The Paraná state government reported an additional 1,678 more dengue fever cases in the state, according to the weekly dengue bulletin published on Tuesday by the State Department of Health.
This brings the totals to 33,629 suspected cases, with 4,489 confirmations for the seasonal which started on August 1.
So far, 345 municipalities have registered dengue notifications. Of these, 210 confirmed the disease, and 165 municipalities registered local transmission (dengue was contracted in the municipality of residence).
Historically, March, April and May are the months in which the highest numbers of dengue cases are recorded in Paraná.
“We need the attention of society to observe their home, remove the breeding site and take care of their backyard, their neighborhood, their city”, highlighted the Coordinator of Environmental Surveillance at Sesa, Ivana Belmonte.
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