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The fight against Aedes mosquitoes in Uberlândia gets reinforced during the weekend

The Uberlândia municipality reinforces the fight against mosquitoes Aedes aegypti with action that is also developing on Saturday. Yesterday, more than 20 agents from the Zoos Control Center (CCZ) went through the neighborhood of President Roosevelt during the afternoon to visit real estate that was found closed during routine visits during the week.

The "Purchase Action" action will always take place on Saturdays, 12h to 18h. The duration and definition of the following settlements will be based on a survey conducted by the CCZ. According to José Humberto Arruda, coordinator of Dengue Control Program, about 30% of Roosevelt's households were closed during routine visits. "We decided to do more to increase the efficiency of our work. We want to avoid new epidemics and we rely on the community to receive the agents," he said.

For the security of the population, servers are always uniformed with identification badges. If you have any questions, just call 3213-1470, who will work throughout the action.

The latest epidemiological bulletin released last week by the Mines Gerais State Health Department (SES-MG) has shown that Uberlândia has reported 16 deaths from the Dengue this year. The municipality continues with a very high incidence of illness, with just over 5,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. In addition, there are 34,732 suspected cases in the city.

The bulletin also contains information on suspected cases of zik and chikungun fever. Uberlândia has 32 probable cases, increasing one of the latest newsletters. Out of that, 19 happened with pregnant patients. Probable cases of chikungunya did not jump from 42 to 46 in the municipality.

The Uberlândia Municipality is seeking population co-operation in connection with herbal dishes, refrigerators, air humidifiers, air conditioners, water filters and return bottles, some of the places with the most common messengers of transmitters who found endemic residences.

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