Argentina: Health official warns to remain alert for dengue with increased travel

Posted on December 21, 2011 • Filed under: Argentina, Latin America Health, TRAVEL

“The arrival of the Christmas and New Year and summer vacations have important migrations of people from one place to another. So, we must be vigilant now more than ever, “warned his peers provincial Minister of Health of the Nation, Juan Manzur, during the opening of the last meeting of the Federal Health Council (COFESA).

“We do not have circulation of dengue, but it’s likely to happen,” he said the owner of the national health portfolio, while stating that “the world became smaller. In twelve hours we are on another continent and there are diseases whose incubation period is 3 to 4 days. Therefore, a person can go to a country being healthy, then sick. ” Read Article

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