The City of Joeville, in northern Santa Catarina, sent letters to real estate agents in the municipality to help combat mosquito outbreaks that cause dengue. The instructions must be handed over to the owners to take care of even the hiring of houses that are free.
The city registers the largest number in 2019 Aedes aegypti of the state, 1.8 thousand according to the latest bulletin of the Dive-SC Directorate. There were three cases of autochthonous dengue, i. agreed in Joeyville, and 11 cases filed.
Among the recommendations, the mayoralty urges real estate to be kept clean, especially those with pools. The Environmental Monitoring Service also cleans abandoned houses and land.
The areas considered to be infected are Boa Vista, Ithaum, Fatima, Bukarest, Guanabara, Jaribatuba, Floresta and Jardim Sofia.
Disease caused by Aedes aegypti
The number of dengue cases in Santa Catarina reached 949, according to Dive-SC in a news release published June 6. The majority was negotiated in the country itself, half in Ittapema, on the North Coast. The city lives in an epidemic setting of the disease.
The number of cases of chikungunya fever has also increased to 10. There are no patients with the zika virus in Santa Catarina. The three diseases are transmitted by the mosquito Aedes aegypti.
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