Thursday , October 6 2022

Minas Gerais has 25,500 fair cases of fraud in 2018 – General


Compared to the last survey, published on the last day 22, there has been an increase of 642 diagnoses (photo: Keith Hayes / US Marine Corps)

The government of Minas Gerais, through the Sade State Department (SES), has issued a new bullet of diseases associated with the mosquito Aedes aegypti. In the recent survey, the folder emphasizes that the state contains 25,559 fair cases of fraud, with eight positive bites and 11 others being investigated. October (1,066) represented the highest number of cases registered in the state since June.

Compared to the last survey, published on the last day 22, there has been an increase of 642 diagnoses. Three cities are currently concerned about the portfolio, as there are a number of likely cases of dengue wounds in excess of 100 cases per 100,000 residents during the last four weeks of epidemiological. Here are: Mamonas (317.03), Mato Verde (225.7) to Botumirim (152.91), all in the north of the state.

The eight deaths of dengue occurred in 2018 to date in the following municipalities: Arajos (Center-West), Arcos (Center-West), Conceio do Par (Mid West), Contagem (Metropolitana), Ituiutaba (Tringulo) Lagoa da Prata (Center-West), Moema (Center-West) and Uberaba (Tringulo).

Zika Vrus to chikungunya

Aedes aegypti mosquitoes also cause a chikungunya fever 11,785 likely cases in the state, with only one bit In the past four weeks inspected (09/23/2018 to 10/20/2018), Minas did not present any borough with common, high or very high cases of likely cases of chikungunya.

According to the second survey, there are 36 boroughs in low cases and 817 with no registration. Last year there were 16,320 likely cases of the disease.

As for zika virus, there are 166 likely cases in the year. Zika was diagnosed in 65 cities, in which 27 pregnant women were diagnosed, such as Ipatinga (eight pregnant women), Coronel Fabriciano (seven), Belo Horizonte (five), Janaba and Uberlndia (four pregnant women).

All the data presented in this article is based on epidemiological bulletins 113, of the Sade of Minas Gerais State Secretariat (SES / MG).

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