The Sanitary Surveillance Center of the Health Department of Camaquã published, this Friday (18), the main outbreaks of dengue mosquitoes in Camaquã. The areas most at risk were identified by the Epidemiological Bulletin 1/2022 which presented the situation of entomological surveillance of Aedes aegypti, as well as the epidemiological situation of dengue fever, chikungunya fever and the zika virus.
In 2018, 7 positive samples were identified for Aedes Aegypti, 06 in 2019, 14 in 2020 and 20 in 2021. In 2022, at the end of February, 10 addresses were identified with a focus on the vector, being them in the Centro neighborhoods, Viegas and Dona Teresa.
The state ended 2021 with 16,057 suspected dengue cases. There have been 10,156 confirmed cases, of which 9,806 are indigenous, 5,566 others have been ruled out and 58 are still awaiting investigation. RS recorded 11 dengue deaths in 2021.
Through the epidemiological bulletin of February 19, 2022, the Department of Health of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, through the State Center for Health Surveillance (CEVS/RS), announced that the Rio Grande do Sul recorded, until Epidemiological Week (SE 06), 444 suspected cases of dengue fever. Of the registered cases, 97 have been dismissed and 212 are still pending investigation.
As in the rest of the country, autochthonous dengue cases recorded in RS in 2022 had classic symptoms, with a prevalence of headache, myalgia and fever in most cases.
The Health Monitoring Center asks for the cooperation of residents so that they do not leave stagnant water in the patios and residences so that there is no proliferation of mosquitoes.