Tourist Warning for Dengue outbreak in areas of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia

Posted on January 22, 2013 • Filed under: Bolivia, Brazil, Latin America Health, Paraguay, TRAVEL

For the dengue epidemic in neighboring countries, Argentina prevention extreme reported that the Ministry of Health warned tourists who plan to travel to countries Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia take extra preventive measures against the disease so far this year and caused 317 deaths. The Ministry of Health warned tourists planning to travel to neighboring countries that should take extra measures to prevent dengue disease so far this year and caused 317 deaths in Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia. The health portfolio indicated that every 3 or 5 years and the current outbreaks arise and recalled that the last was in 2009. Today, with over 750,000 cases of dengue and 317 deaths in neighboring countries, the authorities advised travelers to use repellents permanent and immediate consultation to the doctor in case of fever. Read Article

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