Dengue outbreak Yucatan, Mexico

Posted on October 22, 2012 • Filed under: Latin America Health, Mexico, TRAVEL reported that October 10 we reported that the National Center for Epidemiological Surveillance and Disease Control (Cenavece) reported Yucatan and Chiapas are among the four states with the highest incidence of dengue.

In its weekly report, the instance dependent federal Health Ministry explained that in EW 40, the state with the highest incidence is Veracruz, in 7000 503 cases, followed by Yucatan, with 3000 810; Chiapas, 2000 854 and Guerrero, with 2 000 706.

Overall, the Cenavece reported in EW baseline were reported in the country 30 000 174 cases of dengue, of which 10 000 514 are of conventional type and 19 000 660 bleeding.

He said Veracruz, Yucatan, Chiapas and Guerrero account for 56% of total registered cases of vector-borne disease this year. Read Article

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