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Authorities confirm a case of dengue local transfer in Miami


Miami, November 19 (EFEUSA) .- Today, Florida state health authorities found that a locally contracted dengue case was discovered in the Miami-Dade County without identifying where it has registered or who is the person affected .

The Miami-Dade office of the Florida Department of Health announced a press release where the case is reported and the implementation of an anti-mosquito protocol in the area where it was produced in conjunction with the # 39; covers control of those insect transmitters of diseases.

The statement reminds residents of the county and visitors of the need to take precautions to limit exposure to mosquitoes and pulp and a series of measures are outlined to that effect.

Dengue fever is a viral disease that is transmitted by Aedes aegypti and other mosquitoes and is characteristic of tropical or subtropical areas. In its most severe variety, dengue hemorrhagic, it can cause death.

Mosquitoes transfer other diseases such as Zika. In 2016, there was a local Zika transfer case in Florida, the first to be registered in the United States, with hundreds of cases.

The Florida Department of Health continues to carry out surveillance across the country of diseases that are transported with mosquitoes such as West Nile virus, eastern equine encephalitis, encephalitis St. Louis, malaria, chinkunguña to dengue.

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