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The dengue epidemiological bulletin, released by the State Department of Health (Sesa) this Tuesday (April 18), confirms 3,714 more cases of the disease in Paraná. The report reveals that 310 municipalities had confirmed cases and 253 registered autochthonous, when the disease is contracted in the city of residence.


According to the Arboviruses Report, which corresponds to the seasonal period of the disease that started on July 31, 2022, the State has 12 deaths, with 21,406 confirmed cases and 140,570 notifications. More than 56,000 cases have already been discarded.

The Aedes aegypti mosquito is also responsible, in addition to dengue, for the transmission of zika and chikungunya. During this period, there were no confirmed cases of Zika.

Chikungunya in Paraná accounts 187 confirmed cases of the disease, of which 116 were indigenous.

Sesa has carried out several actions and investments to combat these diseases, in addition to monitoring the entire evolution of the epidemiological period and promoting awareness in the State.

“We reinforce that care must continue, with the contribution of the population to prevent the proliferation of the mosquito. Our teams spare no efforts to control these diseases”, warned the Secretary of State for Health, Beto Preto.


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