According to the Honduras Ministry of Health, a total of 7,264 cases of dengue have been recorded: classified as non-severe dengue 7,123 cases and 145 cases of severe dengue.
Comparing the number of accumulated cases up to epidemiological week 23 of 2022 with 7,123 cases, compared to the same date in 2021 with 3,786 cases, an increase of 3,337 cases.
To date, four dengue related deaths have been reported.
The regions with the highest incidence of non-severe dengue cases are: Metropolitan Central District, Choluteca, Yoro, El Paraíso, Cortés, Metropolitan San Pedro Sula, Olancho and Atlántida.
While the sectors with the highest accumulated cases of severe dengue are: El Paraíso, Metropolitan of the Central District, Metropolitan of San Pedro Sula, Choluteca, Yoro, Cortés, Atlántida and Olancho.
The health ministry has also reported 24 cases of chikungunya and 10 cases of Zika in 2022 to date.
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