The town hall is carrying out a new investigation on Aedes aegypti in São Leopoldo – Region

The cold period reduces the proliferation of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits dengue fever, the zika virus and chikungunya fever. However, precautions should be maintained to avoid hatching with the return of heat. The mosquito egg is extremely durable and can last for over a year. Therefore, the work of the town hall continues … Read more

16 deaths in less than a month

In Ceará, the number of dead by chikungunya jumped from 11 to 16 between epidemiological weeks 20 and 23, which corresponds to the interval from May 21 to June 13. The scenario also represents a 45% increase in the number of deaths from the disease in the state. The information comes from latest report of … Read more

Dengue fever worries neighbors of an abandoned mall in Araraquara

Residents and shopkeepers around the old mall complain of abandonment and dengue cases (Photo: Milton Filho/ acidade on) Dengue fever worries residents and traders around the former Tropical shopping center in Vila Suconasa, south of Araraquara. The building has been abandoned for 15 years. Since the end of the activities, the place has become the … Read more

Dengue fever advances concerns about mosquitoes’ adaptation to cold – Rio Grande do Sul

A study from the University of Florida in the United States shows that mosquitoes can adapt to rapid changes in temperature. The US research points out that species normally dormant during winter, such as Aedes aegypti, which transmits dengue fever, are becoming more active due to climate change. Climate and environmental changes contribute to the … Read more

Dengue fever advances concerns about mosquitoes’ adaptation to cold – Rio Grande do Sul

A study from the University of Florida in the United States shows that mosquitoes can adapt to rapid changes in temperature. The US research points out that species normally dormant during winter, such as Aedes aegypti, which transmits dengue fever, are becoming more active due to climate change. Climate and environmental changes contribute to the … Read more

Dengue fever advances concerns about mosquitoes’ adaptation to cold – Rio Grande do Sul

A study from the University of Florida in the United States shows that mosquitoes can adapt to rapid changes in temperature. The US research points out that species normally dormant during winter, such as Aedes aegypti, which transmits dengue fever, are becoming more active due to climate change. Climate and environmental changes contribute to the … Read more

Town Hall of Hortolandia – Hortolândia resumes educational conferences in municipal schools on Aedes aegypti in the 2nd semester

Public schools, private institutions, associations, entities and churches can also request and schedule the activity with UVZ Information is an effective weapon in the fight against Aedes aegypti, which transmits diseases such as Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika. This is why the town hall of Hortolândia resumes, in August, the educational conferences on the subject in … Read more

New dengue strain detected in Brazil could increase severe cases

JN / Agencies Yesterday at 08:35 A new strain of dengue fever has been detected in Brazil, which is currently dealing with an outbreak of the disease, which can be worrying because a second infection with a new strain can have more serious effects, an expert has explained. “The situation in Brazil is an epidemiologically … Read more

Find out which are the eight districts of Campo Grande with a high incidence of dengue fever

You have to be careful with dengue – (Photo: Disclosure) Eight districts and plots of Campo Grande have rates considered very high, according to the notification map of the Coordination for the Control of Endemic Vector-borne Diseases (CCEV), referring to weeks 15 to 18. They are: Nova Lima, Novos Estados , Chácara dos Poderes, Northwest, … Read more

Dengue outbreak worst in decade in DF and five states

Aedes aegypti mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria, at the Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, in Rio de Janeiro, in 2014 (Photo: Reproduction / Christophe Simon) In addition to having already exceeded the number of cases recorded throughout last year in just four months, the current dengue epidemic in Brazil shows the arrival of the Aedes aegypti mosquito … Read more