This Thursday, the Department of Health confirmed three more deaths from dengue fever in Joinville. Since the beginning of this year, 16 people have died due to complications caused by the disease.
Confirmation was made after an epidemiological investigation of the deaths that occurred on May 22 and 26. They are three men, a 64-year-old from the Espinheiros neighborhood, a 72-year-old from the Comasa neighborhood, and a 74-year-old from the Costa e Silva neighborhood. They all attended the units of the public network.
Since the beginning of this year, Joinville has confirmed 13,100 cases of dengue, in addition to identifying 9,900 outbreaks of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The neighborhoods with the most confirmed cases are Costa e Silva, Ererich, Comasa, Jardim Ererich and Aventureiro.
On .’s website Joinville City Hall It is possible to follow up-to-date data on the disease in Joinville, including details of confirmed cases by age and location. It is also possible to visualize the location of the mosquito infestation drawn by the Environmental Monitoring Team.
Report an outbreak online
To facilitate communication between the community and the Environmental Monitoring Team, Joinville City Hall has launched the “Report an Outbreak of Dengue” function in the Joinville Fácil app.
With this new tool, Joinville residents can collaborate with the action of agents that fight endemic diseases by pointing out points that serve as breeding grounds for Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.
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