dispersed at 1 gram per hectare, which is a very low dose," the statement said. "This treatment, which is applied in a very limited space, is a perfectly controlled intervention does not pose any particular danger, depending on the compliance with the instructions which are passed on and distributed to residents living in the area concerned ".
"Go home and close the windows with a view of the public road and keep them closed for one hour", "do not stay close to the machine", "bring laundry, toys or food that will be found outside", "remove or restore animals (dogs, cats …) and protect their bowl "," wait three days to consume, after they have washed them, vegetables and fruit from the garden "are recommendations during the work of spray.