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Epidemiological AlertsDuring the first semester of 2010, the epidemiological situation of dengue in the Region has displayed unstable behavior, with intense outbreaks of dengue in various countries of the Region. The climatological conditions have remained favorable for the proliferation of the Aedes aegypti mosquito – its transmitting agent – while certain unusual alterations have been observed in its seasonality, where, since the beginning of the year, Central American countries and Caribbean islands have been affected during periods that are considered unusual.

icon Epidemiological Alert: Update on Dengue Outbreaks in the Americas (8 September 2010)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 September 2010 11:23

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