In a follow-up on the locally-acquired dengue fever cases in metropolitan France, Public Health France reports 57 indigenous cases of dengue as of September 26, 2022.
In the Occitania region :
- In the Pyrénées Orientales, in Perpignan, an indigenous case of dengue whose symptoms had started in mid-June. No other cases have since been identified and this episode is closed.
- In the Hautes Pyrénées, an outbreak of 4 cases in the municipalities of Andrest (3 cases) and Rabastens (1 case), the symptoms of which began between mid-July and the end of August.
- In Haute-Garonne at Salvetat Saint Gilles , an outbreak of 4 cases of dengue fever occurred in the same household, the symptoms of which began in the last fortnight of August
- In the Tarn et Garonne, 1 case probably infected during a stay in Montauban at the end of August
- Find out more: Consult the epidemiological point dedicated to arboviruses in the Occitanie region and the press release from the Tarn et Garonne prefecture.
In the Paca region :
- In the Var, in Fayence, an outbreak of 7 cases of dengue whose symptoms began between the end of June and the end of July. This episode is closed.
- In the Alpes Maritimes , an outbreak of 32 cases identified on September 26 in the neighboring municipalities of Saint Jeannet (20 cases), Gattières (11 cases) and Gaude (1 case). Symptoms started between early August and mid-September. This outbreak is ongoing and other cases will likely be identified.
- A focus of 8 cases identified on September 26 in the town of Saint Laurent du Var. Symptoms started between mid-August and mid-September. This outbreak is ongoing and other cases will likely be identified.
- These 2 outbreaks are distinct because they are due to viruses of different serotypes.
- Find out more: Consult the epidemiological update for the PACA region and the ARS PACA press release
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