Dengue cases increase in Acapulco
In the state of Guerrero, dengue cases have increased in recent days, the Ministry of Health has a record of 1,876 cases, of which 512 correspond to the port of Acapulco and it is one of the most common causes of medical attention in the modules of the Ministry of Health.
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To date, there is an official record of seven deaths due to dengue, of which they are located in Acapulco, Tierra Caliente, the North zone, the Center, and Costa Chica. Of the people who died from dengue, four are men and three are women.
At this moment, the debris scattered throughout the streets of Acapulco, added to the tons of accumulated garbage and puddles are ideal places for mosquito breeding.
Although since May, when the rains began, people from the popular neighborhoods asked the authorities of the state Health Secretariat to fumigate and clean pots, the authorities responded that the work systems have changed and are no longer It fumigates as before and does not distribute abatement to the water tanks.
In addition, although many people present all the symptoms, it is only until they are tested that they become confirmed cases and many obstacles are presented to them in order to have access to the test.
According to the official report of the Ministry of Health in Guerrero, there are 512 cases of both serious and non-serious dengue in Acapulco; the northern zone has 406 cases; the Central 388 area.
While the mountain region reports 158 cases of severe and non-severe dengue, Costa Grande 85 cases; and the Costa Chica with 311 cases of dengue.
Of the 1,876 cases of dengue, 56 percent are reported by the Ministry of Health, 677 by the IMSS, 104 by the ISSSTE; 25 cases by the Sedena and 14 cases by the Navy.
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